I live in Ohio and plan on getting my license when i return next year from Afghanistan. The publication put out by the Ohio Attorney General (http://www.ohioattorneygeneral.gov/concealedcarrybook) states: "Before you obtain a license to carry a concealed handgun, you will need proof of your competency certification. Competency can be established by providing one of the following: ...A document that shows the applicant is an active or reserve member of the armed forces, or was honorably discharged within the past six years... who, through the position, acquired experience with handguns or other firearms that was equivalent to the minimum educational requirements." My question is, what qualifies as "a document that shows..."? Is a current military ID enough? If not, what else is required? As an infantryman I am sure that my firearms experience is "equivalent to the minimum educational requirements," but how do I prove it? (Also, while we're at it, if anyone has any insight into how to obtain the Glock military discount and how much i could expect to pay for a G26 it would be appreciated.) Thank you! Wanna kill these ads? We can help!