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Thread: Carry-Friendly Sightseeing in Chattanooga

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    Carry-Friendly Sightseeing in Chattanooga

    I live in a small town near Chattanooga, but I have almost zero interest in going to large cities when my needs for food and work are satisfied in my small town.

    However, I have a friend flying in and would like to take her sightseeing. I'm fairly certain the aquarium and zoo are posted, but what else should I avoid? What are my options? Friend or Foe mostly just shows restaurants.
    I carry everywhere because crime doesn't make appointments.

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    It was about sunset last year when I was there but the Lookout Mountain and Point Park were impressive being from flat-as-a-pancake Dallas. As a Federal Park it s/b OC except in the Ranger office, but the views were fantastic, plus the memorials were interesting too.
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    Open-carry inTN

    I live inRichmond, Va and am planning a trip to East Ridge, TN(where I grew up). I do not have a Va CHP. Can I legally open-carry in TN? Thanks for any and all responses. Best regards//'8404'Doc//

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    TN is carry by permit only. You need a permit from any other state as TN recognizes all other states permits, otherwise it must be locked up and unloaded per fed.transport laws.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken56 View Post
    TN is carry by permit only. You need a permit from any other state as TN recognizes all other states permits, otherwise it must be locked up and unloaded per fed.transport laws.
    Yep. However, beginning July 1st, anyone not prohibited from owning them may keep loaded firearms in private vehicle.

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