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Hope Mills, NC 28348

 

North Carolina Firearm Laws

Disqualifiers for obtaining a NC Concealed Carry Handgun Permit

 

  The applicant has not been adjudicated guilty of, nor received a prayer for Judgment Continued, or suspended sentence for offenses constituting a misdemeanor under the following specific statutes, nor any other crime of violence:Adjudicated as Mentally Defective or been Involuntarily Committed to a mental institution.

-  Assault on handicapped person (N.C.G.S 14-32.1)

-  Simple Assault (N.C.G.S 14-33(a)), within three years prior to the date on the application.

-  Assault inflicting serious injury or using a deadly weapon. (N.C.G.S 14-33(c)(1))

-  Assault on a female (N.C.G.S 14-33(c)(2))

-  Assault a child under the age of 12 (N.C.G.S 14-33(c)(3))

-  Assault inflicting serious injury or using a deadly weapon on a person in a personal relationship and in the presence of a minor. (N.C.G.S 14-33(d))

-  Assault by pointing a gun. (N.C.G.S 14-34)

-  Manufacture, sale, purchase or possession of Teflon-coated bullets (N.C.G.S 14-34.3)

-  Criminal use of a laser device. (N.C.G.S 14-34.8)

-  Criminal use of a laser device. (N.C.G.S 14-34.8)

-  Domestic criminal trespass (N.C.G.S 14-134.3)

-  Violation of court orders (N.C.G.S 14.226.1), within three years prior to the date on the application.

-  Furnishing poison, controlled substance, deadly weapons, cartridge, ammunition or alcoholic beverage to inmates of charitable, mental or penal institutions, or local confinement facilities (N.C.G.S 14.258.1), within three years prior to the date on the application

-  Carrying weapons on campus or other educational property (N.C.G.S 14.269.2), within three years prior to the date on the application

-  Carrying weapons into assemblies and establishments where alcoholic beverages are sold and or consumed (N.C.G.S 14.269.3), within three years prior to the date on the application

-  Carry weapons on state property and courthouses (N.C.G.S 14.269.4), within three years prior to the date on the application

-  Possession and or sale of spring-loaded projectile knives (N.C.G.S 14.269.6), within three years prior to the date on the application

-  Impersonation of a law enforcement officer or other public officer (N.C.G.S 14.277), within three years prior to the date on the application

-  Communicating threats (N.C.G.S 14.277.1), within three years prior to the date on the application

-  Carry weapons  at parades and other public gatherings (N.C.G.S 14.277.2), within three years prior to the date on the application

-  Stalking (N.C.G.S 14.277.3)

-  Exploding dynamite cartridges and or bombs (N.C.G.S 14.283) Except for a violation involving fireworks  N.C.G.S 14-414) , within three years prior to the date on the application

-  Rioting and inciting to riot (N.C.G.S 14.288.2) , within three years prior to the date on the application

-  Fighting or conduct creating the threat of imminent fighting or other violence (N.C.G.S 14.288.4(a)(1)) , within three years prior to the date on the application

-  Making or using any utterance, gesture, display or abusive language which is intended and plainly likely to provoke violent retaliation, and thereby create a breach of peace (N.C.G.S 14.288.4(a)(2))

-  Looting and trespassing during an emergency (N.C.G.S 14.288.6) , within three years prior to the date on the application

-  Assault on emergency personnel (N.C.G.S 14.288.9) , within three years prior to the date on the application

-  Violations of city State of Emergency Ordinances (N.C.G.S 14.288.12) , within three years prior to the date on the application

-  Violations of county State of Emergency Ordinances (N.C.G.S 14.288.13) , within three years prior to the date on the application

-  Violations of State of Emergency Ordinances (N.C.G.S 14.288.14) , within three years prior to the date on the application

-  Child abuse (N.C.G.S 14.318.2)

-  Violations of the standards of carrying a concealed weapon (N.C.G.S 14.415.21(b)) Violations of county State of Emergency Ordinances (N.C.G.S 14.288.13) , within three years prior to the date on the application

-  Misrepresentation on certification of qualified retired law enforcement officers (N.C.G.S 14.415.26) Violations of county State of Emergency Ordinances (N.C.G.S 14.288.13) , within three years prior to the date on the application

-  Domestic  violence protective order violations (N.C.G.S 50B-4.1)

-  Has been adjudicated guilty or received a prayer for judgment continued or a suspended sentence for crimes involving an assault or a threat to assault a law enforcement officer, probation or parole officer, person employed by the State or local detention facility, firefighter, emergency medical technician, medical responder, or emergency department personnel.

-  Any person convicted of “misdemeanor crime of domestic violence” as defined in federal law at 18 U.S.C 922(g)(8)

-  The person is not free on bond or personal recognizance pending trial, appeal, or sentencing for a crime which would disqualify him/her from obtaining CCH.

-  The applicant has not been convicted of an impaired driving offense under any of the following General Statutes with the three years prior to the date on which the application is submitted:    (N.C.G.S 20-138.1): Impaired driving    (N.C.G.S 20-138.2): Impaired driving in commercial vehicle    (N.C.G.S 20-138.3): Driving by person less than 21 years old after consuming alcohol or drugs