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DaveTN last won the day on January 22

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  1. DaveTN

    KIss your HCP goodbye.

    That Moron needs to go in prison. Kudos to the guy for standing up to that idiot. Although it was kind of stupid; he could have been shot.
  2. Amen Brother. Everyone that carries may find a time when they need to enter a posted business; as you know it’s not as easy as saying “Don’t do business with them.” I don’t see how this can pass when people can legally have a gun in their car, that doesn’t have an HCP. So yes, if you have to leave your gun in your locked vehicle; these idiots think the answer is “Let’s make criminals out of the victims in crime.”
  3. They probably let them out on their own recognizance because they aren’t a flight risk, live in the area, have jobs (or did), and this was a nonviolent crime. They may have traded a recognizance bond for a confession; no real reason to hold these guys. I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again; anyone that thinks you are innocent until proven guilty probably has never been cuffed and stuffed and had to try to get bond. I’ll be real surprised if these guys don’t do prison time.
  4. DaveTN

    Becoming TN HCP Instructor

    https://www.tn.gov/safety/handgunmain/hgschools.html https://www.tn.gov/content/dam/tn/safety/documents/handguninstructor.pdf
  5. https://www.alloutdoor.com/2019/02/15/men-arrested-stealing-machine-guns-silencers-shot-heres-atf-affidavit/?utm_source=Newsletter&utm_medium=Email&utm_content=2019-02-16&utm_campaign=Weekly+Newsletter My guess is that will be the case after they get out of Federal prison.
  6. Anyone that knows care to expand on what those laws are and what due process for the accused is? I don’t know what that bill is and I’m not saying I support it, but I would be willing to bet that if a family member said you threatened to kill them or yourself; if you aren’t arrested you will be committed and never see your guns again. But that's just a guess; Tennessee may have laws that protect your 2nd amendment rights after you have threatened to kill someone or yourself.
  7. Since law enforcement can already take guns without due process; I support some of these bills that lay out specifics for due process. I also support seizing guns and putting anyone in jail that threatens other people with violence. As a matter of fact those people belong in prison and would come out as convicted felons. Then any discussion about guns rights is moot. Does that make me a RINO?
  8. I agree. Love or money, unfortunately people will take lives and ruin theirs and those around them over it.
  9. Well it almost surely saw Military service, but no way to really know if it saw combat. That’s true of most any rifle of that period unless someone knows the soldier that had it. They sure are fun to research and work on. There is no lack of information on the net.
  10. DaveTN

    Revolver suggestions

    I assume this is for a range gun or home protection. You can order a new 686 for about $650 plus a transfer. A Model 66 is a stainless Model 19, but you will pay a premium for it or a 686 pre-lock. For a range/ home defense gun I’d just get a new one.
  11. I’ve been watching the circus they call a "hearing" today with Acting AG Whitaker. No one is trying to get answers or seek facts in these hearings. These are merely politicians trying to belittle and intimidate while getting their opportunity to speak their mind on TV.
  12. DaveTN

    Air Rifles

    Yes, an air rifle is not a firearm and BATF does not regulate them. But if your suppressor can be used on a firearm; it needs a tax stamp.
  13. DaveTN

    Air Rifles

    I looked into PCP awhile back. But the cost of air bottles and pumps was prohibitive. I figure at some point they will work that out.
  14. DaveTN

    Feds monitoring online gun sales

    I could be wrong, but I think you will find the laws address background information. Also, there are several states that maintain gun registries or require approval from local law enforcement. DARPA is part of the Department of Defense and I’m sure they will claim national security if anyone tries to stop or impede them. I’m sure this is a byproduct of what they do on the net. “Hey hold my beer, and watch what we can do with this program.”

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