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post #1 of 30 (permalink) Old 08-03-2019, 09:59 PM Thread Starter
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Does anyone know for sure if I can carry in Ohio with a PENNSYLVANIA C.W.P.. I googled it and they said yes but the way things change anymore Im just being careful.
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search on conceal carry states and it will show a map of all the states. and yes last I checked, a few days ago, a CC permit from PA is good in Ohio.
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www.usacarry.com click on Resources and the map will come up.
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Be aware in OH and some other states one must tell the office during a traffic stop if you are carrying and show your permit. Do not reach for your gun to show the officer, but closely follow their directions. I travel through many states quite often and I see a greater number of traffic cops in OH than most any of th other states I travel.

If you intend to carry out of state I highly recommend you investigate the state and local laws to assure you do not unknowingly break the law......
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you may be allowed to carry in certain states with a PA permit but you still have to abide their laws such as type of ammo and magazine restrictions. you can be carrying legally and still get busted for having the wrong ammo and mag size.

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I was told by the sheriff do not even transport a firearm thru Maryland, If they run your plates and see you have a ccw permit they will pull you over and search you car for it.
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After the 10 killings last night in Dayton Ohio on the heels of the 20 in El Paso, get ready for more anti gun rhetoric.

When you are up to your butt in alligators, it is hard to remember your intent was to drain the swamp. Stay focused!
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there was an open carry pro gun rally in Erie yesterday. a lot of people had rifles slung over their shoulder, swat style thigh, holsters and vests...it just looked bad.
I think they did more harm than good.
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https://www.goerie.com/news/20190803...a-person-issue


how about Sgt. Ghost rider and 2nd Lt. Fr3ak of the 111% militia...check out their photos. just wrong...portraying the wrong image of lawful gun owners.

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I was told by the sheriff do not even transport a firearm thru Maryland, If they run your plates and see you have a ccw permit they will pull you over and search you car for it.

cant search a vehicle with out probable cause or the owners permission !! dont consent, dont argue, let it happen and then Sue for civil rights violations.
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I was told by the sheriff do not even transport a firearm thru Maryland, If they run your plates and see you have a ccw permit they will pull you over and search you car for it.

you can "transport" through Maryland, but the gun and ammo have to be in separate areas of the vehicle. So you can't have it on you loaded or in your console loaded but you can "transport" through the state.
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