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  1. Most of you are likely aware of the flooding in Waverly TN this weekend. You might not be aware that we had a knife maker there in Waverly. Mark Kee owned a pawn/gun shop in town and made knives on the side. He, his wife and his mother-in-law were initially reported missing. Kim and her mother were found yesterday and Kim has been in the hospital. Mark’s body was found this morning. We lost a great man and friend. Please remember Mark, his family and all of those in Waverly in your prayers.
  2. https://tennesseefirearms.com/2021/04/bill-lees-hallmark-2nd-amendment-legislation/
  3. Signed today. TFA says that they are waiting on the AG opinions on a few matters but that's about specifics details and not overalll legality.
  4. This can't be stated enough. I haven't lost a thing. I won't be giving up anything and I won't be going to jail. Whatever happens from here is not decided by me but I will certainly be the one to decide how it is going to end.
  5. MP5 touched on the fender. The 70's enduro bikes had high mounted fenders. They were also smaller engines. The jug in that picture looks huge compared to the 100s and 125s of the 70s. It's almost definitely a Honda but I just figure out what model.
  6. I wish I could figure out what kind of bike that is.
  7. @Chucktshoesnext vehicle purchase...
  8. Coenders Machine Gun. https://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2017/11/14/forgotten-firearms-august-coenders/
  9. That's Leaspeed6. She loves me.
  10. Your second image show the Senate vote. "Floor vote : as amended." So you need to go to the senate version and click on the amendments tab. There are two. Amendment one was passed and amendment two was tabled. If you click on Amendment One, you will see the language that I quoted above.
  11. It's not Constitutional Carry but Permitless Carry. But you aren't wrong.
  12. I'm well aware of what passed. And it wasn't just the Senate version but the Senate version AS AMENDED. And the Senate version as amended contained the language "lawfully present."
  13. True constitutional carry would be anyone can carry any gun anywhere. This bill allows people over 21 to carry a handgun in some places.
  14. hmm. Im curious what mountain of personal information you think they don't ALREADY have!
  15. First off, NO ONE ever said that this should be mandatory. Additionally, if you read my posts on this subject, I've specifically mentioned funding this OUTSIDE of tax revenue. I, personally, am against adding any type of firearms curriculum to public school. First, thats just tax payer funded. Secondly, our public schools are full up with pretty liberal types. Are they the ones that you want teaching kids about firearms? You also seem to be focused on safety. But a program like this could have additional benefits. A lot of people never have an opportunity to be around guns in a safe environment. Free training courses that can remove some stigma surrounding guns and ease some concerns could be a major boon for our pro second amendment fights in the future. If people who are on the fence or completely ignorant get a little taste, even if they don't want to pursue it further, they could end up bending to our side and becoming allies. A program like this could have far reaching effects and strengthen our stance for decades to come. Now having said all of that, you seem incredibly upset over something that is, at this point, fictional.
  16. Rob, with the language that passed, you will be able to carry as long as you lawfully possess the handgun and and are in a place that you are "lawfully present." There are exclusions as to where you can carry without having a permit. My suggestion is give this a few months and handgunlaw.us should have a pretty good outline of what you can do.
  17. I have some ideas on funding that don't require any tax dollars but I won't share those until I can research farther and speak with some politicians.
  18. I'm no lawyer, but I don't think it's necessary. I believe that those parts of the code justify the use of force, up to and including deadly force, rather than making a distinction.
  19. Antonio Parkinson is actually my representative and I fully intend to contact him and see what we can put together. The sticking point for me is going to be where the money comes from. I support a system like this but financing is going to be my big yay or nay point. I'm anxious to see what Representative Parkinson and I can come up with, assuming that he is actually willing to put this forward and wasn't just talk for the camera. If that turns out to be the case, I'll contact Representative Lamberth.
  20. This has been my stance from the get go. Rather than chastise people for what we didn't get, we take what we can and continue to fight.
  21. A person in TN that meets the requirements to get a permit, can carry legally without a permit. Some of the progress that has recently been made for permit holders, guns in parks for instance, will not extend to a permitless carrier. The fight hasn't stopped. We still have a little ways to go to get this to be true constitutional carry but this was the largest bite.
  22. You do not need to carry the original and I would advise against it. You should keep a copy, physical or digital, with you when you have your NFA item in case it is requested by an ATF agent. How often do you encounter an agent? Rarely, but better safe than sorry.
  23. For anyone interested, I put together some highlights from the video stream. These are things that I found funny or interesting. There were more but I didn't want to record the entire hour.


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