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North Carolina’s General Assembly is now beginning to consider firearm-related legislation. Several pro-gun reforms have been introduced, and the NRA is working with key legislative supporters to promote those bills that would protect our Right to Keep and Bear Arms and hunting heritage.

Next week, the House Committee on Judiciary Subcommittee A will consider House Bill 17. This bill, introduced by state Representative Justin Burr (R-67), would remove the prohibition on Concealed Handgun Permit (CHP) holders carrying a concealed firearm into any establishment licensed to serve alcohol. In addition, this legislation would make information regarding permittees accessible only to law enforcement. House Judiciary Subcommittee A is scheduled to meet on Wednesday, March 20 at 10:00 AM in Room 1228/1327 (there are two entrances) of the Legislative Building on Jones Street in Raleigh. Please attend this committee meeting to show your support for H17. If you cannot be there, please be sure to contact members of House Judiciary Subcommittee A to urge them to support this critical pro-gun reform.

Senate Bill 28, introduced by state Senator Stan Bingham (R-33), is similar to the provisions of H17 that would provide confidentiality for CHP holders. This bill was heard earlier this year in the Senate Judiciary II Committee, although no vote was taken at the time of their hearing. Please contact members of the Senate Judiciary II Committee and urge them to hear SB 28 again, and to vote in favor of this important protection of privacy for CHP holders.

Last week, state Senator Shirley Randleman (R-30) introduced Senate Bill 201, which would allow for the use of lawfully-possessed suppressors while hunting. This pro-hunting reform is important to help protect hunters from hearing loss and increase accuracy and safety while hunting. It will also help to reduce noise complaints during hunting season. S201 has been referred to the Senate Committee on Agriculture/Environment/Natural Resources, and while it has not been scheduled for a hearing at this time, it may be taken up very soon. Please contact members of this committee and urge them to support S201.

The NRA will continue to work with state legislators on additional pro-gun reforms, including:

Senate Bill 27, introduced by state Senator Stan Bingham (R-33), would allow certain people designated as “School Safety Marshals” to help provide security for public and charter schools. These individuals may be authorized to carry firearms after undergoing training that incorporates “the use of firearms in a crisis situation that may involve unarmed bystanders.” S27 would allow a local board of education or board of directors of a charter school to designate individuals as “School Safety Marshals.”

Senate Bill 59, introduced by state Senator Ronald Rabin (R-12), is similar to S27.

House Bill 49, introduced by state Representative Phil Shepard (R-15), would prohibit employers from imposing restrictions on employees that would not allow the employees to store firearms and/or ammunition in their locked motor vehicle while parked on the employer's property.

Please contact your state Representative and Senator and urge them to work with the NRA to defend your rights as a law-abiding gun owner and sportsman. One of our legislative priorities this session is the passage of a Restaurant Carry bill, such as H17. Please be sure to mention this legislation to your state Senator, and urge her or him to encourage the introduction and passage of a strong Restaurant Carry bill in that chamber.

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You don't ban guns in one big step, and you can't protect them in one either.

Not supporting background checks or training give the appearance of being a radical or crazy. There is no training required in PA. The NRA still spends tons of money here defending the 2nd Amendment.

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Yes T, I am talking about the rapper...

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youtube.c om/watch?v=1jHjLyk9F4s&feature=player_embedded

Ice T on guns.

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Oh c'mon now, does this sound like something someone who is batshit crazy would say:

"I am the Great White Buffalo and I play an American-made Gibson guitar that can blow your head clean off at 100 paces."

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Are you talking about the rapper/actor Ice T, or is that a nickname you just decided to give me because I'm so fucking cool?

If it's the latter, then no, I'm not.

(Ice) T

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IMO Ice T seems to be more tuned to the real message of 2A. Not sure if he is a NRA member or not. If he is one of our members he has not come out openly.

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Ted is a entertainer, they usually do whatever they do with more enthusiasm than most. Mostly because they can.

BTW Ted is not a open carry supporter, he is another 2A supporter that supports special privilege cards. Just in his case it is badge instead of a conceal carry permit.

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ted nugent has more brains then a lot of people on here.....BS

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I'm just fine right here, we had a major win with Black V US in the 4th circuit court. More and more people are telling NRA to go fuck themselves. And the NRA is having to bend on issues such as background checks, and forced training. Something in the past they supported fully. OCDO grows in membership everyday, and more and more people are educated on the backdoor compromises of the NRA that have screwed the second amendment.

In NC we have the right to bear arms without a silly permission slip. That jewel is permanently embedded in NC rights by our NC constitution, and Kerner V State. We laugh at the NRA and the fools that give them money.

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