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Friday, May 8, 2009

No Federal Regulation of Firearms in TN??

This is almost to good to be true, but it is. Apparently, Tennessee is considering following the actions of Montana and possibly Texas in telling the Federal Government they can keep their hands off our guns.

Tennessee legislators are considering new legislation that would essentially state that any firearms manufactured and sold within the State of Tennessee would not be subject to Federal gun laws.

In April of this year, Montana passed a law that guns manufactured in Montana and sold in Montana to people who intend to keep their weapons in Montana are exempt from federal gun registration, background checks and dealer-licensing rules because no state lines are crossed.

Tennessee is considering similar legislation called the Tennessee Firearms Freedom Act. You can read more of a story about this here: Fox 17/Nashville - Bill Would Prevent Federal Government from Regulating Firearms in TN - by John Dunn

Time to call your legislators and let them know how much you support this bill!

1 comment:

Jon Walker said...

I wouldn't hold my breath. There were a number of those in the house and senate that wanted no part of the "Restaurant Bill" and that's kind of a common sense issue. I think it would be outstanding and there's nothing in the constitution that states that only 'certain types' should be legal.

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