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For decades, Durham County has been the only county in North Carolina to have a law requiring its residents to register their handguns. That changed last week.

Guns.com reports on the repeal of a 1935 law requiring fun owners to register their firearms with the county clerk. While their use of “Jim Crow-era” in their title and article seems to be there to create the appearance that this was a race related law, which it wasn’t, Guns.com does a good job of recapping the repeal.

Read their full article here.

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