Child Access Prevention
South Carolina has no law that imposes a penalty on someone who fails to secure an unattended firearm and leaves it accessible to an unsupervised minor.
South Carolina has no law that requires unattended firearms to be stored in a certain way.
South Carolina also does not require a locking device to accompany the sale of a firearm, and no state statutes require firearm owners to affirmatively lock their weapons.
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