- Oct 28, 2003
Id like to visit the commie states too (new england) but we stay away from big cities
Agreed brother. All it takes is some type world wide crisis to turn this country into rioting mobs. Im too old to fight, and too young to die. I want enough guns ,ammo and gas to get me homeWell call me an ignorant outlaw, but there’s no way in hell I would be traveling anywhere that far from home without a firearm
Thanks. That is helpful.Reciprocity is for ccdw only BUT as of june 12 2022 Ohio is now a constitutional carry state. Before that date you were illegal, looks like interpretation of carrying in a vehicle is vague and up for interpretation so you are at the mercy of the sitting attorney general. See below.
Summary of Ohio Gun LawsOhio is a shall-issue state with concealed weapons licenses issued at the county level by a county sheriff.
There is no permit, background check or firearms registration required when buying a handgun from a private individual.
Open carry and concealed carry are legal without a permit. Individuals 21 years old or older not prohibited from carrying or possessing a handgun are no longer required to obtain a license to carry a concealed handgun as of June 12, 2022. Since open carry is not addressed in state statutes, the Federal minimum age for possession of a handgun of 18 years old applies. Disclaimer:Carrying in vehicles is not addressed in the Constitutional Carry bill. However, according to the Ohio Attorney General, it is legal to possess a loaded firearm in a vehicle.
Residents can still obtain a CHL. They must have completed eight hours of firearms training and meet other criteria to qualify. Current and former servicemen and women are able to obtain an Ohio CHL without paying the fee or going through a concealed carry class. In addition, active duty military with a valid military identification card and documentation of successful firearms training that meets or exceeds that required in Ohio do not need to obtain an Ohio license. Non-residents can obtain a CHL if they work in Ohio. In terms of reciprocity, Ohio will honor permits issued by any state or jurisdiction.
It is my philosophy that if a state doesn't respect my right to keep and bear arms, I see no reason to spend any of my money in that state.Wife wants to drive through New England. It sounds nice, peaceful, laid-back. I guess the safe thing to do would be to leave the Glock at home.
Im the same way, but itd a couple bucket list items that i need to do, if only once. I also want to see the giant redwoods, which means visiting California.It is my philosophy that if a state doesn't respect my right to keep and bear arms, I see no reason to spend any of my money in that state.
see pm.Thanks. That is helpful.
Does constitutional carry only apply to state residents?….or does it also cover travelers and nonresidents within the state?
Beau, Tell that to Kyle Busch who was busted in Messico recently for having a loaded handgun. Got a big fine and 3 1/2 years Sentence. I think Money bought him out of the country.Well call me an ignorant outlaw, but there’s no way in hell I would be traveling anywhere that far from home without a firearm
Thank you very much. I was unsure and I unload and lock my truck gun every damn time I cross the river. Granted I avoid crossing the river at all cost….but sometimes it’s unavoidablesee pm.
I agree and regularly drove to nj and chicago knowing i may sit in jail for a long while. I was caught once and the officer looked the other way but told me i was playing Russian roulette. I can no longer afford that to happen at the moment with a disabled daughter that is counting on me, for now.Well call me an ignorant outlaw, but there’s no way in hell I would be traveling anywhere that far from home without a firearm