The small Cincinnati suburb of Columbia Township doesn’t normally make the headlines of the local news, but when a heroic tale of a man defending his family and property from a group of home invaders rolls around, news vans tend to roll up.
Reports are coming in from Eastlake, a suburb 10 miles North East of Cleveland, that tell the story of a woman whose home was invaded by her ex-boyfriend. Luckily, thanks to this woman’s cool head and trained trigger finger, these reports were not of a horrible tragedy.
Last year, Concealed Carry Inc. told you the story of Bresha Meadows. A 14-year-old girl from Warren who defended her family from an abusive father by killing him with his own gun as he was attacking her mother and siblings. Now it seems that there is even more to the story.
In what may be considered a nightmare scenario for most gun owners, an Akron man has been dealt the grim reality of shooting a family member in a terrible case of mistaken identity.
On Sunday afternoon, Cleveland police were receiving calls from numerous people, saying they were watching a man rant about his miserable life on Facebook and threaten to kill someone at random. As the calls came in, the police then checked the video and saw the man do just that.
Some major changes have just occurred to Ohio’s concealed carry law, thanks to Senate Bill 199 going into effect on Tuesday.
According to recent reports, Ohio has become one of many states that have seen records broken with the level of concealed carry permits being issued.
There was a recent comment on the Concealed Carry Inc. national page in reference to Ohio’s ‘Shall Notify’ law. The reader commented on an article ‘Law Enforcement -To Inform to not Inform’ that discussed various laws across the country pertaining to the requirements when dealing with law enforcement during a stop.
Across the country, the number of concealed carry permit applicants has been on the rise, however from state to state the rules to receive said permit can be quite different. For example. some states require concealed carry applicants to prove their handgun competency by firing the handgun as a prerequisite to applying.
Late Thursday night the Ohio House of Representatives amended SB 199 and passed it by a vote of 68-25. SB 199 is the bill that contains amended language from HB 48. Now the bill heads to Governor Kasich’s desk where it is likely to be signed into law. I see it as a victory, but […]