South Carolina: Bill allows in car exemption to gun ban
A South Carolina proposal would allow gun owners with concealed weapons permits to drive onto school and college campuses with firearms in their cars.
South Carolina: Measure asks voters whether hunting is a right
South Carolina voters may be asked whether their right to hunt and fish should be protected by the state constitution.
NRA-ILA: South Africa: Permitting citizens to own firearms will go a long way to curbing crime
South Africa: Permitting citizens to own firearms will go a long way to curbing crime
In effect, the gun laws keep the crooks armed and curtail the ability of law abiding citizens to fight back...
South Dakota: Governor Signs Bill Repealing Waiting Period!
On Friday, March 13, Governor Mike Rounds (R) signed Senate Bill 70, just three days after it was passed in the House of Representative by a vote of 67 to 1.
South Dakota: Gun owners glad to see state's waiting period go
Gov. Mike Rounds has signed a bill that eliminates South Dakota's post purchase 48 hour waiting period to buy a handgun.
South Dakota House Repeals Waiting Period!
On Tuesday, March 10, a day after being passed unanimously in the House Judiciary Committee, the South Dakota House of Representatives passed Senate Bill 70 by a vote of 67 to 1. SB 70 will now head to the desk of Governor Mike Rounds (R) for his...
South Dakota: House wants uniform local gun laws
Local governments should be prohibited from any action that restricts carrying of firearms, the South Dakota House says.
The House voted 46 20 on Tuesday to pass HB1278, which prohibits townships, counties and cities from restricting possession...
South Carolina: Senator aims to allow guns on school grounds
Holders of concealed-carry permits could bring their weapons onto school grounds and into restaurants that sell alcoholic beverages under a bill introduced by state Sen. Shane Martin...
South Carolina: General Assembly Reconvenes in Columbia
The South Carolina General Assembly convened this week, and NRA anticipates a busy year of promoting our Right to Keep and Bear Arms.
More South Dakotans may be packing
The number of concealed pistol permits in the state has jumped almost 17 percent since 2006, and one gun shop owner said the election of President-elect Barack Obama has a lot to do with it.
Gunpolicy.org: South Carolina Law Waives Tax in 'First of Its Kind' Gun Sale Promotion
South Carolina Law Waives Tax in 'First of Its Kind' Gun Sale Promotion
Hunters and collectors can save some money on gun purchases today and Saturday as the state waives sales taxes on firearms. The...
South Carolina To Have Tax Free Holiday For Gun Sales
Most people are probably unaware of it, but on the Friday and Saturday after Thanksgiving, handguns, rifles and shotguns will be sales tax free in South Carolina. State lawmakers passed a bill in June that includes the sales tax holiday on...
South Carolina Recognizes Right-to-Carry Permits!
The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED) has added Virginia, Florida and Kentucky to the list of states whose valid Right-to-Carry (RTC) permits will now be recognized in South Carolina.
NRA-ILA: South Carolina Legislature Overrides Governor's Veto of Tax Holiday for Firearm Purchases!
South Carolina Legislature Overrides Governor's Veto of Tax Holiday for Firearm Purchases!
Thanks to your efforts, the South Carolina House and Senate voted this week to override Governor Mark...
South Carolina Man Had 83 Illegal Guns, Pipe Bombs: Son Turned Him In
WALHALLA -- The Oconee County Sheriff's Office filed charges Monday against a 64-year-old Westminster man in connection with a cache of weapons confiscated by local and federal authorities last week. Sheriff's...
South Carolina Reciprocity Measure Signed by Governor!
On Monday, June 16, Governor Mark Sanford (R) signed H 3212, the Right-to-Carry reciprocity bill. In spite of an extremely crowded legislative schedule, the South Carolina House and Senate came to terms on a bill that will extend gun...
South Carolina Governor Vetoes Tax Holiday for Firearms!
On Wednesday June 10, Governor Mark Sanford (R) vetoed S 1143, a bill that among other things would have allowed for a "tax holiday" from the sales for any firearm sold during a predetermined 48 hour window...