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Old September 8, 2021, 01:30 PM   #10
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The law was changed as one of the last things Bush Jr. did as he left the Whitehouse. You have been able to carry in National Parks since as long as you can legally carry in the state the park is located.

There are a few places that do not recognize my GA carry permit, but otherwise I've been carrying ever since. I do have to be careful about not going into buildings. One of our favorite hikes in the SMNP is to the Mount LeConte Lodge.

It is an 11 mile very scenic hike with a great view from the summit. But once there my wife and I can't enter any part of the lodge at the same time. I always place the guns in one of our packs and one of us stays outside with the packs while we go in one at a time.
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