Coming out of Texas is what surprised me. I dont think it will gain any traction in Texas but there are plenty of places it will.
In the last couple years Texas has surprised me a couple times. I guess you have to consider that Houston, Dallas and Austin are going to be pretty blue.
There was a time when the state I live in ( Missouri) had New Jersey style gun laws. No carry. Ammo and firearm had to be in locked containers in separate places in your vehicle, etc.. I clearly remember trying to get my first wife to move to Texas. To me, Texas WAS America. In 2003 Missouri finally got RTC and since then we have maintained a veto proof red super majority. While Missouri marched ever forward with regards to gun rights Texas has taken a few steps back. Today Missouri gun laws make Texas look not quite New Jersey, but at least Iowa or something. You have to have a permit to open carry in Texas. Even when Missouri had no RTC laws, constitutionally we had permitless open carry and while LEO would often arrest or detain you for open carry, they lost in court every time a " Suspect" had the notion to get a lawyer and go to court. Usually a single meeting between a lawyer and a prosecutor was enough to get it thrown out since they knew they couldn't convict someone of a crime that doesn't exist. Shortly after Missouri adopted concealed carry the age limit was dropped from 23 to 19. If I'm not mistaken you have to be 21 to buy or carry any gun in Texas. Not too long after that Missouri passed constitutional carry. We have civil liability protection laws which exempt you from civil liability in a justified shooting and this year it is extremely likely we will pass the SAPA which will make it illegal for any State official or LEO to enforce any past, present or future unconstitutional gun laws, UNDER PENALTY. We will be a 2A sanctuary state and a bellweather for the country. If states can refuse to enforce federal immigration laws and marijuana laws then we can refuse to enforce unconstitutional gun laws. It's very likely to set the stage for a SCOTUS showdown with the Biden DOJ and set a precedent for the entire country.
So yeah, the "Wild, wild west, that is Texas needs to step up their game. ;-)