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SC Concealed Weapon Lic Question

Discussion in 'Carolina Glockers' started by ChiefWPD, Dec 28, 2008.

  1. ChiefWPD


    Dec 25, 2004
    My wife and I would like a winter place in SC for when I retire in a couple of years (we like the Aiken area a great deal). Am I correct in understanding that a part-time resident of SC can now apply for a concealed weapons permit?

    And, yes I know that so long as I am within my 12 month qualification cycle I'm covered in SC (through the Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act, so called). None the less, if I have a place down in that state I'd like a permit for it as well, just in case. For the record I have permits for FL, New Hampshire and PA, even though I "don't need them."

    Thanks all! :wavey:

    OK, went to the SLED site and found out that a person must first own property in order to qualify for an out of state permit.

    I'll have to make sure both my wife and I are listed as the owners when I finally buy something!
  2. honkey


    Dec 20, 2008
    In a house
    Well I know that by having that N.H. CWP, you can also carry in Georgia. I know that has nothing to do w/ the question you asked, but I thought that might be helpful. I live in southern Anderson county about 10 miles from the GA line. Had to apply for the N.H. license to be able to carry in GA.

  3. Glockrunner

    Glockrunner HOOYA DEEPSEA

    Sep 10, 2001