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The New Concealed Carry Permit vs. Enhanced Carry Permit

By Griffin H | 1/14/2020

So if you live in Tennessee and are considering carrying a firearm, you may have noticed the new updates to the carry permits effective in 2020.

 

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New Year, New Firearms!

By Griffin H | 1/2/2020

New Year shopping to look forward to!

2020 is here! That means SHOT Show is just around the corner and new products will be coming to the market. We took a look at some of the most anticipated firearms of 2020 for us at the shop. Let us know if you agree, disagree and what are some of your most anticipated firearms this year in the comments!

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Do I Just Need A Handgun Carry Permit?

By Griffin H | 12/11/2019

Although a Handgun Carry Permit is a great start to exercising your second amendment rights, it is not practical to think that you will be prepared for a dangerous situation solely from learning the state’s laws and completing the shooting and written test mandated by the state. This is why we offer classes like Handgun 101, Shooter Improvement 1 and more advanced courses further down the line.

We believe is important for a person who decides to protect themselves with a firearm, to get adequate training either before or after ...

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EDC: What Else Should You Carry?

By Griffin H | 10/20/2019

When I first started out carrying a firearm about two years ago, I honestly didn’t think much about the other items I carried in my pockets, with the exception of my keys and my wallet. But as I’ve been around other like-minded and prepared individuals, I’ve ...

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What is a Straw Purchase?

By Griffin H | 10/20/2019

What is a Straw Purchase?

A straw purchase occurs when one person buys a gun for someone else who is either prohibited by law from possessing a gun or who does not want his or her name associated with the transaction. A straw purchase is a felony with a punishment of 10 years in jail and a fine of up to $250,000.

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