Thread: Need help from the Ohio OC'ers!
Greetings from Michigan!
A friend and his wife who live in Ohio are taking the concealed carry course. They do not own their own handgun yet and were planning to borrow his father's firearm. This is all fine except: Dad lives in Michigan (Dad has a concealed pistol license). The class is in Ohio. I keep thinking transport across State line is a problem...am I wrong?
Any direction or help with this question would be greatly appreciated!
Thank you for the reply!
As long as he is transporting in a legal manner (firearm and ammunition locked and stored properly) he is good to go.
Thanks again for the help, I knew I could count on the Ohio OC forum!
Needs to go straight from his dad's home to Ohio. No sightseeing and follow all traffic laws. And I would suggest his father gifted it to his son, wink wink...
WOW! That will take a little while...!
That's pretty sad how to get it done [notwithstanding that the RBKA is not subject to regulations like this] ... why not call the instructor and ask if he has a gun to borrow.
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