“Sigh” That’s it? You are one of the reasons people get themselves in trouble. They listen to know-it-all's like you. Your statement is misleading and actually contrary to Ohio law.
You have said many times that you don’t like people putting words into your mouth. You also say you mean what you say. So, based on your standards you have intentionally chosen to bait a person into possibly breaking the law.
You even pointed to Northrup v. City of Toledo Police Dept., 785 F. 3d 1128 - Court of Appeals, 6th Circuit 2015. Northrup clearly pointed out that open carry (OC) is a visible firearm carried in the public. If the firearm is not visible then it is concealed. Your motor vehicle is in the public and therefor the loaded firearm within the motor vehicle is concealed. Legally, it is impossible to open carry (OC) in a motor vehicle, even if it is visible.
You, try to justify your statement by saying: “Clearly, I am talking about the case where you are licensed.” This is a purposeful intent by you to justify your false statement. The fact is you made a misrepresentation of material fact with intent to disregard the truth of the matter. This is unacceptable and is in violation of the forum rules.
I can only suggest that you may want to lay down your army issued folding shovel before you dig your hole any deeper.
Have a nice day.
The problem is YOU stirring up trouble, picking nits that don’t need to be picked.
OC in a car is entirely possible since “OC” is not mentioned in the law. Therefore plain-language would mean the the fire is not actually covered up with clothing. I did mention that a license was necessary and said the the officer should be notified.
You are just behaving like a jerk—willfully, and I have had it with not pointing out to you bluntly that you are behaving that way.
And adult would point out that I said “this” and I should have said “that”. If you took the adult tack, and were right, I would say, “thank you” and move on. Instead, you have to go all I-want-people-to-think-I-am-a-lawyer, writing overwrought explanations of things that are really simple, such as:
If you are open carrying in a car, that requires a license, and you should inform the officer.
I will not help you further destroy yet another thread.