This post is going to be a little different than its predecessor, simply because Tennessee does not track the total number of Handgun Carry Permits they have issued over time; however, the premise is still the same.
Again, you will have to take my word that yes, some permits were revoked in 2015. That year, 529,661 people had active, current HCPs in Tennessee, while only 291 were revoked.
In other words, Tennessee enjoyed a 0.055% failure rate with their Handgun Carry Permit holders.
On the other hand, Tennessee had a total violent and property crime rate of approximately 3,548.3 per 100,000 people in 2015.
In other words, it is entirely reasonable to say that, in 2015, Handgun Carry Permit holders were over 60 times less likely to break a major law than “average” Tennesseans.
You know, it is starting to look like all the perseverating hysteria about background-checked, trained, law-abiding Americans peacefully carrying firearms in public is… completely groundless.