Tag Archives: Concealed Carry

NRA PPOTH Instructor – October

Event Phone: 513-800-1872


  • PPOTH Instr-October
    October 14, 2018
    8:00 am - 6:00 pm

This course is for PPTIH instructors who want to teach law-abiding adult citizens, as defined by applicable federal, state or local law, and experienced shooters (shooters able to show mastery of the basic skills of safe gun handling, shooting a group, zeroing the firearm, and cleaning the firearm). Instructors will learn how to teach basic (more…)

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Renewing your Ohio CCW license

Your Ohio CCW license is good for 5 years and you can renew your license within 90 days of your expiration date.
Overview
  1. Schedule an appointment or walk-in to your Sheriff’s office
  2. Submit your application (do not sign till you get to Sheriff’s office) and payment to your Sheriff
  3. Sheriff will issue your CCW license within 45 days

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Applying for your Ohio CCW license

In Ohio the steps to apply for your CCW license are pretty straight forward but there are some steps you need to be aware of.
Overview
  1. Complete your training and receive a completion certificate
  2. Submit your application (do not sign till you get to Sheriff’s office) and payment to your Sheriff
  3. Sheriff will issue your CCW license within 45 days

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A Different take on Active Killer Scenarios

Make no mistake about it but if you intend to do harm to someone I feel you should be severely punished.  Unlike our media and politicians I want to talk about what individuals can do to improve their chance of survival in a Active Killer situation.  Whether they use a firearm, a truck, or knife they are intent upon killing anyone in their way.

Open Carry versus Concealed Carry

Depending upon where you live the practice of open carrying may or may not be legal.  Always make sure you understand the laws before carry openly or concealed.  Some states like Ohio allow open carry without a license, in Tennessee you need a license, and in Florida it’s illegal completely.  Laws do change also so always double check.
Most talk these days is around Concealed Carry since all states have a licensing process for it but you need to be informed on the reasons for open carry.

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