Conceal N Carry-Mecklenburg County, NC

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    Conceal N Carry-Mecklenburg County, NC

    All,

    I took the required training class to apply for conceal and carry permit back in February. I still have not received my permit. They say it takes 90 days (which is a crock of you know what). My buddy took the same class and he lives in Gaston County, NC and received his permit within 1 month. I contacted the sheriffs office and they said they just received my information back from State Bureau Investigatives.
    Its funny how liberal people are and the time it takes to process a simple application. I'm suppose to be receiving information in the mail within the next 2 weeks to pick up my permit. We shall see!

    Good Luck getting your permit in Mecklenburg County, NC. While the criminals run the county us law-abiding citizens are at their mercy. Now only if North Carolina would pass the Castle Doctrine. Liberal America at its best.

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    Hi All
    Know your pain..lol i live in Johnston County took 2 months here!!
    and yes NC laws on protection in the home are absurd!!Its the Kalifornia on the right coast!!.
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    Im in RDU it took mine the whole 90 days, but it might take less time for you it varies
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    I live in Charlotte-Mecklenburg.

    It took the full 90 days for me to get my permit.

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    sorry to hear about that....guess I won't be retiring to NC....
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    WOW, Cumberland County NC here, mine took 3 weeks. At least the info is on it's way.
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    Usually in Johnston County it takes about 10 to 12 weeks and in Wake it takes 8-10 weeks. I've heard bad stuff about getting your permit in Meck. Co.??
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    I live in Charlotte and mine only took 2months to get. My wife took her class and it only took her month. It may depand on if they are going in alphabetical order. But you will get it soon.
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    I just returned from Greenville and Jacksonville NC and after meeting one of the sheriff's there I can understand why it would take so long.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wvbelcher View Post
    Good Luck getting your permit in Mecklenburg County, NC. While the criminals run the county us law-abiding citizens are at their mercy. Now only if North Carolina would pass the Castle Doctrine. Liberal America at its best.
    North Carolina already has Castle Doctrine!

    I cannot emphasize this enough - so many people are misled!

    Your CCW has NOTHING WHATSOEVER to do with Castle Doctrine. Your CCW instructor shouldn't have even discussed it without noting how CCW and Castle Doctrine are totally different.

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    Any info on Catawba County? I'm moving there next week.

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    Cumberland county 3 Weeks for wife. Hoke county 2 weeks.
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    Wake County was a 4 week wait. Donnie Harrison (County Sheriff) is freaking awesome.

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    North Carolina already has Castle Doctrine!

    Hi All
    From what I understand and was explained to me in class that if someone is breaking into your house in NC you are ok to shoot if you stop the BG in the process of coming through the door or window , once he is inside a whole new set of rules apply!
    if you wake up and BG is standing over your bed and is not armed or in process of leaving you cant use deadly force!, the only time you can use deadly force in your home is it falls into the criteria of the 4 things they explained in class IE threat to your life ect..if you shoot BG in your house and could have retreated then its prison for you!!
    Would much rather have TX or Fl laws!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TomEgun View Post
    North Carolina already has Castle Doctrine!

    Hi All
    From what I understand and was explained to me in class that if someone is breaking into your house in NC you are ok to shoot if you stop the BG in the process of coming through the door or window , once he is inside a whole new set of rules apply!
    if you wake up and BG is standing over your bed and is not armed or in process of leaving you cant use deadly force!, the only time you can use deadly force in your home is it falls into the criteria of the 4 things they explained in class IE threat to your life ect..if you shoot BG in your house and could have retreated then its prison for you!!
    Would much rather have TX or Fl laws!!
    You were taught WRONG.

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    Use of deadly physical force against an intruder.

    (a) A lawful occupant within a home or other place of residence is justified in using any degree of force that the occupant reasonably believes is necessary, including deadly force, against an intruder to prevent a forcible entry into the home or residence or to terminate the intruder's unlawful entry (i) if the occupant reasonably apprehends that the intruder may kill or inflict serious bodily harm to the occupant or others in the home or residence, or (ii) if the occupant reasonably believes that the intruder intends to commit a felony in the home or residence.

    (b) A lawful occupant within a home or other place of residence does not have a duty to retreat from an intruder in the circumstances described in this section.
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    If I wake up and someone's standing over my bed, I believe that intruder is there to either kill or inflict serious bodily harm to me and my family.

    Not only that, but under (ii), you can respond with deadly force if you believe a felony is in place... theft + forced entry = felony. Force justified. If they're leaving with your stuff, force is justified - but your stuff's gonna break anyway, so it's not worth it. If they're trying their hardest to get out empty handed, that's different.

    People should not be left defenseless because they were misinformed by their CCW instructors. The CCW instructor had no business telling you what you can do in your house - it's NOT related to CCW.



    This is where an alarm system comes in handy. If your alarm is going crazy and they're STILL in your house, they're there to do harm. Plus, if your power is cut and the alarm DOESN'T go off, they're also there to do harm. Alarms are your friend in the legal system.



    edit: The active bills you see now that are in the NC House & Senate referring to "Castle Doctrine" are for extending castle doctrine - as it's currently limited to your house, vehicle and a couple other specific places.

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