22 AGs File Brief With SCOTUS Against Federal Firearm Accessory Ban

Twenty-Two State Attorneys General, Led By AGs From Montana And West Virginia, Have Petitioned The U.S. Supreme Court Over A Bureau Of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms And Explosives Rule They Argue Would Immediately Transform Hundreds Of Thousands Of Law-Abiding Gun Owners Into Criminals.

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Fake News Reports That TN Bill Seeks To Recognize Some Handgun Owners As Police

There Are News Reports And Some Press Releases, Primarily From Law Enforcement Agencies, Claiming That SB2523/HB2554 Seeks To “Recognize Some Handgun Owners As Police”. This Is Not Just Incompetent Reporting But It Is Simply False, Or Intentionally Misleading.

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Rep. Todd Warner On The 2nd Amendment In Tennessee – TFA Podcast

The Tennessee Firearms Association Is Releasing Interviews With State Legislative Members Regarding The Status Of The 2nd Amendment In Tennessee And The 2022 Legislative Session. On January 13, 2022, TFA Released The Interview With Tennessee House Of Representatives Member Todd Warner (R-Chapel Hill). Listen In!

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Status Of The 2nd Amendment And 2022 Legislative Session In Tennessee

Tennessee Firearms Association Is Releasing Interviews With State Legislative Members Regarding The Status Of The 2nd Amendment In Tennessee And The 2022 Legislative Session.

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Court Of Appeals Affirms District Court’s Refusal To Grant Injunction In Bumpstock Litigation

For Now, There Is No Injunction Within The 6th Circuit On Civilian Possession Of Bumpstocks And That Such Devices Are Presently Classified As “Machineguns.” If You Are The Owner Or A Possessor Of A Bumpstock, You May Need To Consult With An Attorney.

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Anti-Gun Activist, Biden ATF Nominee Wants To Ban Tennesseans’ Hunting Rifles

Marsha Blackburn Rebuked Bureau Of ATF Nominee Chipman’s Agenda For Defying The U.S. Constitution During A Senate Judiciary Committee Confirmation Vote As Members Of The U.S. Congress Are Urging The Federal Government To Withdraw A Rule Change They Say Targets Veterans And Hurts Law-Abiding Gun Owners.

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New Gun Laws In Tennessee – Victory Or Missed Opportunities?

The Tennessee Legislature Was Able To Work Through A Full Session In 2021 Without Too Many Of The Problems Being Attributed To Covid-19. The Year Had Significant Hopes As At Least Three Bills Were Pending Which Addressed Either Permitless Carry Or Something Much More Desirable And Closer To Real Constitutional Carry. TFA Tracked 53 Bills In 2021 Of Which 20 Were Enacted Into Law. Of Those 20, Only A Few Are Likely Of Interest To Most Firearms Owners And Conservatives.

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