Historic Waverly, Tenn., lies about 63 miles west of Nashville along the Trace Creek. The town traces its history to the early 19th century and is named after the Waverly novels of Sir Walter Scott. It’s been the seat of Humphreys County since 1835. In the Civil War, it came under Union occupation, and there were battles fought nearby. Today, it’s a quiet town of a little more than 4,000 residents that honor their past and time-honored values — like patriotism, fairness, family, and freedom. At Dotson Firearms, we live by those values and the U.S. Constitution’s Second Amendment that helps protect them.