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Do we have reciprocity in NC?

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Yes, but research and follow their laws. Signs carry legal weight, and don't get caught in a place that serves alcohol, none at all. As I read it, even an Applebees is off limits. There's also a duty to inform an officer, if you get stopped.
 

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stuk in irak said:
According to the information on this site's "Reciprocity" page, yes.
Gonna see my middle son off he's headed to your location AGAIN. Thanks for the reply
 

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NullMatrix said:
Just don't go carrying in NC when they have a declared state of emergency. Which they seem to do frequently.
Yikes I hope the snow melts before Friday.
 

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If you're going on to Ft. Bragg, or any other military reservation, know the regulation for that facility. None will allow carry. Some will allow transport of an unloaded firearm, if say the weapon's in the trunk, and the ammo's in the glove compartment. No two posts are the same.
 

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slammy said:
Do we have reciprocity in NC?

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Yes i was there and CC only though
 

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the state of emergency might be in effect till new years...also bans the sale of booze and other things...i guees the bordering states will increase their sales if so
 

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Wow just printed out NC carry laws, what a mess, they need an organization like GCO.

Open carry is kinda legal unless someone calls the police then you can be charged with "going armed to the terror of the people" :screwy:
 

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slammy said:
Wow just printed out NC carry laws, what a mess, they need an organization like GCO.

Open carry is kinda legal unless someone calls the police then you can be charged with "going armed to the terror of the people" :screwy:
not so much...open carry is not a sufficient reason for GATTOP
 

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slammy said:
Wow just printed out NC carry laws, what a mess, they need an organization like GCO.

Open carry is kinda legal unless someone calls the police then you can be charged with "going armed to the terror of the people" :screwy:
not so much...open carry is not a sufficient reason for GATTOP
Thought I read that somewhere...... here http://www.ncrpa.org/ccwfaq.htm
 

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slammy said:
rmodel65 said:
slammy said:
Wow just printed out NC carry laws, what a mess, they need an organization like GCO.

Open carry is kinda legal unless someone calls the police then you can be charged with "going armed to the terror of the people" :screwy:
not so much...open carry is not a sufficient reason for GATTOP
Thought I read that somewhere...... here http://www.ncrpa.org/ccwfaq.htm
you can be charged with anything...but from case law stuff ive read on OCDO its not a real reason..you gotta be threatening the public to get that charge rightfully
 

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rmodel65 said:
slammy said:
Wow just printed out NC carry laws, what a mess, they need an organization like GCO.

Open carry is kinda legal unless someone calls the police then you can be charged with "going armed to the terror of the people" :screwy:
not so much...open carry is not a sufficient reason for GATTOP
THIS

I was stationed in NC and OC'd a lot. There are 3 conditions that ALL must be met before being charged with GATTOP. You must intend to cause terror, You must be carrying a deadly weapon, and you must be going out on the public highways (up for interpretation). Not to mention it is not an NC statute. It is an old common law that has been on the books for a LONG time.
 
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