NRA Working to Fix North Carolina Gun Laws
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The majority of the filing deadlines have passed for firearm-related legislation to be introduced in North Carolina, and there are a number of important bills that NRA will be following and promoting. First, and foremost, is House Bill 562, which is an omnibus bill that seeks to make numerous improvements to North Carolina’s firearm laws. For several months, NRA has been working directly with Representatives Jacqueline Schaffer (R-105) and Justin Burr (R-67) on the content of this legislation, offering input on both general concepts as well as specific language. NRA is continuing to look for ways to improve H 562, but the current pro-gun bill is quite comprehensive.
Among other things, this legislation seeks to:
- Repeal the requirement that law-abiding citizens must obtain a permit from their local sheriff before acquiring a handgun
- Improve the existing Range Protection Law, which would help to protect shooting ranges from new local ordinances designed to shut them down [read more]
Via – RAM Arms