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T.C.A. Codes

T.C.A. Codes

Handgun Carry Permit T.C.A. Codes 
 T.C.A. Number Code Subject
39-17-1302 Prohibited weapons
39-17-1306 Carrying weapons during judicial proceedings
39-17-1307 Unlawful carrying or possession of a weapon
39-17-1309 Carrying weapons on school property
39-17-1311 Carrying weapons on public parks, playgrounds, civic centers, and other recreational building and grounds
39-17-1315 (b) (1): Written directive and permit to carry handguns
39-17-1320 Providing handguns to juveniles
39-17-1321 Possession of a handgun while under the influence
39-17-1322 Defenses
39-17-1351 – 1358 Handgun Carry Permits Note: Since the link references several T.C.A. Numbers, an index page containing the links 1351 – 1358 will appear when selected.
39-17-1359 Prohibitions at certain meetings
39-17-1360 Rules and regulations
Title 62 Chapter 35 Private protective services
Title 70 Chapter 4 Miscellaneous regulations
70-4-103 Fox hunting – Training of hunting dogs – Penalty
70-4-112 Hunting and chasing coons regulated – Training season – Violations, penalties
70-4-117 Possession of weapons in areas inhabited by big game – Penalty

* Some T.C.A. Codes were amended during the 2009 session by the following Public Chapters which may be accessed through the Tennessee Secretary of State’s Web site at http://tnsos.org/acts/PublicActs.106th.php?showall:

Public Chapter 101 – Handgun Information Privacy – This act prohibits the Department of Safety or any department-approved handgun safety course employee from requiring applicant for handgun carry permit to furnish any identifying information concerning any handgun the applicant owns or possesses.

Effective Date: April 27, 2009

Public Chapter 428 – Handguns in Parks – This act permits a resident who has a valid handgun carry permit to possess a handgun while within the boundaries of any park and other similar public places owned and operated by the state, county, or city, excluding certain natural areas, historic parks, nature trails, wildlife management areas. Local governments may elect by a majority resolution of the local legislative body to prohibit gun carry permit holders from possessing handguns in local parks.
Effective Date: Permitting municipalities and counties to enact prohibition ordinances – June 12, 2009 Effective Date: Carrying guns in federal and state parks – June 12, 2009 Effective Date: Carrying guns in municipal or county parks unless prohibited – September 1, 2009

On July 24, 2009, the Attorney General issued Opinion No. 09-129 which, pursuant to Tenn. Code Ann. § 39-17-1309, prohibits handgun carry permit holders from possessing firearms in public parks during times when the athletic fields or other recreational facilities are actually being used by schools.

Public Chapter 431 – Loaded Rifles and Shotguns in Vehicles – This act allows a person with a handgun carry permit to possess a loaded rifle or loaded shotgun in a privately owned vehicle. The act provides that the weapon cannot have ammunition in the chamber except in the case that an individual permit holder feels physically threatened.

Effective Date: June 12, 2009

Public Chapter 455 – Orders of Protections – This act requires a person against whom an order of protection has been issued to dispose of any firearms within 48 hours through any lawful means. It clarifies that the person may resume possession of firearms once the order of protection is lifted.
Effective Date: July 1, 2009

Public Chapter 606 – Guns in Refuges/Wildlife Areas – This act allows a person with a valid handgun carry permit to possess a firearm in a refuge, public hunting area, wildlife management area, or on national forest land.
Effective Date: July 9, 2009

TN Carry Permit Registration

First, Visit this link -> Tennessee State Handgun Application. (http://dl.safety.tn.gov/)

Please take the time to go over these instructions on how you can register for your Tennessee state carry permit.  We try to keep this page  up-to-date as new information presents itself.

If this is your first visit to the TN Website, you SHOULD see something like this:

Select the Handgun Permits tab (1) and COMPLETE the registration process (2):

Once you register, under the Handgun Permits tab, select Apply for a Handgun Carry Permit.

Once you enter your information, you will receive an application number and confirmation number.

Retain your 9 or 10 digit APPLICATION number. This is how we communicate with the DMV for if you passed the course. If you do not enter this number on the sign-up form or enter it incorrectly, you will have to re-apply and retake the course before you can receive your carry permit.

Once you have obtained your application number, you can sign up for our Enhanced Carry Permit Class HERE, or you can sign up for a private Enhanced Carry Permit Class HERE for an additional fee.

 

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Class – Intro to Handguns

Introduction to Handguns

This Introduction to Handguns firearms training class will teach the basic knowledge, skills and attitude necessary for owning and using a handgun safely. In addition, this class has been designed as a one-on-one with the instructor, which means the class is not required to follow a rigid agenda, and can focus or add to areas of need as required by the students.

Subjects Covered:

  • Safety
  • Handgun Knowledge & Safe handling
  • Ammunition knowledge
  • Fundamentals of handgun shooting
  • Actual Range Shooting
  • One-On-One Training
  • Eye & Ear Protection, Guns & Targets

This class is designed for the people with very little to no knowledge of handguns, or those who are years out of practice and want a good refresher course. The first hour of the class is spent in the classroom discussing the different types of handguns and how to handle them safely, ammunition and malfunctions, and the fundamentals of handgun shooting.

The second hour is spent on the range, doing actual shooting with a variety of guns, chosen by the instructor to fit the shooter. The basics of stance, sight picture, and trigger control are emphasized to maximize success the first time out. After completing this class, the shooter will be able to safely use the range without supervision.

Required Equipment:

50 rounds of ammunition. Price does not include ammunition but can be selected based on preference of student during course. No reloads – Factory Manufactured Only!!!

Prerequisites:

None.

Cost: $50.00 (2 hours)