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Posted: 3/2/2006 9:46:10 AM EDT
I'm going to Ohio this weekend and was wondering if our CPL's have reprocity in Ohio? Are there any different rules I should be aware of? I'm sure some one here has experience with it.

Thanks,
Kris
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 11:00:36 AM EDT
Proceed accordingly.....
I just looked on packing.org., it shows MI & OH have reciprocity agreement.
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 12:05:41 PM EDT
We have reciprocity which more or less comes down to yes, your permit is good BUT you must follow their rules.

check out www.packing.org

Ohio has some kinda law that if you have a CCW and are in the car with a loaded gun the gun must be in plain sight on your person, not sitting on a seat, not concealed or anything like that. Make sure to check their exact laws, your best bet would be to call the main state police branch and ask to speak to the firearms section.
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 1:38:51 PM EDT
Here's a telling example of the sociopathy at work in the Ohio legislature. Public rest stops on I-75 are gun free zones!

That's right, if you need to pee don't do it in Ohio unless you're willing to go into an unattended building on the side of a major freeway late at night with no means of protecting yourself.

What's next, police escorts for muggers?
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 1:44:45 PM EDT
It might be all rest stops are gun free. I see those signs on 23 also.
Link Posted: 3/3/2006 3:53:36 AM EDT
"...What's next, police escorts for muggers?..."

Naw, but maybe Police Muggers for Escorts!!


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Link Posted: 3/3/2006 4:21:50 AM EDT
well i was in OH last summer and damn near every store,gas station, even the camp ground i stayed at had signs like this on the doors or buildings.

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I made many trips walking from my truck to a building, then walking back to lock my pistol up, then walking back to go in the building. Just a heads up.
Link Posted: 3/16/2006 10:41:56 PM EDT
I would tend to think that sign refers to ILLEGAL drugs and ILLEGAL guns.

Seeing as if I just had a wisdom tooth removed and had prescription narcotics as a painkiller with me.... I would not be in violation fo the law...nor would I bother to leave them in my car as I might need them. I would think the same applies to a legally concealed hangun with the appropriate State-Issued permit to carry concealed.

Got a larger picture of that sign?

No Expert
Link Posted: 3/17/2006 4:18:28 AM EDT

Originally Posted By No_Expert:
I would tend to think that sign refers to ILLEGAL drugs and ILLEGAL guns.

Seeing as if I just had a wisdom tooth removed and had prescription narcotics as a painkiller with me.... I would not be in violation fo the law...nor would I bother to leave them in my car as I might need them. I would think the same applies to a legally concealed hangun with the appropriate State-Issued permit to carry concealed.

Got a larger picture of that sign?

No Expert



Unfourtunatly I dont. That wasnt the exact sign that I saw posted "everywhere" but it was the closest thing I could find to resemble it when I was punching in my post. But all the ones I did see seemed to refer to all firearms.

Link Posted: 3/17/2006 2:53:22 PM EDT
Painkillers are not "drugs" they are prescription medication...
Drugs the was they expect that to be taken are illegal drugs.

Those signs meen no guns whatsoever....

If those signs are up those are CCW?CPL free zones where you can't carry.....

Call up the OH State Troopers if you question it but thats the law there...
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