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Heading To NC Next Weekend

Discussion in 'Carolina Glockers' started by USC78, Oct 6, 2007.

  1. USC78

    USC78

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    If I have a concealed weapon permit from a state that NC recognizes, will I be within the law there if I have my Glock in a locked console in my vehicle? I know that some states require that the weapon be in plain sight of law enforcement if you are stopped. I assumed with the CW permit, that that wouldn't apply. Any info. would be helpful - - -
     
  2. cbr600

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    If you're licensed and your state has reciprocity with NC you should be fine with it in the console or glove box. I have a NC permit and I've been stopped at checkpoints with no problems. (Note that NC law requires you to inform the police officer you have a license and are armed.)

    An unlicensed person has to have the handgun in plain sight, which may make a traffic stop a bit tense. :nailbiting: