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    OC questions from MI CPL holder

    Need some answers to some OC questions please.

    Have a MI CPL can I open carry in OH?

    in a car how do I have to transport my gun?

    restaurant with alcohol CC or OC?

    thank you for any help you can give.

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    Yes, you can OC in Ohio. No guns in any place that serves alcohol.

    Ohio law says the following are the legal ways to carry in/on a motor vehicle:

    1. In a holster on your person.
    2. Unlocked glove box or vehicle console.
    3. Unlocked container if the container is in "plain sight" and has a closing mechanism like a zipper or a clasp.
    4. A locked container need not be in "plain sight"

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    Quote Originally Posted by RT48 View Post
    Yes, you can OC in Ohio. No guns in any place that serves alcohol.

    Ohio law says the following are the legal ways to carry in/on a motor vehicle:

    1. In a holster on your person.
    2. Unlocked glove box or vehicle console.
    3. Unlocked container if the container is in "plain sight" and has a closing mechanism like a zipper or a clasp.
    4. A locked container need not be in "plain sight"
    Thank you very much just the info I needed have a great day. carry on!

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    You do have to inform the police if stopped for a law enforcement purpose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by color of law View Post
    You do have to inform the police if stopped for a law enforcement purpose.
    thanks!

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