Gov. Nikki Haley Signs Concealed Carry Reform Bill

by  |  published on February 17, 2014

COLUMBIA, S.C. (PRESS RELEASE) – Gov. Nikki Haley joined Senator Sean Bennett, Representative Mike Pitts, and Anthony Roulette, the South Carolina liaison for the National Rifle Association, at a bill signing for S.308, the Concealed Carry Reform Bill.

In an effort to preserve South Carolinians’ 2nd Amendment rights, the bill allows for gun owners with a Concealed Weapons Permit (CWP) to carry firearms in restaurants that serve alcohol, while also allowing an owner to ban individuals from carrying firearms in their establishment.

South Carolina is the 46th state to allow some form of legal carrying rights in these types of establishments.

To watch video of the event, click here.

Attached is a picture of the bill signing.


– Allows a CWP holder to carry a firearm into an establishment that serves alcohol, although that person cannot consume alcohol if carrying.

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