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    SW Ohio Meet, Greet, & Eat 6/23

    We'd be very glad to have fellow OCers from Kentucky & Indiana at this gathering.
    http://ohioccwforums.org/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=61616

    Meet 'n Greet
    Location of event: Grove Picnic Shelter 9158 Winton Rd, Cincinnati, 45231 Hamilton county
    Date(s) of event: Saturday June 23, 2012

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    This is the semi-occasional SW Ohio Meet, Greet, & Eat. More information on the park can be found here: http://www.springfieldtwp.org/GrovePicnicShelter.cfm. There are picnic tables, sheltered picnic tables and a grill. Bring food for yours + to share. We'll start at 12:00 Noon and must be cleaned up and out by 5:00 PM.
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    Might consider adding some information regarding Ohio law for OC, particularly for non-residents. I am an Indiana resident. Ohio does not recognize my Indiana LTCH, but Ohio does recognize my Florida and Arizona non-resident permits. Like everyone else here we love to support OC, but also like everyone here, need to remain legal too.

    Is it legal for non-residents to OC in Ohio? Is a permit required to OC?
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    Ohio dose not recognize Indiana's permits. Because Indiana don't reguire any testing or shooting at a range to obtain a right to carry permit.

    Question,"
    Do you think Indiana should require tests and shooting at a range to get a permit.

    Only 13 states recognize Indiana's permits [I think] because of this.???????????????
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    Quote Originally Posted by coyote223 View Post
    Ohio dose not recognize Indiana's permits. Because Indiana don't reguire any testing or shooting at a range to obtain a right to carry premit.

    Question,"
    Do you think Indiana should require tests and shooting at a range to get a permit.

    Onle 13 states recognize Indiana's permits [I think] because of this.???????????????
    Indiana permits are recognized by 27 states outside of Indiana. I wish other states were as simple as Indiana in their reciprocity, Indiana recongnizes ALL other permits from all other states AND all other countries as well. It's not that I would mind taking additional training, but I don't think that alone will give the desired result, which is to have reciprocity with all states. I think what is really needed is uniform legislation between the states, a national reciprocity agreement to have uniform law in all 50 states and DC to resolve the situation we have now, where every state has such different and confusing laws, where a law-abiding citizen from one state can magically turn into a felon simply for crossing a state line while practicing his 2nd Amendment rights.
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    OC is legal in Ohio with no permit/license. As long as it is legal for you to own a gun, you can OC it. But, keep the following in mind:

    As soon as you get in/on the vehicle, it is legally concealed. With no Ohio-recognized license, you will need to unload the gun, and the magazines & speed loaders. Concealed carry without a license = felony.

    Without an Oh-recognized license, stay out of the bars - or any place that serves alcohol. Places that sell it are ok (e.g. the Kroger that had me arrested for an afternoon), just not if it is served. If you have an Oh-recognized license, then you are ok in bars, etc. as long as you are not drinking.

    If you carry concealed and are licensed, you must notify LEOs that you interact with. If you are carrying concealed illegally, you do not have to notify LEOs.

    While OC is legal, it isn't always socially acceptable. People will occasionally call the police. I strongly recommend a voice recorder. 99.99% of the time just being nice will defuse any problems.

    If you see a gun-buster sign, don't go in armed. I suggest you spend your money elsewhere. There are some signs that read (paraphrased) 'we sell booze, you may be in violation of the law if you come in here armed.' Don't confuse these with no-gun signs. These signs are posted at places that have liquor licenses and have no force of law.

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    I wonder if this thread needs to remain a sticky. the meeting took place 2 months ago.

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