Support the Firearms Safety Scholarship programs
Here at Tennessee Taking Action we believe that solutions are found in education and
not legislation.We as a state cannot legislate ourselves out of a societal problem. However, we can educate and empower Tennesseans through firearms safety, handling, and storage classes. Together, let’s work to encourage safe firearms ownership and handling.
How can you be a part of this program?
Meet Beverlee Hawkins, she is a firearms instructor in the Appalachian mountains of east Tennessee. She is TNTA’s first Firearms Safety Scholarship instructor. She is also the director for Ladies of 2A. TNTA is proud to be partnering with her.
Meet Harmony Jones, she has been a firearms instructor since 2016. Harmony now serves as the Vice President for rescue with @rescue1global. She has a passion for teaching women to confidently handle, carry and use firearms for self defense. It is her mission to level the playing field for women, in defending themselves and their children.