North Carolina House Approves Expanded Concealed Carry Locations

North Carolina House Approves Expanded Concealed Carry Locations
North Carolina House Approves Expanded Concealed Carry Locations

The North Carolina House has approved House Bill 111 that allows carrying in restaurants that server alcohol as well as public parks. The bill does, unfortunately, allow municipalities to prohibit carry in parks connected to ball fields and public swimming pools.

Businesses can still post signs that prohibit carry in their establishments, which in NC, carry the weight of law.

Source: WRAL

Source: NRA-ILA

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John

Finally! Still more work to be done!

PaulM1951

At Last

Guntech30

this is a state law not a municipalities law. got to make it uniform. but its a good start

frank nitti

what if your state park has a lake, not a pool are you still able to carry there