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:roll: Well, when you play the odds, you can expect that clicking on http://www.packing.org will net you nothing 5 out of 8 times you need it.

Anyway, I have found (mostly by looking at http://www.handgunlaw.us) that TN and KY will honor my GFL. Unfortunately, it would appear that OH does not. I can not find any reading that tells me OH will allow me to have my handgun with me in OH, even if left in my vehicle.

Can anyone tell me if there's a way I can carry, either in my direct possession or at least in my direct control, into and then back out of the great state of Ohio?
 

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Where is that video of the felony stop in Ohio?

And that guy was complying with the law!
 

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Ohio honors a Florida license.

Ohio honors a Utah license. We have two Utah instructors on this site. But Utah appears to be as slow as a Georgia probate judge.
 

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http://www.ag.state.oh.us/le/prevention ... 070314.pdf

Has anyone read this stuff? I've just spent the last 20 minutes reading this I am blown away. It really gets craptacular starting around page 23, and the money shot is on page 25:

"...being in one’s own home is not a license to use deadly force against an attacker. The person who is attacked in his own home, without fault of his own, may stand his ground and use deadly force only if he reasonably and honestly believed that deadly force was necessary to prevent serious bodily harm or death. If the person does not have this belief or he created the confrontation, he cannot use deadly force and must leave the situation, even if he is in his own home."
What a friggin' joke! Deadly force is not justified in your own home except under a few very specific circumstances? :shock:

"Get up, Honey, there's a burglar downstairs. We have to go stand out in the snow until he's taken all of our valuables."
 

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ber950 said:
But this seems to me to be the statutes that apply to residents, not necessarily non-residents. But maybe I'm reading too much into it.

So if they do not reciprocally accept a GFL, am I still to understand that while I travel in their state that I am afforded the rights and privileges of a resident?

If they do not recognize a GFL, then is that the same as saying that as long as I am in Ohio, I do not have a CCW permit?
 

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Malum Prohibitum said:
Ohio honors a Florida license.

Ohio honors a Utah license. We have two Utah instructors on this site. But Utah appears to be as slow as a Georgia probate judge.
 

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Malum Prohibitum said:
[quote="Malum Prohibitum":qcsp3fd0]Ohio honors a Florida license.

Ohio honors a Utah license. We have two Utah instructors on this site. But Utah appears to be as slow as a Georgia probate judge.
[/quote:qcsp3fd0]I read that the first time. I am still of the opinion that applying for either a Florida and/or Utah non-resident license will not help me before we leave this Thursday morning.
 
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