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OHIO gears up for CCW

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Zan, Mar 30, 2004.

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  1. Zan

    Zan Member

    Mar 5, 2004
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    Both WKRC and WCPO news of Cincinnati reported tonight that Clermont County is giving the CCW pamphlets out to prepare people who have taken the CCW coarse required to apply for a permit. While no other counties have reported on the availability as of yet, I can only assume they will be following suit within the next few days when there are enough to go around. Both television news stations also reported that over 550 people have successfully taken and passed the state certified CCW coarse and are just awaiting for the application submission time to open (April 8th). So expect for some wait time before you get your CCW permit. Let me know if you have any further information on this.

    All the information regarding the Ohio CCW permit laws and requirements can be found at:
    Ohio Attorney General - Conceal Carry

    or you can check the specific links below: (Posted in Adobe Reader)

    Concealed Carry Publication (updated 3/19/04)
    Concealed Carry Publication - Print Quality (updated 3/19/04))
    Concealed Carry Publication - Online Request Form)
    Concealed Carry Training Fact Sheet (updated 3/18/04))

    Application for a Temporary License)
    Application for a Standard License)
    (NOTE: These applications may be printed in hard copy form, filled out and taken to a county sheriff's office beginning April 8th.)

    Search for OPOTC Certified Concealed Carry Instructors)
    Search for NRA Certified Instructors)

    Ohio House Bill 12 (Concealed Carry Bill))
    Concealed Carry FAQ (updated 3/29/04))
    Information on Reciprocity)

    Also check out OhioCCW Training and Ohioans For Concealed Carry for related information (Both are non-official websites)
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