Fellow Patriot,

It’s absolutely unacceptable that law-abiding South Carolinians must still beg the government to exercise their God-given right to self-defense.

That’s why Palmetto Gun Rights is making a full push to force public roll call votes on Constitutional Carry during the current legislative session!

You see, South Carolinians should not have to jump through a bunch of bureaucratic hoops to exercise their right to keep and bear arms.

Unfortunately, the politicians in Columbia don't see it that way.

They would rather talk a big game about supporting the Second Amendment but do nothing to pass meaningful legislation that actually advances our gun rights.

So please sign your Constitutional Carry petition below, urging your elected officials to pass this landmark pro-gun reform during the current legislative session.

Thank you for all you do to advance our Second Amendment rights.

For Freedom,

Denise Snelling


Palmetto Gun Rights



Whereas: The Right of the People to keep and bear arms is protected both by the U.S. Constitution and by the Constitution of the state of South Carolina; and
Whereas: This unalienable right clearly includes the right to carry a handgun for self-defense; and
Whereas: Requiring law-abiding citizens to ask government permission through the permit system before they can exercise their constitutional right to arms is a clear violation of that right; and
Whereas: Real-life experience and extensive research both clearly demonstrate that restricting the right to bear arms in self-defense only encourages violent crime;
Therefore: I respectfully urge you as my elected official to publicly support, co-sponsor and vote for the 2020 South Carolina Constitutional Carry bill. Palmetto Gun Rights will keep me informed about your votes and actions.


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