I just received my share of the $30 acceptance you just sent (actually the site gets half of what a customer pays) as well as the original acceptance.
Unfortunately, the terms of service at JustAnswer prevents an expert from exchanging personal contact information with a customer. I'm amazed tha the moderator didn't edit your phone number but expect it to disappear soon. We are not allowed to engage here in actual represention on behalf of a client.
That makes sense when you consider that a license to practice law is state-specific. Mine is a New York license and, there being a limit to how many bar exams I was willing to study and sit for, I cannot actually practice in Texas, even if JustAnswer's policy allowed me to call you.
There are expungement
and pardon lawyers who do nothing but cases involving the sealing of records and the restoration of rights. You might want to contact the Texas Bar Association's Lawyer Referral Service.
They offer a one-time, inexpensive ($20) consultation to a lawyer who would be able to help you restoring your gun rights. Since the Bar Association licenses lawyers for the state, you would at least know that anyone they referred you to would be a member of the Texas bar in good standing. There would be no obligation to continue using him after the first consulation. In the case of gun rights, this may be something that you can do for yourself and he can walk you through.
Sorry I can't take this any further for you, and good luck!