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North Carolina’s Seymour Johnson Air Force Base has begun to take baby steps towards less strict gun laws. They want to work toward lifting the restrictions that prevent military personnel from carrying on base.


The new regulations will allow active duty, active reserve military members, Air National Guard, department of Defense civilians, and dependent civilians over the age of 21 will be able to carry their personal firearms. However, concealed carry will mot be allowed.

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This provision applies to any Active Duty/Active Reserve military member,
Air National Gaurd/Department of Defense civilian, or dependent, 21 years
and older that meets all of the following criteria:
1) Assigned to SJAFB.
2) Qualified to legally possess a N.C. Concealed Carry Weapon (CCW) permit.
3) Possesses a current N.C. CCW permit or a CCW permit from a state with
reciprocity to N.C.
Members possessing a CCW permit residing off base and wishing to store their
POW in their POV while on duty must register each POW with the Security


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