The State newspaper recently ran an article about Richland County looking into creating gun ordinances. There was great discussion among the SC Carry board about this article. We decided it needed to be addressed. One of our board reached out to the reporter who wrote the article, and he did a follow-up article. Here is… Read more »
Thank you to Dan Roberts, who brought this article to my attention today. Although this is not within the state of South Carolina, where our organization focuses our efforts, it could greatly affect all things firearms related if anything comes to pass with this legislation. This same legislation has been introduces twice previously. Please take… Read more »
The South Carolina Carry, Inc. (SC Carry) board of directors has added Dr. Anselmo Nuñez to the board of directors during their May board meeting. Dr. Nuñez was chosen to be added to the board for his dedication to firearms education, safety, belief in preserving firearms rights for law-abiding citizens, and executive leadership experience. A… Read more »
South Carolina Carry, Inc. (SC Carry) has planned an event to draw attention to ongoing efforts to enact open carry legislation in South Carolina for all law-abiding residents.
During his speech this morning, Mr. O’Rourke stated, “…we campaigned on this, that weapons, designed, engineered and sold to the United States military for the express purpose of killing people as effectively, efficiently, and in as great a number as possible, should not be sold any longer.”
Gun Owners of America Files Suit Against ATF’s Bump Stock Regulations
One of our members alerted me to this CBS news story about the AR15. Their story illuminates the differences in the 9 mm projectile vs the AR15 projectile. They failed to identify whether that was a .223 or .556 round. The journalist who put together the story stated that they were approaching it from a… Read more »
South Carolina Carry Board Elects New President and Vice President Greenville, SC – The South Carolina Carry, Inc. (SC Carry) board of directors elected Sherra Scott as the board president and James Moffitt as vice-president during their June board meeting. Scott was chosen by the board for her dedication to firearms education, safety, belief in… Read more »