Q & A: What does it mean when I hear that North Carolina is an "open carry" state when it comes to guns/firearms?
A: Under North Carolina law, someone who has a valid gun permit/license has a right to possess a gun in plain sight and in their vehicles. However there are some city and towns that have some prohibitions like possessing a firearm in a public building. One should make sure they research the issue when deciding to openly carry a firearm.
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