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Could some of y'all come and help in Carry Issues...

Discussion in 'Carolina Glockers' started by RussP, Apr 28, 2012.

  1. RussP

    RussP Moderator

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    Open carry rights violated.

    Please read on down into the thread before making comments. It doesn't start out real good, and it may, well, it is still lacking a little information at the end.

    We just need more Tarheels' input.

    Thanks...
     
  2. NC Bullseye

    NC Bullseye

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    Russ, I read the entire thread and it has devolved so far down into the weeds that it'd be nearly pointless to add to it.

    The op is most likely going to take the charge of concealed without a permit. It's not uncommon for this to be an issue when the officer can't readily see the firearm. That is why you will see most NC instructors for CHP refer to having it on the passenger seat or dash when the officer approaches.

    There is so much misinformation throughout that thread it needs to be relocked and if you think there is any more to gain, start a new thread.

    Boomhower ( I think that was his board name) had it spot on. He is most likely going to take the charge and that will cost him any chance of ever getting a CHP in NC and he won't be able to purchase any more handguns in NC either most likely. He really needs a well versed lawyer to get him through this.