Just gave it a glance, but I plan to delve into them deeper in the future. So far we have:

  • Red Flag law.
  • Universal Background checks.
  • Owning, making, transfering, (etc_ bumpstocks and similar devices is a felony.
  • ¬†Illegal to buy “Assault weapons.”
  • Illegal to buy, make, own magazines with more than 10 rounds.
  • Gunowners insurance ($300,000) but no idea if criminals are supposed to carry it.
  • Illegal to make semi-automatic rifles. That adds a new ball of wax to the ear canal.
  • Gun Storage mandatory.
  • 3 week waiting period on firearm purchases.
  • Raises the legal age to purchase firearm to 25.

And there is more.

PS: Pro gun bills? So far crickets.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

4 thoughts on “2024 Tennessee Legislative session: As expected Gun Control bills are fully back”
  1. The left’s shooting civil war is coming. Justice is dead until after their war. Happily, I have a copy of the US Constitution and I can start reconstructiong the US Constitutional Republic from here.
    A messege to the leftists; God wins in the end.

  2. Looks like New Mexico’s. At least one legislator says they might put a Constitutional carry bill in. Not that it could pass … or that the governor wouldn’t veto it in a heartbeat.
    At least this is a 30-day session this year.

    1. NH was the same until we elected an R governor, then Constitutional Carry passed and was signed. Hopefully the next time a D governor appears it won’t be undone. It helps a little that the state constitution contains an RKBA article clearer and more explicit than the Federal one, and even prior to CC the NH rule was must-issue for concealed carry, no restriction on open carry.

  3. Pretty much the same list has been introduced in the legislature here in VA. Governor Youngkin is going to end up vetoing a lot of legislation this year.

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