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It's odd that you'd need a reminder of what Jack wrote since you quoted it and all, but life's funny sometimes. Jack mentioned urban COUNTIES. As in county code, not state code. TN also allows guns in parks but many of its counties have chosen to opt out of it. That's what this whole thing is about, no? So, let's take a look at an urban COUNTY in one of the states you've cited, Georgia.
Source: Fulton COUNTY CodeSec. 50-38. Firearms and other weapons banned.No person shall use or possess within any Fulton County park or recreational facility any rifle, pistol, shotgun, bow and arrow, slingshot, BB gun, pellet gun, or any other device capable of throwing any projectile of any sort, including the hand throwing of rocks or stones intended to be used as weapons. This section shall not be operative in any specific area now designated or to be designated in the future as a rifle range, archery range, or any other specific area whose purpose is to allow the activity otherwise proscribed by this section.
That took me all of thirty seconds to find.
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