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What are the local gun laws In Raleigh NC?
Rhiannon

Posted on 07/04/2006 9:38:03 AM PDT by Rhiannon

Freepers! What are the local gun laws for carrying in car and in hotel in Raleigh NC? I am thinking of attending Trinoc SF conference in July and the rules said no arms. I am not sure if that means can't leave my weapon in car or hotel room or just at the conference.


TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Culture/Society; Miscellaneous; US: North Carolina
KEYWORDS: 2ndamendm; bamglist; bang; ent; guns

1 posted on 07/04/2006 9:38:05 AM PDT by Rhiannon
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To: Rhiannon; Constitution Day
... the rules said no arms.

Sure you're not looking at a BIID convention?

;-)

(Happy Fourth of July!)

2 posted on 07/04/2006 9:43:40 AM PDT by dighton
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To: Rhiannon

Try here:

http://www.packing.org/


3 posted on 07/04/2006 9:44:59 AM PDT by claudiustg (¡En español, por favor!)
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To: Rhiannon
Also here -

http://www.nraila.org/gunlaws/

Scroll down and click on NC

No political subdivisions, boards, or agencies of the state nor any county, city, municipality, municipal corporation, town, township, village, nor any department or agency thereof, may enact ordinances, rules or regulations concerning legally carrying a concealed handgun. This does not prohibit a unit of local government from posting against carrying where state law forbids concealed firearms, on local government buildings, their appurtenant premises, and parks. Unless otherwise permitted by statute, no county or municipality, by ordinance, resolution, or other enactment, shall regulate in any manner the possession, ownership, storage, transfer, sale, purchase, licensing, or registration of firearms, ammunition, components of firearms, dealers in firearms, or dealers in handgun components or parts.

4 posted on 07/04/2006 9:48:56 AM PDT by NCjim (The more I use Windows, the more I love UNIX)
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To: Rhiannon

NC has conceal carry reciprocity with the following states:

AL, AK, AZ, AR, CO, DE, FL, GA, ID, IN, KY, LA, MI, MS, MT, NH, OH, OK, PA, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VA, WA, WY

If you have a CCW, you can conceal your gun. If you do not, it must be secure in your trunk, or carried in the open.

In North Carolina, concealed handguns may not be carried:

-In law enforcement or correctional facilities such as a prison;
-In financial institutions such as a bank;
-In any space occupied by state or federal employees, including state and federal courthouses;
-In schools or on school grounds;
-In areas of assemblies, parades, funerals or demonstrations;
-In any place where alcoholic beverages are sold and consumed (such as some restaurants);
-In any area where concealed handguns are prohibited by federal law;
-In any place of business that has posted a sign banning concealed weapons on its premises;
-By any person while consuming alcohol or while under the influence of alcohol or any controlled substances (unless obtained legally and taken as directed by a physician).

To possess a concealed handgun in North Carolina, you must:

-Carry your permit and a valid form of identification with you at all times.
-Disclose the fact that you have a valid concealed handgun permit when you are approached or addressed by any law enforcement officer in North Carolina
-Inform the officer that you are in possession of a concealed handgun.
-Present both the permit and valid identification at the request of an officer

NOTE: You should not attempt to display either your weapon or your permit unless directed to by an officer.


5 posted on 07/04/2006 10:56:05 AM PDT by TaxRelief (Wal-Mart: Keeping my family on-budget since 1993.)
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To: Rhiannon

Go ahead and pack anyway - the only way they could catch you was if someone was caring a *working* trocorder set to detect lead.....


6 posted on 07/04/2006 2:13:12 PM PDT by ASOC (The phrase "What if" or "If only" are for children.)
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To: Rhiannon

Go ahead and pack anyway - the only way they could catch you was if someone was caring a *working* trocorder set to detect lead.....


7 posted on 07/04/2006 2:13:14 PM PDT by ASOC (The phrase "What if" or "If only" are for children.)
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To: dighton

Egad!
I must admit I've never heard of that disorder. Creepy.


I had a great Independence Day, which fell at the end of a four-day weekend. Hope yours was great too!


8 posted on 07/05/2006 6:50:19 AM PDT by Constitution Day (Down with Half-Assery!)
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bump


9 posted on 07/08/2006 5:11:21 AM PDT by evad
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