S.C. constitutional carry bill draws criticism due to lack of training requirement

S.C. constitutional carry bill draws criticism due to lack of training requirement

The bill is drawing criticism. (Source: WMBF News) MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WMBF) – South Carolina’s constitutional carry bill entered the state Senate Thursday, one day after the House approved it. “We applaud your Second Amendment rights,” Dunn said. “We’re behind them 100%. Also dealing in guns, we kind of hope that there’s somehow some training attached to this, because you feel if someone buys a firearm, they need to be shown how to properly use it.” “April the ninth is when my son was killed,” she said. “April the ninth. A day that I’ll never forget.” “I’m just praying that they don’t pass it,” she said. “That’s the only thing I can do is just pray that they do not pass this.” “I would like to see them mandate some type of training, whether it falls under the realm of a former concealed weapons permit training, or at least be able to show that you had some type of training when you purchase that firearm for first-time gun owners,” Dunn said.

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