When Travis Draper was killed in South Carolina on 5 August, everyone thought it was a murder. It was self-defense. The evidence was overwhelming.
Correction to the AmmoLand article on HB3094 of South Carolina. Some provisions about Second Amendment sanctuary were included from HB3096, in error.
The South Carolina House has concurred with the Senate amendments to HB3094. The open carry with permit, plus amendments, will go to Governor McMaster.
After a setback in the Senate Judiciary Committee, Open Carry with Training, HB 3094, is recalled to the Senate floor for debate.
A breakthrough may be happening in South Carolina’s move to incrementally restore Second Amendment rights.
In South Carolina, both open carry and Constitutional Carry bills have been sitting in the Senate Judiciary Committee. The Chair of the committee is Luke Rankin.
South Carolina has two bills in progress to restore Second Amendment rights in the state. One is for licensed open carry of handguns. The other is for Constitutional Carry.
The South Carolina legislature is considering permitted open carry in bill HB 52. The bill is likely to pass the House but will need to Senate leadership to be placed on the Senate calendar.
In response to the COVID-19 crisis, Governor Henry McMaster issued an Executive yesterday to shut down “non-essential” businesses, effective 5PM, April 1st.
An Extreme Risk Protection Order Bill (ERPO) has been submitted in the gun friendly State of South Carolina. What YOU can do to stop it!
At the 2017 Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA) National Convention, QDMA presented its Ambassador Award to Stu Lewis of Bradley, S.C.
Under Kodama’s leadership, the SCFC has been a key partner for the National Wild Turkey Federation earning the Land Stewardship Award in 2011.
Weapons could be carried, openly or concealed, at the NRA Meeting in Atlanta in 2017…. Except for the venue for President Trump’s speech.
H. 3930, a Constitutional Carry bill is on the move in South Carolina. On March 9th, it passed the Judiciary Constitutional Laws Subcommittee.
Texas and South Carolina are considering bills to allow first responders to be armed on the job. Kansas has already enacted such a law.
Turns out at least one apparently was armed. What does one do against an armed 15 year old?
A 32-year-old pulled out a gun after an argument with another man & fired rounds toward a crowd that had gathered out in front of the club.
Events last week in South Carolina presented just one more example of a good guy with a gun stopping a bad guy with a gun.
The South Carolina Senate has still not yet acted on H. 3799, the Georgia-only Right-to-Carry reciprocity bill; however, H. 3799 may be taken up for consideration at any time next week.
TriStar Arms was a proud sponsor of South Carolina’s Department of Natural Resources’ Second Annual Youth Shooting Clay Open held on March 5.