In Ohio you are required to inform, I personally have been stopped twice since I've had my CCW. Both times were DUI check points, I get stopped at these all the time because I'm often out till 4 or 5 A.M. on the weekends. Anyways both times I have been stopped the officer has known I had a CCW because it comes up when he runs my plates. Even though I'm required to inform in both cases I was ask by the officer as soon as he got to the window whether I was carrying, in both cases I was and both times the officer simply said ok and ask for my license, registration, and proof of insurance. Both of these stops occurred in the same town but were conducted by different officers, I actually pass through DUI checkpoints so often that most of the time the officers recognize my car and wave me through because they know I don't drink. Life is simple when you live in a small town with pro gun police.
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Last edited by Kyle M.; 02-26-2013 at 06:56..