Another S.C. Hearing On ‘Gun Issues’ Set For Tonight

posted on October 3, 2016

Tonight yields another opportunity for law-abiding South Carolina gun owners to make their voices heard concerning possible anti-gun legislation in the works for next legislative session.

A special committee of state senators will be holding its second public hearing to discuss “gun issues” in South Carolina. The hearing, held by the Senate Gun Issues Special Committee, chaired by Democrat state Sen. Gerald Malloy, is set for 6 p.m. at the College of Charleston, Stern Center Ballroom, 71 George St. in Charleston.

With anti-gun attendance nearly guaranteed, it is critical that NRA members and others who support our rights guaranteed under the Second Amendment show up to this hearing and express their opposition to any new gun laws that will do nothing to thwart violent criminals and will only affect law-abiding citizens.

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