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  • 03-Apr-2018 11:17 PM
    Reply # 6014340 on 6013043
    Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Patrick Andrews wrote:

    Hello, I am a prospective member and wanted to know what are your policies for flintlocks and cap and ball pistols and rifles- are they allowed and can they be fired from a standing position as well as a bench.

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    Last modified: 03-Apr-2018 11:18 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
  • 03-Apr-2018 10:16 AM
    Reply # 6013043 on 3715271
    Patrick Andrews

    Hello, I am a prospective member and wanted to know what are your policies for flintlocks and cap and ball pistols and rifles- are they allowed and can they be fired from a standing position as well as a bench.  Thanks.

  • 30-Mar-2018 8:46 PM
    Reply # 6008891 on 3715271
    Carly (Admin)

    I would suggest Hillsborough over Chapel Hill (Chapel Hill is home to University of North Carolina)

    It is very simple to get a Concealed Carry in NC - we have several members who do the training.

    Our Chief Range Officer, Crystal is offering CCW April 7 and 28, May 12 and 26, June 9 and 23. If I remember, it's an 8 hour course. Take the form and $$ to the sheriff - they take your finger print and send it off. Get permit back 2-3 weeks. You can ask Crystal for the nitty-gritty: crystal@ccgci.org or info@ccwofnc.com

    A concealed carry permit covers the requirement for a pistol permit. We are a "shall issue state" - see NRAILA link below.

    There are no firearm restrictions in Alamance Co - other than what federal laws are in place. Just watch our 2 Gun Videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bmjl9c93CcY

    Pistol Permits (Alamance Co):

    https://www.alamance-nc.com/sheriff/wp-content/uploads/sites/25/2017/10/PPP-Packet-2017-08-01.pdf

    Pistol Permits (Orange Co):

    http://www.ocsonc.com/pistol-purchase

    NC DOJ Firearm Laws: Except as to the requirement to lawfully possess a machine gun under N.C. Gen. Stat. § 14-409, North Carolina does not require other types of firearms to be registered with the sheriff or Police Department.

    http://ncdoj.gov/getdoc/32344299-a2a7-4ae5-99fd-9018262f64ac/2007-NC-Firearms-gun-Laws.aspx

    https://www.nraila.org/gun-laws/state-gun-laws/north-carolina/


    Last modified: 01-Apr-2018 1:25 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
  • 30-Mar-2018 11:21 AM
    Reply # 6008059 on 3715271
    Ron Gray

    If I made a mistake I am sorry.  I could not find a place on your site to enter a question but this seemed to provide an opportunity. 

    I am presently a resident of Virginia and a member of Conservation Park of Virginia (which appears very similar to your range) where I go to shoot.  My wife and I are presently considering a move to North Carolina to spend our retirement years.  We have considered both the Burlington and Chapel Hill areas.  I never realized just how lucky I have been as a gun enthusiast to live in VA.  I began checking out ordinances related to gun ownership and use in Chapel Hill and it appears I would be required to register my firearms and could not even possess many of my semiautomatic treasures.  I have not been able to find any information regarding gun ownership in Burlington and Alamance County other then Purchase Permits and Concealed Carry.  In Virginia State law preempts that of localities and thus we been able to beat back the most of the attacks by the gun grabbers.  I gather that State Preemption is not the case in NC.  Virginia is a Shall issue state reference Concealed Weapons while I believe NC is a “May issue” state.  Please correct me on any misconceptions I may have.

    Now Questions:

     1)      If I move to Burlington or Alamance County would I have to register all my firearms?

    • 2)      Are AR 15 type rifles and semi-auto Glocks, HK, Sig Sauer, with 12 -15 round magazines allowed?

    • 3)      Is it difficult to obtain Concealed Weapons permits in Burlington and Alamance?

    I would appreciate any information you may be able to provide.

    Ron

  • 23-Jan-2018 9:07 PM
    Reply # 5699233 on 5696407
    Anonymous member (Administrator)
    The plan is to have a 1,000 yard range. 400 yards has been completed. There is a lot of planning and money needed to move dirt to get out to 600 yards. At this time we do not have an estimated date for 600 yards.
    You need an email address to be sent invoices and club updates, range info, etc. No, we do not have a paper application.
    No, attendance to club meetings is not required. The range does not have a club house at this point in time. We hold meetings at the range when weather is warmer.
    Yes, we do have "special interest" groups. 
    e.g. : Our Chief RSO is the leader for American Women Shooters Mentorship. We also have the junior state high power team among other groups.
    Last modified: 23-Jan-2018 9:09 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
  • 22-Jan-2018 4:28 PM
    Reply # 5696407 on 3715271
    Anonymous
    I have a few questions. 1. I've seen the talk for at least a year about the long distance range (600 m?) being in the works and that others have been asking about it for at least a year before that. Is there any sort of estimated completion date for that? Also, what is needed for the last 200~m? As I saw a recent post that that range has been completed out to 400m. 2. Is there a way to join up without an email address? or via a paper application? 3. Is attendance at any of the club regular meetings required? Why are the meetings not held at the range club house? 4. Are there any special interest groups that meet at the range? IE women shooters for example.
  • 15-Jan-2018 10:59 AM
    Reply # 5683778 on 5669897
    Anonymous member (Administrator)
    George wrote:

    I visited with a friend some time ago and was told that there was a 600 yard range in the works. Can someone provide an update on that project?

    The work out to 400 yards has been completed. The executive committee is finalizing the rules and requirements to use the long range.
  • 09-Jan-2018 6:39 PM
    Reply # 5669897 on 3715271
    George

    I visited with a friend some time ago and was told that there was a 600 yard range in the works. Can someone provide an update on that project?

  • 26-Nov-2017 3:27 PM
    Reply # 5601900 on 5600350
    Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Larry Johnson wrote:

    I have my NRA membership number now. What is the next step for becoming a member?

    You need to attend an orientation and safety class. Please register on our calendar page.

    The membership process is outlined on the page where you filled out the application.

    If you have further questions, please send me an email. ccgciadmin@ccgci.org

  • 24-Nov-2017 5:39 PM
    Reply # 5600350 on 3715271
    Larry Johnson

    I have my NRA membership number now. What is the next step for becoming a member?

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