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Happy Independence Day

Happy Independence Day

In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1776, the Continental Congress adopted the Declaration of Independence, proclaiming the independence of the United States of America from the rule of Britain and its king.
Happy 4th of July from Gun Works! We will close at 3 PM on Friday July 3rd and be closed Saturday the 4th. Be Safe and God Bless America.

VA Gun Ban Defeated

VA Gun Ban Defeated

VA Gun Ban Defeated

BREAKING: The Virginia Senate Judiciary Committee voted today to reject HB 961, a bill banning standard-capacity magazines, future sales of suppressors and commonly-owned firearms. Thank you to NRA members and gun owners who fought tirelessly to defeat this anti-American legislation. Stand and Fight – Join the NRA today: bit.ly/BanDefeated

Smith & Wesson Sale!

Smith & Wesson Sale!

On Sale Now!

Gun Works carries a full line of Smith & Wesson firearms at the best possible prices. Come see us today to get yours a great sale price.

HISTORY OF SMITH & WESSON

Horace Smith and Daniel Baird Wesson formed a partnership in 1852 to manufacture a firearm that could fire a fully self-contained cartridge. From the beginning, Smith & Wesson® firearms were noted for their innovative design, high quality production and reliability. The accomplishments of Smith & Wesson are numerous and its contributions to the history of firearms are vast. Smith & Wesson was an industry leader in 1852 when it was first founded and continues to lead the world today with innovations into the 21st century.

If you live in Cleveland or any of the surrounding towns like East Cleveland, South Cleveland, Laurel Springs, East View, Prospect, Mount Vernon, Rolling Hills, Mountainbrook, Foxfire, Waterville come to Gun Works for all your firearm needs.

Tennessee Gun Law 2020

Tennessee Gun Law 2020

Tennessee gun law to change in 2020

Concealed Carry

Concealed Carry

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — (AP) — Tennessee will soon begin offering a new concealed carry-only handgun permit that doesn’t require an applicant to demonstrate the ability to fire a weapon.

Under the new handgun law, a permit to carry a concealed handgun could be obtained after online training of at least 90 minutes. The current handgun carry permits, to be known as “enhanced handgun carry permits,” would still remain an option. Those permits require eight hours of in-person training with live firing required — a testing procedure that critics say is time-consuming and burdensome.

The National Rifle Association’s legislative arm backed the new measure. But the Tennessee Firearm Association opposed it, contending that other states may refuse to acknowledge Tennessee’s existing handgun carry permits or only the new ones. The group also said adding the permit could get in the way of its goal of permit-less carry.

While the bill was being debated during the 2019 legislative session, Democratic lawmakers criticized the bill for its lax rules and testing requirements.

At one point, Senate Minority Leader Jeff Yarbro, a Democrat from Nashville, said he was able to skip an online training course’s videos and finish while the legislative committee he was in advanced the bill. The Tennessee chapter of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, a nationwide organization working to curb gun violence, also opposed the bill.

In late November, the Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security began accepting applications from vendors seeking to offer online concealed-carry class. Applications must include proof of handgun instructor certification.

The new concealed-carry only permit application would be $65, instead of the enhanced handgun carry permit’s $100 fee. However, that $65 fee does not include the cost of the online course.

As of Friday, the Department of Safety and Homeland Security had approved just two vendors to offer online courses: Clarksville Guns and Archery Tennessee Carry Permit Online School and Tier One Tactics. Both courses cost just under $40.

Only one vendor has been denied approval due to their course being too short, a spokeswoman with the agency confirmed.

Concealed-carry only permit holders cannot carry their weapon on any state college or university campus.

The new law goes into effect Jan. 1. Most new laws are implemented at the beginning of a fiscal year, which kicks off on July 1, but a handful are also scheduled for later if the state needs more time to prepare for the changes.

Get ready for the new year by visiting Gun Works for a great deal on a new or used firearm where you can deal with a locally owned FFL Dealer and get the best service and prices around.

 

Financing Available

Financing Available

Have you been wanting a new firearm or silencer?

We have partnered with Solutions Finance to offer you “90 Days Same as Cash” financing on any purchase over $200.00. Or you can finance purchases for longer terms to fit your budget.

silencer
The process is very easy and can be done in the shop while you are browsing our inventory and selecting your purchase.

Simply fill out a quick credit application and within 15 minutes we can have you approved to take delivery of your new firearm or silencer. We are able to quote you the payment and terms on the spot. Once approval has been granted and terms are accepted by you, the contract is printed and signed in the shop and the process is complete.

pistol

Pistols for Sale

Always wanted to own a silencer or craving a new firearm, but paying the money upfront and all at one time stopping you? Now you can purchase the silencer or new pistol you want and finance it while you are waiting on the ATF approval.
We have access to many different models and brands to fit your needs and desires. We are here to help you!


Questions? Please call me personally at (423) 458-1539 or come in to the shop today at Gun Works, 126 Bernham Dr NW Ste 4, Cleveland, TN 37312.


We proudly serve Cleveland and all of these surrounding areas: East Cleveland, South Cleveland, Laurel Springs, East View, Prospect, Mount Vernon, Rolling Hills, Mountainbrook, Foxfire, Waterville.
Say No to Walmart

Say No to Walmart

Walmart announced it will reduce its gun and ammunition sales and said it will stop selling handgun ammunition and “short-barrel rifle ammunition,” such as the .223 caliber and 5.56 caliber, that can also be used on assault-style weapons after selling all of its current inventory.
Walmart will also stop selling handguns in Alaska, the only state where it still sells handguns. And Walmart will request that customers no longer openly carry guns into its 4,700 US stores, or its Sam’s Club stores, in states that allow open carry.
However, Walmart will continue to sell long barrel deer rifles and shotguns and much of the ammunition for those guns. The company sells guns in about 3,900 stores. Walmart will also continue to allow concealed carry by customers with permits in its stores.
Walmart says “NO” to guns and ammunition and to your 2nd Amendment Rights So We at Gun Works Say “NO” to Walmart!
Come to Gun Works as we will continue to offer all types of ammunition and guns for sale to you.

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