This Dec. 20, 2009 photo provided by the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation shows the AK-47-style semiautomatic pistol that 37-year-old Leonard Embody  was carrying around Radnor Lake State Park, in Nashville, Tenn., on Sunday, Dec. 20. Embody was detained by park rangers because his weapon looked like a rifle, but he was released without charges after the weapon was identified and Embody showed his handgun carry permit. The state legislature passed a law earlier this year allowing people with handgun permits to carry their weapons in parks.(AP Photo/Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation)
This Dec. 20, 2009 photo provided by the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation shows the AK-47-style semiautomatic pistol that 37-year-old Leonard Embody was carrying around Radnor Lake State Park, in Nashville, Tenn., on Sunday, Dec. 20. Embody was detained by park rangers because his weapon looked like a rifle, but he was released without charges after the weapon was identified and Embody showed his handgun carry permit. The state legislature passed a law earlier this year allowing people with handgun permits to carry their weapons in parks.(AP Photo/Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation)
published Tuesday, February 22nd, 2011
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