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TN state laws for CCW

This is a discussion on TN state laws for CCW within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by INTJ "...substantially similar to the following: Pursuant to 39171359 , the owner/operator of this property has banned weapons on this property, ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTJ View Post
    "...substantially similar to the following:

    Pursuant to 39171359 , the owner/operator of this property has banned weapons on this property, or within this building or this portion of this building. Failure to comply with this prohibition is punishable as a criminal act under state law and may subject the violator to a fine of not more than five dollars ($500).
    Point taken on specific wording...but if the sign is not substantially similar to the above, I don't think HCP-holder carry would be prohibited. IANAL, but I suspect that "substantially similar" does have some legal parameters.

    OTOH, I do know that regulation of package stores is closely watched, so there may be a collision of TCA statutes that hasn't been tested in the courts yet...I don't think I want to be the test case, if that is true.


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    House vote permits guns in more places

    http://www.knoxnews.com/kns/state/ar...492294,00.html

    House vote permits guns in more places
    By TOM HUMPHREY, tomhumphrey3@aol.com
    April 19, 2007


    NASHVILLE - In a surprise move, a House panel voted Wednesday to repeal a state law that forbids the carrying of handguns on property and buildings owned by state, county and city governments - including parks and playgrounds.
    "Beware of the man who only owns one gun. He probably knows how to use it."

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    House vote permits guns in more places

    Anybody?
    "Beware of the man who only owns one gun. He probably knows how to use it."

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTJ View Post
    http://www.knoxnews.com/kns/state/ar...492294,00.html

    House vote permits guns in more places
    By TOM HUMPHREY, tomhumphrey3@aol.com
    April 19, 2007


    NASHVILLE - In a surprise move, a House panel voted Wednesday to repeal a state law that forbids the carrying of handguns on property and buildings owned by state, county and city governments - including parks and playgrounds.

    Way to go TN!!

    MO is still lacking. There are still too many people fighting against out right to carry, and the Dems. wanting a seat in the gov's chair are still vowing to repeal our carry law.

    As for signage in MO, the law specifically outlines the placement, size and letter size for all posted premises. The signs must be in a conspicuous place, no smaller than 11x14 with letters no smaller than 1". We have several places that are "posted," but are done so improperly according to the law. Until they post it right, I will continue to carry there.

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    A violent crime happens every 23.1 seconds..... something to think about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTJ View Post
    Its no more or less "gun friendly" than most other states. Tennessee issues a Handgun Carry Permit, not a CCW permit (you can carry concealed or openly legally.) Its a shall issue state, currently takes about 60 days for permit issuance.
    Maybe as gun friendly as some, but when you cant carry in a package store or a restaurant that serves alcohol, I don't consider that really gun friendly. That cuts out alot of places.

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    Point taken.
    "Beware of the man who only owns one gun. He probably knows how to use it."

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    Tennessee also wont allow beer and liqour sales in the same establishment. People own a building that sells both, but if you want to buy whiskey and beer, you have to walk in one door, buy the whiskey, walk outside, go in another door and buy the beer. Convenient stores sell beer. Are both of these places off limits?

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    Quote Originally Posted by robere View Post
    Tennessee also wont allow beer and liqour sales in the same establishment. People own a building that sells both, but if you want to buy whiskey and beer, you have to walk in one door, buy the whiskey, walk outside, go in another door and buy the beer. Convenient stores sell beer. Are both of these places off limits?
    Not anymore...only places where alcohol is sold for consumption on-premises are currently off limits.

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    Getting friendlier!!!
    Self-defense bill passes both houses

    The Tennessee bills will soon go to Gov. Phil Bredesen, who can sign them into law, veto them or let them be come law without his signature.

    http://www.tennessean.com/apps/pbcs....0201/705080372
    "Beware of the man who only owns one gun. He probably knows how to use it."

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