Murfreesboro TN 37129 US
Your firearm is YOUR responsibility at all times
Firearms are unloaded and securely stored in a location inaccessible to children and other unauthorized persons.
Store handguns where they are not accessible to unauthorized persons. An untrained person should never be allowed access to a firearm.
Intent – did the perpetrator act in a manner demonstrating intent to cause serious bodily injury or death?
Deadly Force is never justifiable in the defense of property
Deadly Force Definition: Any type of degree of force that may be reasonably expected to cause death or serious bodily injury.
You are criminally, civilly and financially responsible for every round you fire and its final resting place Shoot only to neutralize the threat
Deadly force can only be used when you or another person are in imminent threat of death or serious bodily injury.
Castle Doctrine is a special provision in Tennessee law involving forced entry into residence, business, dwelling or vehicle.
Handgun safety rules- Always point your gun in a safe direction, Always keep your finger off the trigger until ready to shoot, Always keep guns unloaded until ready to use.
Do not store guns loaded.
Store your guns where they are not accessible to unauthorized persons.
You are financially responsible for the bullet and the damage it does.
Deadly force can only be used when you or another person is in imminent fear of death or serious bodily injury.
You must ask yourself before using deadly force.
Access- Does the perpetrator have access to kill or injury you?
Am I there yet? Has your level of fear risen to the level where deadly force would be justifiable in Tennessee?
You never shoot to kill the perpetrator, never shoot to wound & never fire warning shots.
You only shoot to neutralize the perpetrator. Stop the Threat!!!!!
Deadly force can not be used when you feel threatened, you must be threatened.
Talk to your children about guns. Teach them if they see a gun they should;
Leave the Area
Tell an Adult
Always be aware of your surroundings and Always be prepared for the fight.
Keep your guard up. Your head & eyes need to always be moving.
You should learn to shoot with both eyes open. Use your dominant eye for aiming
Tennessee is an open carry state, you will need a carry permit which ever way you choose to carry.
It is legal to have a fully loaded handgun in your private owned vehicle without a carry permit.