History of Concealed Carry in North Carolina, Part 6: Dumb Legislative Tinkering (1919-1935)
Concealed Carry

History of Concealed Carry in North Carolina, Part 6: Dumb Legislative Tinkering (1919-1935)

From the 1919 Consolidated Statutes of North Carolina to the publication of the Code of North Carolina in 1935, only minor and somewhat humorous (depending on one’s perspective on government) changes were made to the law banning the carrying of concealed weapons in the state. In 1923, two pieces of legislation was passed amending Sec. … Continue reading

History of Concealed Carry in North Carolina, Part 5: Modification and Consolidation of Ban (1883-1919)
Concealed Carry

History of Concealed Carry in North Carolina, Part 5: Modification and Consolidation of Ban (1883-1919)

I have previously reviewed the right to keep and bear arms under the North Carolina State Constitution, its amendment to permit the legislature to regulate concealed carry, the legislature’s subsequent 1879 ban on concealed carry, and two legal challenges to the ban in the early 1880s. From its 1879 passage to the 1919 Consolidation of … Continue reading