If you carry often (which you should) you will eventually find yourself being pulled over for one reason or another. Maybe you’re pushing the speed limit a little bit too much, you didn’t make a complete stop, or your tail light is burned out. Eventually everyone gets pulled over for something and if you are carrying it’s important you know how to handle the situation.
This information is being provided to help instructors stay compliant with Ohio Law. If you have specific questions on what is acceptable in a county I suggest contacting the Sheriff’s department directly or the Ohio State Attorney General.
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- December 30, 2017 - December 31, 2017
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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We are reposting this information in 2018 for our Ohio clients who are not aware of the changes.
What’s happening to Ohio CCW On March 21, 2017?
Concealed carry laws change frequently in a state as well as reciprocity between states. Below is a summary of the Ohio Changes going into effect on March 21, 2017. Watch ConcealedCarry.Com for future changes in laws and reciprocity.