Gun enthusiasts react to TN’s newest gun and hunting laws

by Tyler Whetstone, The Jackson Sun  |  published on July 21, 2014

On July 1, two new Tennessee laws took effect regarding firearms and hunting.

Senate Bill 1774 allows anyone to legally carry firearms and ammunition in his or her vehicle as long as the vehicle is owned by that person. Senate Bill 1777 makes it illegal to interfere with private citizens who are lawfully hunting or fishing by using a drone.

As the owner of T&T Sporting Goods in Selmer, Justin Tull has to keep abreast about the new laws and regulations the state passes.

On Sunday, Tull had a large booth set up at the R.K. Gun and Knife Show at the Jackson fairgrounds, the first such convention since the new laws were passed. Tull said that he had 800 guns at the show but his store in Selmer had approximately 2,500 guns for sale.

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