'Constitutional carry' being considered in South Carolina - National Conservative | Examiner.com
"A bill has been introduced in the South Carolina legislature -- bill S. 115 -- that would implement what is known in gun rights circles as "Constitutional carry." The term refers to the right to...
I have a nice pistol that I would like to give to my brother for Christmas. Can anyone here enlighten me as to what the federal laws are regarding the transfer of a handgun to a relative in a different state? Can I just give it to him? Do I need to go through an FFL? If I need an FFL...
Yes, South Carolina. I'm moving up to NY in about a month for a job once I graduate with my master's in materials science. I'm not particularly excited to leave all but two of my guns down here with my dad (including three NFA items) but a job's a job. I'll be in St. Lawrence County and at least...
I have no way of knowing if this is a repost since there are many threads with titles that do not offer any resemblance to the thread content itself, however I thought this was a neat concept.
Educated gun owners/users are the best kind. Kids should not be learning how to use a gun on Call of...
would someone post the link to this story about the teacher who was yelling at her student because he was stating facts about Obama and the teacher demanded he respect Obama but not necessarily Romney because he isn't president,
Hi Everyone! I am new to this site so please forgive me if I posted in the wrong place.
I live in South Carolina, I have a hand gun...legally. I am moving to NYC in May, I don't know what to do with my gun.
I have been reading online and from what I am reading it says that you have to have a...
South Carolina: Gun control proposal rejected by Anderson County Council
Several residents spoke at an Anderson County Council meeting in opposition to a proposed gun control ordinance that was defeated tonight.
Slightly fewer residents spoke in favor of the proposal, which would have made it...
Governor Signs Pro-Gun Reform Bill into Law in North Carolina!
On Wednesday, August 26, Governor Bev Perdue (D) signed House Bill 473 into law. This new law will permit magistrates with a Right-to-Carry permit, and with some additional training, to carry concealed firearms into courthouses...
North Carolina: Police run roughshod over lawful handgun owner
No good deed goes unpunished -- that's a lesson George Boggs of Fayetteville, North Carolina, learned earlier this month when he voluntarily turned his handgun over to the local police for safe keeping while he went into the...
General Assembly Adjourns in North Carolina
On Tuesday, August 11 the North Carolina General Assembly adjourned for the year. It will be back for its Short Session on May 12, 2010.
North Carolina Senate Passes Anti-Hunting Bill!
Senate Bill 460 - the anti-dog breeder, anti-hunting bill promoted by the radical Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) - passed the Senate on Wednesday, by a narrow 23-22 vote.
North Carolina 2009 Legislative Session Close to Adjournment
The budget still remains the key issue in the North Carolina General Assembly, and if an agreement is reached soon, the legislature may soon adjourn. Still, at a moments notice, Senate Bill 460 could be brought back to the Senate...
North Carolina: Anti-Hunting Legislation Remains Viable in Raleigh!
The North Carolina General Assembly appears to be winding down for this year, and there are talks of adjourning at the end of next week. At this time, Senate Bill 460 remains in the Committee on Rules and Operations of the...
Right-to-Carry Reform Legislation Signed in North Carolina!
On Friday, July 17, Governor Bev Perdue (D) signed the Right-to-Carry permit renewal improvement bill into law (House Bill 1132).
North Carolina: "Castle Doctrine" Self-Defense Bill Still Stalled in Raleigh
The "Castle Doctrine" self-defense bill, Senate Bill 928, remains stuck in the House Judiciary I Committee.