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North Carolina House Bill 86

I appreciate the folks on reddit/firearms keeping me up to date on the latest attempts at communist gun control in the North Carolina House of Representatives.  H.B. 86 is summarized as follows. AN ACT TO REQUIRE A PERMIT FOR THE PURCHASE OF AN ASSAULT WEAPON OR LONG GUN; TO REQUIRE A 72-HOUR WAITING PERIOD BEFORE A PURCHASED  FIREARM MAY BE DELIVERED OR OTHERWISE POSSESSED; TO PROHIBIT THE SALE OF AN ASSAULT WEAPON OR LONG GUN TO PERSONS UNDER A CERTAIN AGE; TO PROHIBIT THE SALE OR POSSESSIO...
Tags: Maryland, Israel, Military, House, Gun Control, North Carolina, Michael Lewis, Samuel, Babylon, Jonathan, Saul, Philistines, Babylonians, North Carolina Senate, Wicomico County, North Carolina Gun Laws


North Carolina Republican Inaction On Gun Bills

Via WoG, this: ‘Hunting & Fishing’ ballot initiative: a thin veil covering the GOP’s apathy toward gun owners… Other organizations may be happy with a hunting and fishing ballot initiative posing as pro-gun legislation, but we at GRNC are not fooled by a wispy, token gesture in the absence of real pro-gun legislative action. Second Amendment voters like you played a pivotal role in Republicans gaining and maintaining a supermajority in the NC legislature, but how has Republican leadership repaid...
Tags: Facebook, Senate, Military, Gop, Gun Control, Republican, North Carolina, CHP, Cleo, NC, GOP Senate, Phil Berger, Tim Moore, Dallas Woodhouse, NC House, GRNC


AR-15s Still Popular In North Carolina

Citizen Times: “I don’t think we’ll take up gun legislation of any type,” said state Rep. Chuck McGrady, a Henderson County Republican first elected to the General Assembly in 2010, the same year Republicans established control of the body. “To get to a different place on guns, you’d have to have a different mix of legislators — it’s a pretty conservative state,” McGrady said. “I do anticipate we’ll be putting some monies into the school safety issue.” That would revolve around “hardening” scho...
Tags: Florida, Military, Gun Control, North Carolina, Donald Trump, Turner, General Assembly, Henderson County, Cooper, Cleo, McGrady, Roy Cooper, Tar Heel State, Brian Turner, Chuck McGrady, Chris Cooper


Good Primer On North Carolina Gun Laws

Seldom does any newspaper in North Carolina do anything but a hatchet job on gun laws, but the News and Observer has actually done a service outlining where the gun owner stands in North Carolina, good and bad. When it comes to domestic violence, North Carolina has stronger gun control rules in some circumstances, and weaker rules in other circumstances. North Carolina bans people with even a misdemeanor domestic violence conviction from getting a concealed carry permit, and in some cases the co...
Tags: Guns, Military, North Carolina, South Carolina, Durham, Pat, Firearms, Pat Mccrory, Raleigh, Cleo, Wallace, McCrory, Observer, NFA, North Carolina General Assembly, Roy Cooper


North Carolina Constitutional Carry Bill: It’s Not All That It Seems

WRAL.com: Raleigh, N.C. — A House committee voted Wednesday in favor of a bill that would eliminate North Carolina’s requirement that people obtain a permit to carry a concealed weapon. House Bill 746 creates “parity” for people who are allowed to carry guns openly but suddenly find themselves on the wrong side of the law if they put on a jacket and cover up their holstered sidearms simply because they lack a concealed carry permit, said sponsor Rep.Chris Millis, R-Pender. “This bill would all...
Tags: Guns, Military, House, Gun Control, Bill, North Carolina, CHP, Charlotte, Firearms, Cleo, WRAL, Millis, GRNC, North Carolina Gun Laws, North Carolina Constitutional Carry, Chris Millis R Pender


An Open Letter To North Carolina State Senators On The New Mental Health Screening For Handgun Purchases

By way of background for my readers, North Carolina has an antiquated system of laws for handgun purchases, based on Jim Crow era thinking, that requires the County LEO to pass judgment on the fitness of an individual to purchase a handgun.  For a concealed handgun permit, I had to submit to not only a background check, but also turn over my medical records to the County Sheriff (as if criminals will care about such nuisances if they intend to commit a crime with a handgun).  But with no fanfare...
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