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congrats to the citizens of Tennessee

KBCraig

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Tennessee will still be a legal minefield, and has different standards for licensed and unlicensed folks.

 

color of law

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Tennessee will still be a legal minefield, and has different standards for licensed and unlicensed folks.

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ALL CARRY PROHIBITED
Federal Buildings (18 USC 930)

Not necessarily so.
 

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Yes....this new law is definitely can be a bit confusing. 3 different rules whether you are carrying under Permitless Carry, Concealed Carry Permit or Enhanced Permit.

I'm hoping that the legislature will realize this and finally pass true Constitutional Carry.

Also it is correct that Federal Buildings must be posted as such per 18 USC 390(h) to be off limits
 

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Yes....this new law is definitely can be a bit confusing. 3 different rules whether you are carrying under Permitless Carry, Concealed Carry Permit or Enhanced Permit.

I'm hoping that the legislature will realize this and finally pass true Constitutional Carry.

Also it is correct that Federal Buildings must be posted as such per 18 USC 390(h) to be off limits
18 USC 930(d)(3) allows a law abiding citizen to carry in the public areas of federal buildings. That's my point.
 
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