NC CCH Permit Online Applications (by County)

One of our students recently brought to my attention that both Carteret and Craven County Sheriffs’ Departments had put their CCH permit application online. I knew that there were a few of them that had gone this route, but I didn’t know how many. There are now 33 Counties that do. I’m sure that many […]

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So….You think your neighborhood is safe?

You know, all the time, I hear of folks here locally who leave their doors unlocked, cars unlocked, and so on.  You see them in the store, texting away, oblivious to their surroundings.  Packing the SUV with groceries, without regard to the car that pulled in beside them.  In our classes, we teach 360° awareness […]

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From the Carteret County Sheriff’s Dept…

This is a new procedure.  I have personally verified this with Detective H. Pendergrass by phone today.  These charges are for your mental health record check.  The Sheriff’s department nor the State sees none of this.  This merely pays the person doing the research.  Below is an excerpt from the Carteret County Sheriff Department website […]

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H937 Signed into NC Law

Thank you to the North Carolina General Assembly and Governor McCrory!  The Concealed Carry Handgun (CCH) permittees are going to be much better off and North Carolina will be a much safer place to live.  House Bill 937 was signed Monday, July 29th and goes into effect this fall. Here is a summary of the […]

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Sweeping Changes to North Carolina’s Firearms Laws

H937 Makes its rounds through Congress It is encouraging to see our lawmakers take a serious look at a long overdue overhaul of the state’s antiquated firearms laws.  Back in 1995, when the North Carolina Concealed Carry Handgun law was first passed, there were sweeping restrictions implemented and many of those restrictions still stand.  A […]

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