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Do I Need a Concealed Carry Permit for Pepper Spray?

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Even though I have a handgun carry permit and legally carry a handgun almost everywhere that I go, I also carry a can of pepper spray. I know some of you are probably thinking… why would anyone need to carry defensive spray if they are already carrying a handgun… Well, the fact is that the majority of the time most situations …

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What Is A Concealed Carry Badge and Do You Need One?

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What is a concealed carry badge and do you need one? That’s a good question and one that I’ve been asked a lot since starting this site and to make a long answer short – no you don’t need a concealed carry badge, however, there are pros and cons to both sides of the argument and I’ll talk about both …

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Unarmed Self-Defense From WWII

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Editor’s note: The following selections were excerpted from FM 21-150: Unarmed Defense for the American Soldier, an Army manual published in 1942. Knowing how to defend yourself even if you don’t have a gun is important, however, it’s best to avoid confrontation if possible. PURPOSE OF TRAINING The object of this training is to develop the soldier in the art …

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What Are The 5 Most Reliable Handguns in The World?

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I love writing best or and most reliable handgun articles like this, because these types of articles always bring readers out of their silence because everyone who knows anything about guns (and some that don’t) have an opinion about what “the best and most reliable handguns” are and they will argue and defend their beliefs relentlessly. So this article should …

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What Is a Concealed Carry Belt?

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If you’re going to carry a handgun then you need a good belt. However, just any old belt won’t do. You need a concealed carry belt. At this point you’re probably asking what’s a concealed carry belt and why do I need one after all you probably already have several perfectly good belts that holds your pants up already, so …

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The Prepper’s Firearms Checklist of Handguns, Shotguns, and Rifles

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Since TN Concealed Carry is as the name implies a concealed carry website/blog I won’t be publishing many prepper type articles here, however, since the subject of prepping for a disaster like an EMP, economic collapse, viral pandemic or other similar event is recommended we will be publishing several articles (approximately five total) on prepping and how-to-do-it correctly. Specific Thoughts and Considerations For …

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Carrying A Long Gun In Tennessee And The Snap Rack

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To carry a concealed handgun on your person legally in Tennessee you’ll need a valid handgun carry permit. However, as part of the expanded “castle doctrine” it is legal for anyone who can legally own a firearm, be it a handgun, rifle, or shotgun to carry that firearm in their vehicle and that firearm can be loaded or unloaded. However, as I understand …

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A Guide To Concealed Carry Reciprocity In Tennessee

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Tennessee has the ideal configuration to border numerous states. “The Volunteer State” shares borders with the following states located in the Midwest and Southeastern regions of the United States: Alabama Arkansas Georgia Kentucky Mississippi Missouri North Carolina Virginia Only one state (Missouri) touches as many states as Tennessee touches. Throw in neighboring states like Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, and South Carolina …

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Concealed Carry Handgun Laws By State

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As an integral part of the Bill of Rights, the 2nd Amendment to the United Constitution reads “A well-regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.” The 2nd Amendment has undergone intense judicial scrutiny since the Founding Fathers declared the “right to bear …