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    Nashville's Metro Councilwoman Megan Barry, "Please don't come over and rob me now."

    Barry, the only candidate officially in the 2015 mayor's race at this point, confirmed last week that she recently took the eight hours of firearms safety training required to get a Tennessee gun carry permit.

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    Just wait .. she'll start touting how the training required is not sufficient and will push for 3000 hrs of training or some other outrageous amount.

    When in actuality, it should be zero.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidmcbeth View Post
    Just wait .. she'll start touting how the training required is not sufficient and will push for 3000 hrs of training or some other outrageous amount.

    When in actuality, it should be zero.
    Yeah, you're probably one of those guys who advocates swimming pools, hammocks and plastic bags should be sold without training, too...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick9 View Post
    Yeah, you're probably one of those guys who advocates swimming pools, hammocks and plastic bags should be sold without training, too...
    Requiring training and licences is an infringement, therefore illegal. Yes I am aware of 'laws' to the contrary and the judges that upheld them should be prosecuted and struck off. Now we have a monumental battle in every single state to remove these restrictions that bad no right to be made in the first place.

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