Do you think North Carolina will be the 13th Constitutional Carry State?
Rep. Larry Pittman, a Republican from Cabarrus County, introduced HB746 in Raleigh Tuesday. Under the bill, North Carolinians who purchase their weapons legally would not be required to obtain a concealed carry permit or go through the training courses.
Larry Hyatt, the owner of Hyatt Coin and Gun, says he is seeing more people interested in carrying a weapon concealed in the state.
"The number of people applying has gone through the roof," Hyatt said. "Terrorism, crime, all these things put together, people in urban areas want protection, it takes a long time to get it, the sheriff's department is overwhelmed, it's expensive."
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