Looks like if you are going to be denied a PPP (pistol purchase permit) for any reason you will now be entered into an SBI database per a law passed by the NC leg.
Let me see if I can find it.
Wrong one. Sorry
It's prolly on the legislature's website somewhere.
I think this is what you were looking for
Here is the law as written without the amendments:
GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF NORTH CAROLINA
HOUSE BILL 1415
Committee Substitute Favorable 5/19/05
Third Edition Engrossed 8/23/05
Short Title: Report Denial of Some Pistol Permits.
April 21, 2005
A BILL TO BE ENTITLED
AN ACT To provide that denial of a license or permit to PURCHASE A PISTOL OR SURRENDER OF A FIREARM OR PERMIT UNDER G.S. 50B-3.1 SHALL BE REPORTED TO THE STATE BUREAU OF investigation to be entered into an appropriate computerized database that is accessible to sheriffs statewide.
The General Assembly of North Carolina enacts:
SECTION 1. Article 52A of Chapter 14 of the General Statutes is amended by adding a new section to read:
"§ 14-404.1. Report gun and permit surrenders and denials to SBI.
(a) If a sheriff declines to issue a permit as provided by G.S. 14‑404(b), the sheriff shall notify the State Bureau of Investigation and provide all of the following information to the State Bureau of Investigation for entry into a State computerized database designated by the State Bureau of Investigation:
(1) A statement that the license or permit was denied in accordance with G.S. 14‑404(b).
(2) The date of the denial.
(3) The county in which the license or permit was denied.
(4) Sufficient information to identify the applicant.
(a1) Whenever the sheriff obtains firearms, machine guns, ammunition, permits to purchase firearms, or permits to carry concealed firearms pursuant to a surrender under G.S. 50B-3.1, the sheriff shall notify the State Bureau of Investigation and shall provide all of the following information to the State Bureau of Investigation for entry into a State computerized database designated by the State Bureau of Investigation:
(1) A statement summarizing the basis for the surrender.
(2) The date of surrender.
(3) The county in which the surrender was ordered.
(4) Sufficient information to identify the person subject to the surrender.
(b) The State Bureau of Investigation shall enter any information provided to it in compliance with subsections (a) and (a1) of this section into the appropriate State computer database within 24 hours of its receipt and in such a manner that a notation of the denial or surrender will appear in any subsequent record check conducted in accordance with this Article. Any information entered into the database in accordance with subsection (a) of this section shall be automatically deleted from the database eight years from the date it was entered.
(c) If a person successfully appeals the denial of a permit as provided by G.S. 14‑404(b), then the person may provide the sheriff with an official copy of the court's determination and request in writing that the sheriff remove the notation regarding the denial of the person's application for a permit from the appropriate State computerized database. The sheriff shall notify the State Bureau of Investigation of any request made in compliance with this subsection within 72 hours of the receipt of the request. The State Bureau of Investigation shall remove the notation within 72 hours of its receipt of the request from the sheriff."
SECTION 2. By September 1, 2006, the State Bureau of Investigation shall have identified an appropriate State computerized database that is easily accessible and available to sheriffs statewide, developed any necessary software, provided training on use of the database, and taken any other action necessary to ensure that the database is fully operational.
SECTION 3. With funds appropriated to the Department of Justice in the 2005-2006 fiscal year, the State Bureau of Investigation shall begin to implement the provisions of this act, including identifying a State computerized database, developing necessary software, and providing training on use of the database.
SECTION 4. Section 1 of this act becomes effective September 1, 2005. The remainder of this act is effective when it becomes law.
If you read this carefully it is not registration of gunowners. It's reporting denial of permit requests.
But this bill is bad legislation, because it does nothing but make the fuckers in Raleigh feel better, and is being fast tracked by Sherill and other RINO's
As it is written, it does not matter WHY you are denied, could be one of the million reasons they have like being over your purchase limit, you end up LABELED as a BAD GUY! I have never been denied...but think this sucks anyway!