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    HI to all of you



    I plan on come to OH in dec i have a CDW from ky and haveing a hard time.

    With the laws up there what i would like to know is can i CDW in a restaurant that sales beer? Try not to get my self in any trouble on my vist there



    any help on the laws would be great

    have a good day sorry about my spelling been a long week at work

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    As of right now that is still a big NO NO in our lovely ridiculously over law'ed little state .....I really wish that lawmakers would realize that just because I am in a restaurant with my family that serves beer, I still have the right to protect them and myself. Hopefully soon someday this will change.

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    thank you guess that is why i like ky so much any thing you think i should know before i come up that way?



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    ooops! i thought i was typin to the washington forum, we can carry and drink beer in our "restaurants". not in "bars".
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    Someone could open up the can of worms... heck, why not me?

    Ohio's statutes differentiate between "liquor" and "beer." The relevant statute prohibits carry of firearms in a D-permitted establishment (that is not a grocery store) where liquor is being consumed.

    The statute doesn't say "where beer is being consumed."

    Could you count on your trusty local LEO to know the difference? I doubt it. Could you count on your slimy local prosecutor or his buddy on the bench to know - or -care - about the difference? Not bloody likely...

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    rentamedic wrote:
    thank you guess that is why i like ky so much any thing you think i should know before i come up that way?
    Since you have a "CDW," if you're "stopped for a law enforcement purpose," you're required to tell the stopping LEO if you're carrying a firearm. Do so immediately, even if it seems impolite.

    Don't say "I have a gun!" Something like "I have a Kentucky CDW and I'm carrying a handgun; I understand that Ohio law requires me to tell you this."

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    Even if a rest area (not one with a visitors center) is posted, you can still carry, those signs should all be gone, but just in case. In the event of one with a visitors center, its a gray area from what I am told and would not personally risk carrying (unless its 3am and the visitors center part is closed and I just cant wait to get somewhere to pee):celebrate

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    ok im saying like texas road house or a place along those lines

    im sorry if a ask some dam sht but i dont want to end up cuffed

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    Thought a couple of the others nailed your question pretty good, but I'll give it a go-round now since you still seem puzzled, rentamedic:

    In Ohio, you cannot carry your firearm in an establishment that sells "liquor"** for on-the-premises consumption. That would include the restaurant example you gave. It would NOT include a place like a gas station that sells alcoholic beverages which you must go drink someplace else, off their property. You'd be, literally, "good to go" (pun intended) carrying in places like that.



    **Ohio defines 'liquor' seperately from 'beer' but as jabeatty says, no one really wants to be the test case for thisstrangecontradiction in the state laws, whichI think is some language left over from many years ago. Don't ask me to go into details on that, it would take too long, okay?

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    And to unconfuse matters more, any store that sells alcohol should post the mandatory liquor control signs that spell out no weapons. That doe not apply to you. Here is a link that would be useful reading and show example of the signs I am refering to.: http://www.com.ohio.gov/liqr/WarningSigns.aspx

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    thank you all for the help with that



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