...that my current homestate (Tennessee) was a firearm friendly state until I found this website about a year ago. Some of the things I've learned other states allow since joining:
- Ability to carry in restaraunts that serve alcohol.
- Able to carry and consume alcohol (Not for me, but it would be nice to have the option.)
- Open carry without a permit.
- Loaded firearm in a vehicle without a permit.
- Ability to defend property with deadly force (Texas only as far as I'm aware.)
- Ability to ignore anti-carry signs.
- Concealed carry with NO permit (Vermont and Alaska, & now Wyoming I believe.)
- Ability to obtain a permit with no mandatory training or classes.
- Lifetime permit (Indiana only, I believe?)
- Carry in unsecured government buildings.
This is not to say that Tennessee does nothing right, only that I'm amazed (not to mention jealous) of some of the other states and their approach to legally armed citizens.
So what about the rest of you? Anyone else think they had it pretty good until this website opened their eyes to some of the freedoms enjoyed in other states?