SC Residents! 2nd Ammendment Holiday coming up! No taxes on firearms.

SC Residents! 2nd Ammendment Holiday coming up! No taxes on firearms.

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    Thumbs up SC Residents! 2nd Ammendment Holiday coming up! No taxes on firearms.

    For all of the South Carolina residents... Don't forget about our annual "2nd Amendment Sales Tax Holiday" the weekend after Thanksgiving. We can purchase firearms (handguns, rifles & shotguns) tax free for 48 hours.

    This applies to lay-away and rentals as well. For more info please visit sctax.org (LGT pdf file)

    Quote Originally Posted by sctax.org
    SC REVENUE RULING #08-13
    SUBJECT: Second Amendment Sales Tax Holiday
    (Sales and Use Tax)
    EFFECTIVE DATE: Beginning 12:01 a.m. on the Friday after Thanksgiving and ending at twelve midnight the following Saturday of each year.
    SUPERSEDES: All previous advisory opinions and any oral directives in conflict herewith.
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    Code Section 12-36-2120 has been amended to exempt from the sales and use tax:
    ( ) sales of handguns as defined pursuant to Section 16-23-10(1), rifles, and shotguns during the forty-eight hours of the Second Amendment Weekend. For purposes of this item, the 'Second Amendment Weekend' begins at 12:01 a.m. on the Friday after Thanksgiving and ends at twelve midnight the following Saturday.
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    Must be nice!!!!!!
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    Wink Holy Cow!

    I need to call the Governor of PA and convince him to do this. Imagine the tax dollars he could take in on ammo after all the new gun purchases.

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    I went into Southland in Darlington today to look for a holster. They didnt have what I wanted and I wouldnt have bought one anyway because I would have had to wait about an hour to checkout. Its a small place and a nice little shop. Man, it was packed! Ive never seen so many people in close quarters swinging handguns and rifles around. LOL

    It was awesome! Im glad I moved to this state. Seems to be a healthy love of guns here. Turkey shoots all over round here and the hunting!!!

    SC just may be one of the leaders in our rights. I hope Im right about that.

    Also, this will happen every year now too which is really cool.

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    That is terrific!

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    My mother lives right across the border in Augusta, GA. called me the other day and told me about this, a little too late. I had just walked out of a gun show with my new G36,

    Maybe next year......

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    WOW awesome

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    Why couldn't your sister state NC do this aswell... Would have been nice.
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    Gee, I wish we could have that here in NY too.

    I am jealous.
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