NASVHILLE, Tenn. (OSBORNE) -- The Tennessee’s General Assembly opens its 2020 session next week, so WMOT is exploring the legislative priorities of various mid-state constituencies.
Today we talk with John Harris of the pro-gun group Tennessee Firearms Association.
Harris says the organization’s top priority continues to be so-called open carry; the right to openly carry a firearm virtually anywhere, anytime, without regulation.
“Four states that touch Tennessee have already passed those laws, and like I said, with 17 other states total doing it Tennessee should join that trend.”
Harris says Tennessee Firearms Association will work to repeal a law passed last year that established a second type of concealed handgun carry permit. TFA says the law is sowing confusion while offering gun proponents few advantages.