Here's an LA Times piece
written from Murfreesboro. See, in Tennessee, we take Second Amendment rights to absurdist levels: alcohol-slinging establishments like bars, restaurants, or, for a change of pace, parks where children frolic. You name the locale, and you'll probably be able to carry there.
For the story, Richard Faussett interviews individuals who no doubt prove themselves to be reliable representations of segments of the population and don't portray us Tennesseans as extremist nutjobs to the rest of the nation. To wit: A 26-year-old dude who works at the local Target and carries a copy of the Constitution in his pocket.