H3013 & H3341 pre-filed by Rep. Gilliard.
H3010 & H3011 pre-filed by Rep. Cobb-Hunter.
Maybe one day I’ll get more comfortable in front of the camera, but I’m not a professional and I didn’t stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night, so you get what you get. Ha ha!
We have all heard the phrase “ignorance of the law is no excuse.” Most often we hear this from law enforcement officers during a traffic stop when we have done something like make a U-turn somewhere it is not permitted. Although we rarely think of this phrase when discussing firearms, we should really recognize the… Read more »
The issue of Charleston County Parks having signage and information on their website prohibiting the legal carry of firearms has been an issue that South Carolina Carry has been addressing for several months. Senator Shane Martin requested an opinion from the South Carolina Attorney General’s Office on the matter. Although the AG’s office issued an… Read more »
South Carolina Carry has been contacted several times over the past year about no-carry signage at South Carolina State Parks and wording on their website stating the prohibition of concealed/open carry on state park premises. The board has been working on getting this situation resolved with the South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation & Tourism…. Read more »
With the recent efforts in Washington D.C. to introduce new gun laws in the US, it’s important that all Americans be aware of the facts concerning the current gun laws in the United States. BACKGROUND CHECKS 18 U.S. Code § 922 covers just a portion of the Federal Firearms Regulations. Included in this section of… Read more »
SC Carry is extremely saddened and dismayed by the recent events in Buffalo, New York, and Uvalde, Texas. This is an emotional time for all of us because we all recognize evil when we see it and these events can be described no other way. Although many politicians will take this opportunity to seek more… Read more »
The South Carolina Senate is considering S. 150, the South Carolina Compassionate Care Act. A bill that would permit the sale of cannabis products under specified conditions.