Ohio firearms laws are complex and full of traps for the unwary. These FAQs use plain English.
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Do you like talking to people about concealed carry?
Ohioans For Concealed Carry volunteers who help us staff gun shows help us run the tables we obtain from the gun show promoter. Your job is simply to understand any pending firearm legislation and the concealed carry law. Ohioans For Concealed
Ohioans For Concealed Carry is a non-profit organization that has beenrun by an ever changing team of volunteers since the spring of 1999. As an established gun rights organization in Ohio we always have a need to train and recruit new volunteers.
Our volunteers typically focus on an area of
Funny but true:
"One of the best ways to get yourself a reputation as a dangerous citizen these days is to go about repeating the very phrases which our founding fathers used in the struggle for independence." --Widely attributed to Charles Austin Beard.
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Philip Mulivor is a coordinator
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While Kansas has recognized Ohio's CHL for several years, a reciprocity agreement signed on March 14 ensures that Kansans' concealed-carry permits will be honored in Ohio. You can read the entire agreement here.
OFCC board members on Wednesday met with representatives of Governor John Kasich to discuss a bill that would ban hidden compartments in motor vehicles. The bill's definition of "hidden compartments" might include safes, lockboxes, and other devices and spaces that gun owners currently use to lawfully and safely store their
Read more: Governor's team meets with OFCC officials