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rns-glock37
10-20-2009, 06:36
i have a valid south carolina ccw permit. i travel to/through north carolina several times a year. my question is with my permit is it legal for me to have my weapon on my person while in the vehicle. also what are the other vehicle requirements in north carolina? thanks

NC Bullseye
10-20-2009, 12:14
Carry on your person while in a vehicle is fine. You must notify LE you are concealed carry permit holder and have one on you if approached. Verbally notify and wait for instructions. Don't try to show either permit or gun till asked. If you don't have a gun on you when approached you don't need to notify. ( I know, some people still ask that last question though)

D-GLOCK17
10-20-2009, 14:05
It is a concealed weapon permit for SC but honored by some other states. NC is one that honors it so yes you can carry it concealed. That is the purpose... I work live in SC, but work in NC. I think you can find the Reciprocity list at the site below: or you can go to the SLED website.

http://www.handgunlaw.us/updates.htm

http://www.nraila.org/GunLaws/Default.aspx

Glockrunner
10-20-2009, 15:34
Here is a start for openers:
http://www.ncga.state.nc.us/EnactedLegislation/Statutes/HTML/ByArticle/Chapter_14/Article_54B.html

This was taken from South Carolina GrassRootss site. I have a link to that at the bottom of my signature.

Read the laws, ask questions and join SCGR www.scfirearms.org

rns-glock37
10-21-2009, 05:06
thanks all for the help. glockrunner as we have discussed on other topics, common sense and the law is not always the same:embarassed:. with that i would rather feel better and ask that ass-ume. by the way i'm joining grassroots today. i'm sending a pm to ask some questions about it. thanks again fellow gts