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About CrimsonClover

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  1. I'm OK with legal opinions LOL. I'll continue to be curious how this is handled, but I realize the odds of anyone being caught are very low. I think it's safe to assume if you just leave, there won't be a problem. And everyone who was the attitude "why go where you're not wanted" - it's not YOU that's not wanted, it's your firearm. Restaurants don't want cigarettes, so is every smoker boycotting them? Chill out.
  2. I'd like to know more about this also, from the legal point of view. Opinions are no help.
  3. Would like to start a list of non-carry restaurants and stores in the downtown Knoxville area. On Market Square, the only restaurant I saw was Tomato Head. I noticed Dazzo's on Gay St also has a sign.
  4. THANKS everybody, I only became a gun owner this year. I heard about that federal law that allows police to shoot an animal if they perceive it to be a threat (all it has to do is MOVE) therefore people are saying don't let police into your home without a warrant (if you have pets). I think for the most part most police like dogs and would never do such a thing.
  5. I feel the same as you all re: protecting my dogs which I don't consider "property." But, TN now has the castle doctrine which states you can shoot a stranger just for entering your home, correct? So that justifies protecting your property inside the house, but not outside the house? Just want to get this clear.
  6. He replied - I passed it in the House of Representatives but the senate wasn’t able to pass it on their side.
  7. Thanks, I just checked here and didn't see it https://www.billtrack50.com/LegislatorDetail/22657 I will check your link and email him if I don't see it
  8. TN law states we cannot shoot someone if they are messing with our property (dogs, car, etc) correct? So if you caught someone trying to steal your car, or another large or valuable possession, odds are they would have a gun right? So if you shot them (not to kill) you could claim self defense. If they did not have a gun, or had not made it visible, I am guessing shooting them in the foot would send us to jail? Input needed.

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