Licensed CCW holder charged in the unjustified shooting of a man in Ohio. He claimed self-defense, but after reviewing video footage, police disagreed.
Cleveland Ohio man uses a back up gun to fight his against violent attackers who disarmed him of his primary weapon. Now, his attackers face murder charges.
There are currently two bills working their way through the state legislature that could change all of that and finally make Ohio a proper “Stand-Your-Ground” state. Let’s take a look at these bills.
The burden of proof. It’s long been said in this nation that you are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law, however as Ohioans have known for a long time, things go a bit differently in the Buckeye state. At least when it comes to those who have had to use deadly force […]
Some major changes have just occurred to Ohio’s concealed carry law, thanks to Senate Bill 199 going into effect on Tuesday.
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.
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 […]
This article is meant to take a look at Ohio’s open and concealed carry laws so that you folks can get a better idea what is and is not legal in the state.
These issues were in a stalemate, at least until Monday, when Common Pleas Judge Shirley Strickland-Saffold removed several of Cleveland’s firearms ordinances.
Effective immediately, citizens of Ohio who posses a valid concealed handgun permit will no longer be submitted to the state background check when purchasing a firearm from a licensed dealer.