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In 2021, South Carolina changed the definition of “concealable weapon” to mean “a firearm . . . that may be carried openly on one’s person or in a manner that is hidden from public view.1 Accordingly, a person who possesses a concealed carry permit may carry openly anywhere in the state where permittees are allowed to carry.


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  1. S.C. Code Ann. § 23-31-210.[]