Armed Law Officer Asked to Leave Gun-Free Restaurant
A manager at an Outback restaurant in Tennessee refused service to an officer in uniform, citing a “gun-free zone” policy.
President’s Column | Join Your Fellow NRA Members In Nashville!
As your NRA president, I encourage you to join us next month from April 16 to 19 at the 149th NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits in Nashville, Tenn.
High Demand for Tennessee’s New Online Concealed Carry Permit Option
Eight days after it became available, 1,200 people already had applied for Tennessee’s new carry permit.
The Armed Citizen® | Memphis, TN
Armed Citizens in Memphis don’t stop at dialing 911.
Smith & Wesson to Move to Tennessee
More and more firearms manufacturers are moving to states that openly embrace the Second Amendment.
The Expansion of Constitutional Carry
Bureaucrats were never supposed to be in a position to make us ask—even to beg—for our constitutionally protected rights.
Tennessee Makes Carrying Concealed Easier
A new Tennessee law, effective January 1, allows residents to obtain a concealed-carry permit more quickly and inexpensively.
Knoxville, Tenn., City Council Votes to Stop Accepting Gun Shows on City Property
“If gun owners aren’t concerned about this, they certainly should be.”
Phil Bredesen Spokesman Calls “Gun Nuts” a Terror Threat
He provides yet another reason why voters shouldn’t buy Bredesen’s claims to be pro gun.
Tennessee Public Transit Authorities Slow To Roll Back Gun Ban
Frequent A1F Daily contributor Stacy Washington explores how transit authorities in Tennessee are doing their best to delay implementation of a new law that does away with a gun ban on city buses.