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|Subject: According to Georgia state law, NO permit is needed to carry a firearm in a person's home, place of business, or vehicle! YAA!
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Date Posted: Sunday, April 14, 02:58:28am
In reply to:
's message, "Millie Drew Kelly, 6, shot and killed by her 4 year old brother playing with a loaded gun kept by their parents in the car's center console" on Saturday, April 13, 11:42:19am
South Carolina H3799 was signed by Gov Haley on
June 3, 2016, allowing reciprocity with Georgia CCW permits.
There are a number of ways a firearm can be
carried without a permit. No permit is needed:
=To carry a firearm in a person's home, place of business, or vehicle
=To carry a long gun in a fully open and exposed manner
=To carry an unloaded firearm in a case
=To carry a firearm in someone else's vehicle, provided you would qualify for a permit
=To carry a firearm while fishing or hunting, if you have a valid fishing or hunting license.