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Constitutional Carry

Pushes in Tennessee and South Carolina.

5 Responses to “Constitutional Carry”

  1. Robb Allen Says:

    Hopefully nobody openly carries a gun AND RUINS IT FOR THE REST OF US!!!!1!1!!


  2. mikee Says:

    C’mon, TEXAS! Get ‘er done!

  3. Chas Says:

    Constitutional possession would be a big step forward in some states, but the America haters would be incensed – guns are just too American for their tastes.
    Nice to see that the right to bear arms is advancing. Hopefully, the right to even merely keep arms will be pulled forward in other states.

  4. kwikrnu Says:

    The problem with Sen. Campfield’s bill is that there was no sonser for a companion bill in the house. The deadline for bills was the 17th, so I believe the bill is effectively dead.

    TCA 39-17-1307 is the law I am seeking to have declared unconstitutional. It is also the law that Sen. Campfield was seeking to amend with his bill.

  5. Ron W Says:

    The Tennessee Constitution’s Declaration of Rights, Article I, Section 26 already enumerates our right to bear, which means carry, arms:

    That the citizens of this State have a right to keep and to bear arms for their common defense; but the Legislature shall have power, by law, to regulate the wearing of arms with a view to prevent crime.

    The Legislature only has the delegated power re: how we carry or the wearing, i.e., open, concealed, holstered, etc of what is carried. Any further legislation should be an affirmation of that DECLARED RIGHT pursuant to Article I, Section 26 or a regulation(s) of how one’s weapon is carried.