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Discussion in 'General Handgun Discussion' started by invicta8926, Jul 4, 2012.
Also curious, I'll be there in october carrying as well.
I just called S.C. police dept. I was directed to www.sled.com, pretty much sucks for us though but read it for yourself.
If you are residents of SC you have no problem...................
They acknowledge my KY CCDW permit, wondering if carrying into a restaurant is ok. It is in ky, I will call.
Don't know about S.C. But overall, most people freak out when they see a sidearm on someone other than a LEO.
I am a former cop, and I never wear open carry now as a civilian. It just causes too many problems, plus it takes away any element of surprise. Just my opinion.
Being from Georgia, it is impossible for me to carry legally in South
Carolina. We have beaches in Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi,
Lousiana and Texas. What's so special about South Carolina? Oh,
yeah, I forgot North Carolina, a wonderful state. They have the Outer
Banks! If you've never been to the Outer Banks of NC, you have
really missed a great experience!
Being from SC and a firearms instructor it is not legal to carry in any restaurant that serves alcohol for on premises consumption. However they are trying to pass a bill that changes this for restaurants. And no from wat ive heard the Georgia permit is not recognized due to the fact that there is an 8 hour mandatory class you must take here and you can get the permit with ease in Ga. Correct me if im wrong thanks
What can you learn in 8 hours that you didn't learn in elementary school?
Are you kidding me or anyone else with this crap? Just because you are
not capable of just looking at a firearm and seeing the obvious aspects
of how it operates, does not mean that everyone else is a total idiot.
The truth is that you greedy people want to make a profit from anything
that comes along! I can get a Florida license if I take the same course as
required of a Florida resident, yet SC will not recognize a Florida license
of a non-Florida resident. Does that make any sense to the sensible?
We don't mind SC making money. Just make it possible for Georgia
citizens to be accepted as your allies and not your enemies!
Edit: You said: (paraphrasing) From what I've heard, Georgia licenses are
not recognized ....... Don't you know the facts? You are an instructor by
your own admission or claim or whatever! How do you teach without
knowing the factual aspects of the law?!?
Listen i was not downing Ga by no means and i never said one thing disrepectful to you.
And heard that was the reasoning behind it... i know for a fact that SC DOES NOT RECOGNIZE GA. BUT GA DOES NOT RECOGNIZE SC CWP EITHER.
SO KEEP YOUR OPINION TO YOUR SELF ..BECAUSE THE NRA AND SLED RECOCGNIZE ME AS AN INTRUCTOR.
O well then
Thanks for stating your opinion before reading in detail.
You stopped your quote from my reply a little early..... not recognized due to the fact .... i rest my case
Please think twice before disrespecting people who simply try to answer your or anyone elses questions
He never said he was a lawyer. There's no need to be disrespectful
to other members and your post sounded pretty hostile to me.
Not at all impressed Dr. Phil. Is that piece of paper supposed to mean
something? Not in Georgia. Sorry I upset you.
trex, I wasn't trying to be hostile. SC residents can get a non resident
Florida license and legally carry in Georgia. South Carolina has totally
blocked Georgia residents from carrying there. I guess I am a little
touchy on this topic. Sorry.
NRA Certified Insts. are well trained to help gun owners go thru the political jungle. This NRA Inst. did not ask for anything. He was being a professional and a Gentilmen. He he did not write the law. Your thanks for his help would have reflected well on your rearing.
NRA Certified Handgun Inst.
Wyoming Hunter Safety Inst.
I'm sorry but the NRA has tried on more than one occasion to interfere
with pro gun legislation in Georgia, merely to monopolize training and
force more government control over our 2A protected God given right
to bear arms. I will not apologize for defending that right.
What part of "shall not be infringed" does anyone not understand?
My dad taught me. I taught my kids and now my kids are teaching
their kids. That's called LIFE.
NRA certified does not restrict me to only teaching in SC. thank you.
Im trying to prove a point you totally tried to trash my name an credibility when i simply answered a question that you asked.
There is no need to treat people this way.
You could just do yourself a favor. Place your firearm in a latchable compartment in your vehicle being glove box center console as long as it latches does not need to lock and pass right through our beautiful state. Then you wont have to be so worked up over nothing.
Every post you have made in reguards to this has shown your bias opinion and lack of respect for your fellow American.
Not just anyone should be licensed to carry a firearm. I feel safer knowing that the people in my state have the training they have in order to carry.
I myself have paid my dues and refuse to be talked to as if i were nobody.
im glad to see there are still respectable people in our society
I'm not trying to be confrontational as to Phil's character. I'm sure
he is a great instructor, BUT, if anyone takes on the responsibility
of carrying a weapon, he/she should know the laws of any State
they choose to carry in. The word of an instructor, LE friend or
anyone else who is advising you, will NOT keep you out of jail
if you don't personally know the State statutes and act accordingly.
As to Phil's comment to just pass on thru SC, I have absolutely no
need nor desire to enter SC. It's just many Georgians do need to
visit SC, and many have expressed my feelings on this subject.
If I have upset anyone about my 2A rights, please be assured it
was totally intentional.