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Online CCW Applications Come to North Carolina County

Online CCW Applications Come to North Carolina County

Beginning on June 13th, residents of Pitt County, North Carolina will be able to apply for concealed carry permits via an online application. The goal of the new application is faster turnover times and a reduction in cost and paperwork. ”It has always been our mission to provide the greatest customer service to the citizens…

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North Carolina CCW Permit Applications Up

North Carolina CCW Permit Applications Up

North Carolina residents are showing a growing interest in concealed carry, with applications for the state's permit on the rise several years running. As of the closure of 2015, 478,334 North Carolinians held CCW permits issued by that state. In demographic terms, one in twenty NC residents may legally carry a concealed handgun. This rate…

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Women are packing heat and learning how to shoot

Women Are Packing Heat and Learning How to Shoot

Sarah Moore walked out of her real estate office a few weeks back and caught a glimpse of a stranger leaping over a hedge of boxwoods, making a quick pace toward her. Scrambling on high heels, she managed to her car, slamming the door just before his face pressed against the window. The next day…

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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…

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North Carolina HB 111 Restaurant Carry Bill

Urgent: North Carolina HB 111 Restaurant Carry Bill

HB 111 in the North Carolina House would enable concealed handgun permit holders to protect themselves in restaurants, and in both municipal and state parks. House members need to hear from you ASAP: Even if you have already contacted them, do so again. There are still a few problems getting the Republican caucus to hang…

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