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    A proposal that would allow Tennessee handgun permit holders to take their weapons into establishments that serve alcohol as long as they don't drink is headed to the governor for his consideration.

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    Boy that is a tough call on that one.
    I am 100% pro gun, but even in the old west you had to check your gun at the door. Few did, but alcohol and guns don't mix.
    Now if it is restaurant where food and alcohol is being served I agree.
    When I lived in Vermont years ago the only place you could not open carry was bars and town meetings.
    This is tough call on this one. I just don't know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4thIDvet View Post
    When I lived in Vermont years ago the only place you could not open carry was bars and town meetings.
    Town meetings and any other political assembly should be mandatory for all to carry. Maybe then the politicians wouldn't be so ready to rape the citizenry.
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