Articles in Category: Firearm Law

Turkey Season in North Carolina – Rules and Regulations

March 16, 2021 – Published by Robinson Law Firm

The 2021 North Carolina regular turkey hunting season opens on April 10th and ends May 8th. The regular season is preceded by a “Youth-only” season from April 3rd through April 9th. Youth is defined as any hunter under the age of 18. Before hunting turkey in North Carolina, make sure you are properly licensed and… View Article

Can a Convicted Felon Use a Handgun for Self Defense?

March 30, 2020 – Published by Robinson Law Firm

If I am a convicted felon can I still use a gun to defend myself or my family in the event it becomes necessary? The answer: it depends.   Generally speaking, a person convicted of a felony is prohibited from possessing a firearm under both state and federal law. North Carolina General Statute § 14-415.1… View Article

How Do I Get A Carry Concealed Gun Permit?

September 12, 2019 – Published by Robinson Law Firm

You have carefully decided it is appropriate and necessary to carry a weapon to protect you and your family while in the public. Carrying the weapon in a manner that is visible to the public is called “open carry” and is allowed by the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution and Article I, §… View Article