BOSTON (CBS) – Not everyone at Boston Common on Saturday marched for more gun control.
A small group of gun rights advocates went to the "March for our Lives" gun control rally to show their support for the 2nd Amendment.
Photos: March For Our Lives Boston
The group of counter protesters, comprised of about 100 people, began the morning on the steps of the State House and soon moved onto Boston Common.
Counter protesters and opposing activists shouted at one another. Police stepped in between the groups to keep the peace.
When the counter protesters moved to Boston Common, police officers on bicycles formed a perimeter around them to prevent any potential clashes.
There were no clashes, and not a single arrest.
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