“Becky Ceartas, Executive Director of North Carolinians Against Gun Violence says, ‘It does away with all training. So one could carry a hidden loaded gun in public with absolutely no classroom training and no live fire training. This puts the public in danger, law enforcement officials in danger.’
“And although supporters of HB 69 are calling it the ‘Constitutional Carry’ Bill, Ceartas says the permit process is respectful of the Constitution.
"’We don't feel this harms the second amendment in any way. We've had this permitting system in place. People are still allowed to carry guns both openly and concealed,’ Ceartas told ABC11.