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Mastering The Concealed Carry Quick Draw!

In Concealed Carry Tactics by Jesse Mathewson3 Comments

Drawing from concealment is not difficult, however, if you have never done it before it helps to have some guidance. If you have practiced or learned the basics you may be able to see some improvements or benefit from following this approach. We do not want to end up having an incident that could be avoided. Now before we get …

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

In Rifles and Shotguns by M.D. Creekmore37 Comments

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

In Concealed Carry Gear by M.D. Creekmore5 Comments

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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Is the Glock 19 A Good Concealed Carry Gun?

In Concealed Carry Handguns by Jesse Mathewson2 Comments

How accurate, is it reliable, and what accessories should I add to it make it better? Is the Glock 19 a good concealed carry gun? The short answer is, Yes! At this point in time, there is literally no other handgun that has the reliability, ability, and features for the price point. There are others that will work and work …

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A Guide To Concealed Carry Reciprocity In Tennessee

In Concealed Carry Laws by M.D. Creekmore2 Comments

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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Do You Really Need A .22 Caliber Handgun?

In Concealed Carry Handguns by M.D. Creekmore3 Comments

By The Graduate Shootist We say “it depends”. People seeking one do-all firearm would probably be better off with something shoulder-fired like a 12 Gauge shotgun. Heck, a 26 or 28” pump-gun with a spare rifle-sighted slug barrel could handle anything that roams North America, including all two or four legged threats. But of course, two-handed activities and/or the need …