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#1 Dad2142Dad

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Posted 24 January 2014 - 10:12 AM

 

 

Senator Shealy added, “This was one of my top priorities last year, and was again to start this session. To get this victory straight out of the gate in 2014 is significant. This bill is a confirmation that in South Carolina, we value the right to legally carry a firearm, and our CWP holders should not have their rights trampled by arbitrary restrictions.”
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Posted 24 January 2014 - 04:14 PM

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Posted 24 January 2014 - 04:20 PM

Not law yet. Governor still has to sign:

http://www.greenvill...ts-now-up-Haley


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Posted 24 January 2014 - 11:00 PM

Sounds like the governor will absolutely sign it.
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Posted 25 January 2014 - 08:36 AM

Some how I think she'll sign it 

 

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Posted 25 January 2014 - 01:37 PM

While the restaurant carry prohibition removal is the most talked about part of the bill there are other positive changes to the law.

 

I'm hoping S.L.E.D. is going to distribute a synopsis of the changes and a new exam soon as I have a class Monday and another Saturday.

 

After teaching the core safety concepts the law is the second most important part of the class.


Our right to keep and bear arms - personally - is the essential element of political liberty, without which we would stand as mere slaves of any current administration, as do most of the people in the world today. We treasure our right to be armed, not only as defense against tyrants, but also as defense against evil men acting alone. Our right to defend ourselves against felons by force of arms protects not only our liberty but also - and this is often overlooked - our dignity. Dignity is a word not often used in the Age  of the Wimp, for by definition a wimp has no dignity.  But dignity remains not only desirable but essential to persons of consequence.  This concept is rejected by the socialist, who feels that dignity resides solely in the state. But we Americans are not socialists (at least most of us are not) and we prize our unique status in world society.

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Posted 25 January 2014 - 03:28 PM

Please tell me they will recognize georgias permit? They are the only state around Georgia that doesn't honor georgias.

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Posted 25 January 2014 - 06:49 PM

Nothing about reciprocity in the law at all.  Not sure how that's done.

 

Btw, I got my Utah permit in today's mail so now I'm GTG in 36 states.

 

According to the S.L.E.D. website three states have been added to the list compared to the old list I have;

 

North Dakota, New Mexico, Idaho (Enhanced Only). 

 

Evidently Idaho's "regular" permit does not require much training if any.  The enhanced version requires some or more training.  Only two states recognize the enhanced permit only, South Carolina and Wyoming.  The rest recognize either both or neither.

 

Yeah it's a patchwork between reciprocity and the actual state laws and while a national standard would be preferable I'd hate to see how such a law would look once the dust settled.  The grabbers would most definitely try to load it up with "gotchas" and language unfriendly to the permit holder.


Our right to keep and bear arms - personally - is the essential element of political liberty, without which we would stand as mere slaves of any current administration, as do most of the people in the world today. We treasure our right to be armed, not only as defense against tyrants, but also as defense against evil men acting alone. Our right to defend ourselves against felons by force of arms protects not only our liberty but also - and this is often overlooked - our dignity. Dignity is a word not often used in the Age  of the Wimp, for by definition a wimp has no dignity.  But dignity remains not only desirable but essential to persons of consequence.  This concept is rejected by the socialist, who feels that dignity resides solely in the state. But we Americans are not socialists (at least most of us are not) and we prize our unique status in world society.

Jeff Cooper - Jeff Cooper's Commentaries Volume Nine, No. 7 34/73


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Posted 29 January 2014 - 02:15 AM

Hell yeah!
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Posted 29 January 2014 - 05:24 AM

True. Its just very ddisappointing to see the map and all around ga everyone recognizes my permit but south c. In georgia theres is not training. We dont put limits on basic rights.

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Posted 11 February 2014 - 02:43 PM

It's law.  Governor Haley signed the bill today.


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Our right to keep and bear arms - personally - is the essential element of political liberty, without which we would stand as mere slaves of any current administration, as do most of the people in the world today. We treasure our right to be armed, not only as defense against tyrants, but also as defense against evil men acting alone. Our right to defend ourselves against felons by force of arms protects not only our liberty but also - and this is often overlooked - our dignity. Dignity is a word not often used in the Age  of the Wimp, for by definition a wimp has no dignity.  But dignity remains not only desirable but essential to persons of consequence.  This concept is rejected by the socialist, who feels that dignity resides solely in the state. But we Americans are not socialists (at least most of us are not) and we prize our unique status in world society.

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Posted 19 February 2014 - 05:43 PM

Now! If GA and SC could get a CCW reciprocity agreement....!

That would be great!

I hate having to un-strap when I go to S.C.(to the VA Hospital in Charleston....).

I can carry from GA through GA, FL, AL, MS, LA and TX to El Paso - and all is good. 

I can go from Key West, FL to the UP of Michigan up I-75, no problem!

I go across a bridge 20 miles north (I-95) - not legal - until I get to N.C...

My drivers license is fine in 50 states.  My carry license - not so much....

 

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Posted 22 February 2014 - 11:02 PM

You come to Ralph Johnson MC?  Cool, I'm there too on occasion, I live about 8 miles from it.

 

Give me a yell next time you're headed this way and if you have the time, stop by the range and a shoot a full auto on me. (uh, not at me)


Edited by Squishy, 22 February 2014 - 11:07 PM.

Our right to keep and bear arms - personally - is the essential element of political liberty, without which we would stand as mere slaves of any current administration, as do most of the people in the world today. We treasure our right to be armed, not only as defense against tyrants, but also as defense against evil men acting alone. Our right to defend ourselves against felons by force of arms protects not only our liberty but also - and this is often overlooked - our dignity. Dignity is a word not often used in the Age  of the Wimp, for by definition a wimp has no dignity.  But dignity remains not only desirable but essential to persons of consequence.  This concept is rejected by the socialist, who feels that dignity resides solely in the state. But we Americans are not socialists (at least most of us are not) and we prize our unique status in world society.

Jeff Cooper - Jeff Cooper's Commentaries Volume Nine, No. 7 34/73





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