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Constitutional Carry

Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by DaneA, Nov 6, 2011.

  1. DaneA

    DaneA

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    I used to live in Ohio and still have family up there. So I was pondering a question the other day with my sister, who does not have a carry license.
    Ohio has constitutional OC. So the question is: Would it be illegal for a non-resident to OC in a state that doesn't require a license to OC?

    Of course I know the simple answer is get your license but that isn't the question I'm asking.
     
  2. ADulay

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    I'm from Florida and open carry in Ohio whenever I'm up there visiting my brother and his family.

    No problems in the last few years or so.

    AD
     


  3. MedicOni

    MedicOni

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    Here in NM we have consitutional OC, and I've seen people from out of state do it.
     
  4. cowboy1964

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    It's unrestricted but keep in mind once you enter a vehicle you have to stow it unless you have a CHL.
     
    Last edited: Nov 7, 2011
  5. xmanhockey7

    xmanhockey7

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    Probably be best to post this on opencarry.org Ohio section.
     
  6. Lior

    Lior GUNS=FREEDOM

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    It would be amusing to see someone from out of state OCing a Rohrbaugh.