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Bill to allow concealed weapons without permit dies for year

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) – Legislation to let people carry a concealed weapon without a permit has died for the year in South Carolina. A Senate subcommittee took no action on two bills Thursday, deciding it would be better to hold more hearings on them after the Legislature adjourns next week. One bill would eliminate the requirement for[…]

Read More By CCA of NC | May 29th, 2015 | CC News

Concealed carry permits soar amid political, safety fears

After a couple of break-ins and with her husband out of town on business at times, Kim Smith Worley decided to take her safety into her own hands. Just as millions of other Americans have in recent years, she bought a gun and got her concealed carry permit, which allows her to legally carry the weapon on[…]

Read More By CCA of NC | May 26th, 2015 | CC News

HE PUSHED FORWARD: Brave Garland Police Officer Advanced As He Brought Down Garland Terrorists

More details are beginning to emerge about the incompetent Islamic terrorist attack on a free speech event held by the American Freedom Defense Initiative (AFDI) in Garland, Texas Sunday. Bearing Arms readers have asked for more details about how the actual shooting went down, and about the Garland police officer who used his duty sidearm to defeat[…]

Read More By CCA of NC | May 8th, 2015 | CC News

Police: Man shoots, kills would-be carjacker outside store

OREM, Utah (AP) — A shopper with a concealed weapons permit shot and killed a man who was trying to carjack a woman Saturday outside a Utah grocery store, officers said. The man told police he went to assist the woman, and the 27-year-old male suspect lunged at him in an attempt to grab his gun. The[…]...

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Read More By CCA of NC | May 5th, 2015 | CC News

NC House delays action on gun bill with budget addition

A bill that would loosen gun laws in North Carolina got a longer lease on life Wednesday night, when an N.C. House committee voted to add a $20,000 appropriation to the measure. That means the bill will make it past the “crossover” deadline Thursday, under which a non-fiscal bill must pass at least one chamber to be[…]

Read More By CCA of NC | May 1st, 2015 | CC News