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Ohio CCW renewal

Discussion in 'Ohio Glockers' started by gjwheels, Feb 23, 2007.

  1. gjwheels

    gjwheels

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    I have an Ohio concealed carry license that expires in April of 2008.
    I realize I have a year to go, but I was wondering if proceedures are in place to handle renewal requests. I heard from someone in the Clermont County Sherrifs department that it may be necessary to re-pass the test. I assume that is just for range time and not the entire class. Can any shed some light on this? Thanks
     
  2. pjb829

    pjb829 Go Bengals!

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    Jul 30, 2001
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    There is nothing in the law mandating that a test be retaken in order to renew your license. The caveat is that your original training must have occurred within the last six years. So, everybody gets one free renewal, and then they have to go out and take another 12 hour CCW course.


    Pete.
     


  3. Debob

    Debob CLM

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    You don't take the full 12hours, you need the last part about the laws,that have changed:the test portion,and the range portion.:wavey:
     
  4. pjb829

    pjb829 Go Bengals!

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    Jul 30, 2001
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    Debob, you are mistaken about the test and range portion for a license renewal, it is not mandated in the law. :wavey:

     
  5. A_Fletcher

    A_Fletcher Yardwork Ninja

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    That kind of sucks that you have to take the class all over again.
     
  6. gjwheels

    gjwheels

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    Aug 21, 2004
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    Thanks to all. I knew where to go for the straight "skinny". Mine expires in April 2008, one of the first to apply.