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C. Richard Archie, Tennessee Firearms Association

With the upcoming second half of the 109 General Assembly in Tennessee fast approaching, which will preface an election year for all House members, (Keep in mind the House is where firearms friendly bills customarily meet their demise) it is imperative that the members of the TFA step up their actions to affect the outcomes of the session, and in so doing the elections.

I challenge every current member to find one more like minded individual to join our cause. If we take that small step, individually, we double the base represented, we add an immeasurable force to influence politicians who seek to keep their power in Nashville.

Let us use our voice as Citizens under Article 1 § 23 to peaceably assemble (Chapter meetings) to petition for redress of grievances (unconstitutional loss of Rights to wear and bear arms) and to instruct our elected employees.

TFA seeks to build partnerships with willing Conservative legislators. We can lead by informing ourselves of the laws currently on the books and the wishes of the Founders, and to impart the actual versus perceived results of the restraints placed on the right to arms guaranteed in our State Constitution to our representatives in Nashville. (There is, I promise a paucity of actual knowledge on these very important issues in the offices of the General Assembly) It is up to each of us to do our best to remedy that lack. In addition we will work to elect and re-elect those who support our cause, and there are many sitting legislators who deserve our efforts, as they have given theirs to support us.

Join us and build a better Tennessee for our children and grandchildren.

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