When the bus driver called her over to talk about what happened on the bus, she said she still had the rifle in her hand and someone recorded her.
"I would not hurt nobody else's child because I wouldn't want it done to my child," the mother said.
Stanly County deputies said the woman didn't assault anyone, point the gun or make any threats, so she will not be charged.
"Obviously, we're gonna suggest no one take a gun to a bus stop to pick up a child, but as far as criminal, we can't find a crime here," Chris Huneycutt, with the Stanly County Sheriff's Office, said.
Regarding the bullying claim, school officials said they investigated and appropriate action was taken.