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Farragut Gun Club inaugural meeting

Bill Johns at the inaugural meeting of the Farragut Gun Club
Bill Johns at the inaugural meeting of the Farragut Gun Club
Photo by Liston Matthews

The inaugural meeting of the Farragut Gun Club was held Monday night at Gander Mountain at Turkey Creek in Farragut, Tennessee. Bill Johns, of Farragut, presided over the event.

Those present discussed a number of ideas for the club to get involved in. These included:

  1. Replacing unfriendly politicians and elimination of Parks and carry prohibitions.
  2. Changing laws regarding parking lots.
  3. Kennesaw type laws for the Town of Farragut.
  4. Rating of political candidates.
  5. Securing industry spokespersons as guest speakers.
  6. A period of time at each meeting to allow for networking.
  7. Places to shoot in the area.
  8. Discussion of logos for the club.

The club will meet the second Monday of each month from 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. at the Gander Mountain Lodge inside Gander Mountain. The club will serve the West Knox, Loudon, Roane, Blount, and Anderson areas. All interested are invited to attend.

Thanks to John Scherich, the manager at Gander Mountain, for allowing the club to meet at this location.

Gander Mountain is Carry Friendly.


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