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Gun Rights

Proposed Law Would Make North Carolina 12th ‘Constitutional Carry’ State

Written by eaglerising

A new bill has been proposed that would allow citizens who are 18 and older to carry concealed, without a concealed carry license.

Sponsored by Rep. Larry Pittman, House Bill 69 (called the Constitutional Carry Act) would eliminate the need for concealed-carry permits for North Carolinians who carry handguns, but not for larger firearms. Any U.S. citizen 18 years or older would be able to carry a concealed handgun under the proposed legislation, unless otherwise disallowed by state or federal law.

“A gun is a tool,” said Pittman. “It is only as good or bad as the intentions of the person carrying it. Concealed or open carry makes no difference, except that if we can carry concealed, criminals and terrorists have no idea which lawful citizens just might fig…

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