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Just got word the bill is singed!!!!!

I just realized, come 1 July, we'll have "Constitutional Carry" here in Tennessee.   For knives anyway.    Maybe we can work on guns next year.   :up:

Remember this was a guy who was member of Bloomberg's MAIG when mayor of Knoxville, then resigned from that and took out lifetime NRA membership in time to run for Governor.   Takes a while to decid

I want the GIV Protech/Emerson from last year.  I've already started searching for one.  

 

http://www.bladehq.com/item--Emerson-Protech-G4-Custom-CQC7-A--13501


I just looked it up and this 3rd on the agenda today.  Finance Sub is scheduled to meet at 10:30 today. 

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I want the GIV Protech/Emerson from last year.  I've already started searching for one.  
 
http://www.bladehq.com/item--Emerson-Protech-G4-Custom-CQC7-A--13501
I just looked it up and this 3rd on the agenda today.  Finance Sub is scheduled to meet at 10:30 today. 



That is a sweet knife and a great price! I have ordered about 20 times from Blade HQ and they are great guys to deal with
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I want the GIV Protech/Emerson from last year.  I've already started searching for one.  
 
http://www.bladehq.com/item--Emerson-Protech-G4-Custom-CQC7-A--13501
I just looked it up and this 3rd on the agenda today.  Finance Sub is scheduled to meet at 10:30 today. 



By the way if you are a member of USN, the usual suspects Knife forum you can find on on their forum for sale, I have bought many knives with my cove membership their over the years
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I am indeed!  Same name over there.  I just haven't seen one of these pop up recently.  I'm going to post a WTB soon.  

I'm currently bidding on a lifetime cove membership in the auction forum.  

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"Item 3, House Bill 581 by Chairman Dennis.    This has been moved to the hill.  I hope I don't get writ up on the internet for this one."  


I don't know what it means.  But that is what was said.  

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It means that subcommittee passed it and it moves to a discussion and vote in full committee.  From there, it should go to the House floor and from there to the Governor's desk.  

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It means that subcommittee passed it and it moves to a discussion and vote in full committee.  From there, it should go to the House floor and from there to the Governor's desk.

Where that (*)#$% will veto it.

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Oh crap. So, we're basically playing the waiting game until it get's veto'ed by the governor. 


Unless someone knows something I don't, I'm just assuming it has no chance of him approving it. 

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Who pushed for switchblades to still be illegal to carry at schools?  Wasn't it some silly police chiefs group?  What was their reason?  We should have pushed harder to legalize this so that someone can't get charged at a school over a knife.

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I wouldn't worry about the Gov.  The majorites in both houses are big enough to override his veto, and he learned that with the "guns in bars" fiasco.

 

That was previous Guv, not Haslam.

 

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"Item 3, House Bill 581 by Chairman Dennis.    This has been moved to the hill.  I hope I don't get writ up on the internet for this one."  


I don't know what it means.  But that is what was said.  

 

Does anyone know who said the red part in the quote above?

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