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No, just pass the back ground check and pay your money for the firearm.

I see you are a newbie here so let me Welcome you to TGO!

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12 hours ago, Amanda and Jeremy said:

Do you have to have a void card to buy a gun in Tennessee and to have in ur home ? 

 

10 hours ago, DWARREN123 said:

No, just pass the back ground check and pay your money for the firearm.

I see you are a newbie here so let me Welcome you to TGO!

Or, if you can legally own a fire arm, buy from a legal firearm owner and no back check involved. Welcome to the free state of TENNESSEE !!!

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2 hours ago, martin5 said:

More yankees

What kinda statement is that-I happen to have been a Yankee myself-20 years ago

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20 hours ago, Amanda and Jeremy said:

Do you have to have a void card to buy a gun in Tennessee and to have in ur home ? 

No, Free state. Valid ID and pass the background check, that's all you need. Walk out with your gun within a hour usually. You can carry your gun in your car loaded without a license too. If you want it on you in public you will need to get a carry permit.

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I burned my Yankee card the first week I was here. I asked a fellow that was delivering some lumber at our house how long I had to wait to start complaining about the Yankees and he asked if I had my TN drivers license and I said yes and he said feel free to start complaining. 🙂

Amanda/Jeremy if you're checking out your options feel free to ask questions, we are mostly friendly. If you have already jumped in to TN, welcome to the United States.

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Krunchnik, im southern born but the offspring of a mother from Ohio and a Father from Pennsylvania. I think it’s ok for me to make a statement like that if my parents are ok with it. LOL.

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21 hours ago, martin5 said:

Krunchnik, im southern born but the offspring of a mother from Ohio and a Father from Pennsylvania. I think it’s ok for me to make a statement like that if my parents are ok with it. LOL.

Ya-I guess your right ey:up:

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