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Recently the Cleveland Division of Police "Policy and Procedures Unit" released a two page policy clearly stating that the open carry of a firearm in public places is lawful. As has been stated since the Hamilton County Prosecutor stated nearly a decade ago Cleveland's law department appears to have

Gomer Pyle said it best: “SURRRPRISE, SURRRPRISE.” The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, one of the most liberal courts in the country, issued an opinion in Peruta v. County of San Diego striking down the licensing system used in that county and in the rest of the State, saying that a government can regulate the method of carrying a firearm outside the home, but it cannot totally prohibit it.

Recently, I had volunteered to write articles for an Ohio CCW organization. Realizing that I am neither a writer, nor known by many on the site, I should probably make something clear before I get started. I am not a writer (being redundant for a reason), I can talk

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