2019 South Carolina Code of Laws
Title 23 - Law Enforcement and Public Safety
Chapter 31 - Firearms
- Section 23-31-10. Purchase of rifle or shotgun in another state.
- Section 23-31-20. Purchase of rifle or shotgun in this State by resident of any state.
- Section 23-31-205. Name.
- Section 23-31-210. Definitions.
- Section 23-31-215. Issuance of permits.
- Section 23-31-216. Collection and retention of fees.
- Section 23-31-217. Effect on Section 16-23-20.
- Section 23-31-220. Right to allow or permit concealed weapons upon premises; signs.
- Section 23-31-225. Carrying concealed weapons into residences or dwellings.
- Section 23-31-230. Carrying concealed weapons between automobile and accommodation.
- Section 23-31-235. Sign requirements.
- Section 23-31-240. Persons allowed to carry concealed weapon while on duty.
- Section 23-31-310. Definitions.
- Section 23-31-320. Exceptions to application of article.
- Section 23-31-330. Application and registration of person allowed to possess machine gun or sawed-off shotgun or rifle.
- Section 23-31-340. Penalties.
- Section 23-31-350. Article not applicable to antique firearms.
- Section 23-31-360. Unregistered possession of machine guns or military firearms by licensed manufacturer.
- Section 23-31-370. Special limited license for possession, transportation, and sale of machine guns; violations and penalties.
- Section 23-31-400. Definitions; unlawful use of firearm; violations.
- Section 23-31-410. Blood and urine testing.
- Section 23-31-415. Testing following death or serious personal injury; effect of refusal; evidentiary use.
- Section 23-31-420. Presumptions.
- Section 23-31-510. Regulation of ownership, transfer, or possession of firearm or ammunition; discharge on landowner's own property.
- Section 23-31-520. Power to regulate public use of firearms; confiscation of firearms or ammunition.
- Section 23-31-600. Retired personnel; identification cards; qualification for carrying concealed weapon.
2013 Act No. 22, Section 3, provides as follows:
"SECTION 3. A court required to submit information to SLED pursuant to this act concerning individuals who have been adjudicated as a mental defective or who have been committed to a mental institution shall, from the effective date of this act forward, submit information by court order within five days from the filing of each order and in accordance with procedures developed as required by this act and have one year from this act's effective date to submit retroactive information by court order on such individuals going back a minimum of ten years or, if records are not available as far back as ten years, as far back as records exist."
- Section 23-31-1010. Definitions.
- Section 23-31-1020. Collection and submission of information of persons adjudicated as a mental defective or committed to a mental institution.
- Section 23-31-1030. Petition to remove prohibition from shipping, transporting, possessing, or receiving a firearm or ammunition.
- Section 23-31-1040. Unlawful for a person adjudicated as a mental defective or committed to a mental institution to ship, transport, possess, or receive a firearm or ammunition; penalty; confiscation.
- Section 23-31-1050. Definitions for Sections 23-31-1030 and 23-31-1040.
- Section 23-31-1060. Hearing on fitness to stand trial.