In this 2017 file photo, Republican Ralph Norman speaks to supporters at a campaign party in Rock Hill, S.C., after winning South Carolina's 5th Congressional District. Norman pulled out his own loaded handgun during a meeting with constituents on Friday to make a point that guns are dangerous only in the hands of criminals.
In this 2017 file photo, Republican Ralph Norman speaks to supporters at a campaign party in Rock Hill, S.C., after winning South Carolina's 5th Congressional District. Norman pulled out his own loaded handgun during a meeting with constituents on Friday to make a point that guns are dangerous only in the hands of criminals. Chuck Burton AP
In this 2017 file photo, Republican Ralph Norman speaks to supporters at a campaign party in Rock Hill, S.C., after winning South Carolina's 5th Congressional District. Norman pulled out his own loaded handgun during a meeting with constituents on Friday to make a point that guns are dangerous only in the hands of criminals. Chuck Burton AP

Some question legality of Rep. Norman gun display at meet-and-greet

April 07, 2018 12:39 PM