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    Battle Ship North Carolina and concealed carry?

    My Dad and I are going to visit the USS North Carolina this week. Does anyone know the rules on concealed carry at the site? I've got no problems with leaving it in the vehicle, but if it is like Wright Patterson, I need to leave it at home.

    From what I can tell, it seems the ship belongs to North Carolina.

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    Contact ? Battleship NC
    Call and ask?
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    From the website, it appears the BB is a state memorial, and therefore would be under NC state laws regarding concealed carry.

    Hopefully, someone on the forum is from the area and could give you some insight.

    Maybe the 'call and ask' approach would work, but if you get routed into the never-ending hold while they try to find someone to answer the question, you could try the nearest Highway Patrol barracks. They would be more likely to be able to answer questions about jurisdiction and concealed carry laws.
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    I believe it is considered part of the State Park System. You would be legal to leave your CC in your locked vehicle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by .452dia View Post
    I believe it is considered part of the State Park System. You would be legal to leave your CC in your locked vehicle.
    https://www.gunstocarry.com/gun-laws...n-laws/#nc-map
    CCW in state parks seems to be fine. You should be good to go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ickthus View Post
    https://www.gunstocarry.com/gun-laws...n-laws/#nc-map
    CCW in state parks seems to be fine. You should be good to go.
    In NC you have to be careful of what is also considered "Educational Property". Educational Property can be anywhere an event involving a school, school students or school board is using at that time. Example: The High School Band is playing on the aft deck, that is considered school property. There are many places that use this as an excuse to prohibit carrying a weapon but you would still be legal to leave it in your vehicle. Like suggested before, I would call and ask.

    Hope you and your dad enjoy the North Carolina. If you haven't been on a BB before your in for an awesome experience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by .452dia View Post
    In NC you have to be careful of what is also considered "Educational Property". Educational Property can be anywhere an event involving a school, school students or school board is using at that time. Example: The High School Band is playing on the aft deck, that is considered school property. There are many places that use this as an excuse to prohibit carrying a weapon but you would still be legal to leave it in your vehicle. Like suggested before, I would call and ask.

    Hope you and your dad enjoy the North Carolina. If you haven't been on a BB before your in for an awesome experience.
    I tried not to over think the laws the year I lived in NC. I mostly looked for the posted signs and knew the standard "no weapons
    " buildings. I found NC to be well posted if they were off limits. "becoming" school grounds? I'm becoming glad I do not live there anymore.

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    You might be surprised as to how many States have similar laws written into their code that cover "school grounds" (or similar) is such a fashion.....

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    Thanks for the replies. I did call, but most didn't know. The best I got was to keep it locked up. I already have a travel safe when riding in someone else's vehicle.

    Every state we cross through has reciprocity with Ohio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maloy View Post
    Thanks for the replies. I did call, but most didn't know. The best I got was to keep it locked up. I already have a travel safe when riding in someone else's vehicle.

    Every state we cross through has reciprocity with Ohio.

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    Didn't know tells me your go to go. NC has signs posted clear as day and anyone working there would see them everyday. You will get lied to by the anti's even if it ok. "Keep it locked up"
    I lived in NC for a year. Open carry state so signs are posted and everyone can see it without missing it. I really didn't see many places posting signs other than hospital's and dress shops. I carry ccw everyday and look for signs. Just didn't have issue when I was in NC.

 

 
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