Sherra Scott

  • H3013 & H3341 pre-filed by Rep. Gilliard.

    • Thank you for taking the time to bring these bills to our attention. I love how they are trying to define “Assault weapons”. Sort of like they are trying to define “Gun violence” in the media. I guess the thinking is that if they repeat themselves multiple times that it will become the standard for conversations. We the people need to calmly educate them with regard to what the second amendment says and means. Patriots in the Charleston and surrounding areas need to communicate with their representatives about how they feel about these pre-filed bills. Say No to these bills and do not back down.

  • H3010 & H3011 pre-filed by Rep. Cobb-Hunter.

    • I do not like and do not support either of these bills. But in the interest of full picture two notes:
      1 – FBI Background checks are not required to satisfactorily complete a 4473 for SC CWP Holders. 4473 Block 29 records the CWP info and exempts the need for a check with the FBI.
      2 – 4473’s are filed only in the FFL dealer’s files – so there is no current notification of anyone that an individual has received a firearm. 4473s must eventually be sent to the ATF when the business closes – so they do eventually get to the government. Exception: When two or more handguns are transferred to an individual within 5 consecutive business days – a special report (Form 3310.4) must be filed with local police and the ATF with the individual’s data and the handguns data.

  • 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!

  • 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. […]

  • 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 […]

  • At a January meeting, the South Carolina Carry, Inc. (SC Carry) board of directors elected Mike Duralia as the new board president.

    The previous president, Sherra Scott, stepped down last month but will remain […]

  • Monday, September 20, 2021, at 8 PM Eastern, South Carolina Carry will be hosting an interactive, online meeting for you to give your input on what YOU want SC Carry to focus on in the upcoming half of the SC […]

  • SC Carry President Sherra Scott and Board Member Randy Jones attended the ceremonial signing of H3094, the Open Carry with Training Act, at Palmetto State Armory in Greenville Friday, August 13, 2021. The open […]

    • Great day for SC. No fee for permit or renewals. Now go after off limit and restricted areas

    • I am so glad that we had representation at this event. This will go a long way for us to get name recognition in the state. Way to go Sherra Scott and Randy Jones ! I wish I could have been there.

    • Bobby Cox gave SC Carry a plug in his speech. Great job Randy Jones for your hard work. No doubt your presence July 22nd made that happen.

    • As summer rolls into September, I have to wonder, what legislation are we pushing forward in Columbia this Fall? Constitutional Carry is a possibility, but it seems to me we need some quick wins first. Examples would include correcting some of the issues that have arisen as a result of the passage of the open carry with training legislation in the last session, such are restoring the requirement for uniform, standard signage, restoration of the anti-confiscation provisions that were muddied, and at the very least, requiring signage at every entry point to a permitted festival where gun control has been enacted by the municipality, or outright striking of this provision from the law altogether.

      What other ideas do you have? We need to be working with the legislators NOW to get these on the docket for the fall session.

  • While this subject is not specifically about South Carolina law, it is an issue that directly affects tens of thousands of South Carolina firearms owners, so we felt the need to share it. The following was […]

  • Have you taken your CWP class but not turned in your application yet? READ THIS!!!

    SLED has released new guidance on how they will be processing CWP applications before & after August 15th. If you were […]

  • The Open Carry with Training Bill (H3094) [full current text of bill with all accepted amendments here] will be on the House calendar for Wednesday, May 12, 2021. The House convenes at 10 AM on […]

  • This is where the Open Carry bill is right now. It DID pass the Senate with several amendments. I personally don’t think there’s anything that would give the House heartburn to concur with. There were several […]

    • This seems surreal to me. Now my hopes are rising. Let’s hope nothing happens to derail this in the House.

    • Why do we need any bills for this? Why can’t the governor just follow the Constitution? Why cant we just follow the Second Amendment as written? The Right To Bear Arms, Shale Not Be Infringed! How hard is that to understand?

      A Right, is no longer a Right, if you have to get permission from a bureaucrat to exercise it.

  • Well, this week has been interesting. H3094 received a strange 2nd reading for a contested bill and several amendments were adopted, but it will now go into DAY 3 of amendments & debate. It HAS however […]

    • I have already ordered my new OWB holster. Cannot wait to be able take my coat or vest off and sit down comfortably to a bowl of SC grits in a breakfast restaurant booth.

  • Thank you! It’s difficult for us to be on all the social platforms, and we rely on our members and followers to help spread the word. As an all volunteer organization, we just don’t have the resources to be able to be everywhere. Thank you for helping get the word out!

  • The 2nd part of the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee hearing for H3094 is scheduled for THURSDAY, April 29, 2021 at 9:30 AM in the Gressette Building Room 207. If you can’t be there in person, there will be a live […]

    • I am only on Gab but have posted it wherever I could asking people to contact their Senators.
      Other states are passing Constitutional Carry and so should South Carolina!
      As you say: “This is our chance”!

      • Thank you! It’s difficult for us to be on all the social platforms, and we rely on our members and followers to help spread the word. As an all volunteer organization, we just don’t have the resources to be able to be everywhere. Thank you for helping get the word out!

  • Public comment on H3094, the Open Carry with Training Act, was heard this morning in a subcommittee of the South Carolina Senate Judiciary Committee. The committee was not able to get through all the people […]

  • South Carolina H3094, the Open Carry with Training Act, is FINALLY scheduled for a hearing in the Senate Subcommittee Tuesday, April 27, 2021 at 9:30 AM in Room 105 of the Grissette Building. PLEASE try to […]

  • The Constitutional Carry bill (H3096) passed the 2nd reading on the House floor. It was amended with what was named the “Constitutional Carry/Second Amendment Preservation Act.” The current, amended version […]

  • The South Carolina Constitutional Carry Act of 2021 (H3096) is to be debated on the floor in the South Carolina House Wednesday, April 7, 2021. The House session is scheduled to start at 10 AM. I would wager […]

  • South Carolina bill H3094, known as the Open Carry With Training Act, has received the first reading in the South Carolina Senate and has been sent to the Senate Judiciary Committee. Now is the time to […]

    • This is typically where most 2A friendly bills go to die. Everyone reading this should be contacting the Senate Judiciary committee members now. I can guarantee you Moms Demand Action will be filling up their inboxes and flooding their voice mail. The time for action is NOW!!

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