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Old 08-11-2011, 07:53   #26
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Ohio isnt bad at all regarding gun laws. The only problems are the limitation on mags over 30rds, and the recent law which makes having a firearm (unloaded) and a loaded magazine or speedloader the same as a loaded gun....
The mag limit allows you to own bigger mags but not use them, and I can live with 30rds.
The loaded magazine thing is just plain stupid...I can't believe it is legal to drive around with an M1 Garand and a bando of loaded enblocs with one in my shirt pocket, but I could be arrested for a glock 17 unloaded in a case with a range bag full of loaded mags.
...And most of my shooting buds who dont follow the news are unaware of the change.
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Old 08-11-2011, 09:24   #27
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West By GOD Virginia. You are probably from here originally anyways, half the people in Ohio are in some way or another. LOL
LOl, Mom's from Parkersburg. Been looking at Oaklahoma.
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Old 08-11-2011, 09:57   #28
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LOl, Mom's from Parkersburg. Been looking at Oaklahoma.
Lived in Marietta from 3 days after I was born until I left the house at 18, but I was born in Pburg, WV. To be honest, if I didn't have to include the wife into my decision process, I might would be looking a lot harder at moving further West.
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Old 08-11-2011, 11:24   #29
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Ohio isnt bad at all regarding gun laws. The only problems are the limitation on mags over 30rds, and the recent law which makes having a firearm (unloaded) and a loaded magazine or speedloader the same as a loaded gun....
The mag limit allows you to own bigger mags but not use them, and I can live with 30rds.
The loaded magazine thing is just plain stupid...I can't believe it is legal to drive around with an M1 Garand and a bando of loaded enblocs with one in my shirt pocket, but I could be arrested for a glock 17 unloaded in a case with a range bag full of loaded mags.
...And most of my shooting buds who dont follow the news are unaware of the change.
Here's a link to the most current in the Ohio Concealed Carry Law

http://ohioccw.org/files/SB17-educational-letter-v4.pdf
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Old 08-30-2011, 07:45   #30
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Old 10-13-2011, 08:32   #31
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Try NH or VT - very gun friendly.
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Old 10-14-2011, 11:27   #32
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I live in northern Ohio (Medina county) and the only real problem I have is the anti gun sentiment of A LOT of the leos. I live close to Officer Harless country- enough said.
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Old 10-16-2011, 17:59   #33
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HUH. Try living in CT or Mass,you will be begging to be back in Ohio.
As someone who went to college in OH, and then moved to MA - THIS! A thousand times over THIS!
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Old 12-04-2011, 21:08   #34
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I lived in Ohio for a large part of my life before moving south for work. Living in a large city might have a lot to do with your liberal society issue because I have seen a lot of the same in other big cities. Moving out to a more rural area is something to always look at, as well.


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Old 12-14-2011, 18:41   #35
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I moved from the Boston area to Columbus in 1987 after coming off of active duty. You wanna talk about cultural shift... I live outside of Centerburg in Knox county, and it's a 50 minute drive a world away from Columbus. EVERYBODY is armed here, I routinely shoot off of my back deck, as do most of my neighbors, and carrying openly in the grocery store isn't even blinked at.

I love Columbus, it's a great town. I love my Buckeyes, the Arena district, the concerts, and all of the theaters, not to mention a few trips to the opera with Mrs. Arquebus and the theater stage. I also love the hunting here in Ohio, the gun culture, and the local history, mild as it is. I've prospered here where others have had to go on food stamps back in Massachusetts. That said, I love leaving the town every evening to go live in my own private corn belt.

You sound like you need a change, which is good, but I don't necessarily think you need to leave the state, just leave town. Just an observation, good luck with whatever you decide. For what it's worth, Texas and Alaska are on my short list of other states to live in, what with my having similar sentiments as you do about politics and freedom.
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Old 12-16-2011, 16:22   #36
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Come on out to Nebraska. Good, hard working folks, very conservative and 2nd amendment rights are respected. You will hear the small town people talk about how bad Omaha is, but it isn't bad at all. I live in SW suburban Omaha.

I was born in Cleveland and had family there long ago.
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Old 01-09-2012, 11:47   #37
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I left Ohio after 52 years, moved to sunny Florida, the gun shine state and I love it. Very easy to CC almost everywhere.
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Old 01-13-2012, 18:03   #38
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Must be nice, its blowing and snowing here today .... where Im at in NW Ohio
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Old 01-18-2012, 07:15   #39
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Must be nice, its blowing and snowing here today .... where Im at in NW Ohio
I'm from NW Ohio. Now in SW. Awesome avatar lyodbraun. Damn shame he is gone.
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I don't know if this is the place for this. I have lived in Ohio all of my life,and I can't take it any more. This state is Wayyyyy to liberal for me. What about some feedback from around the country. What state is really 2ndA friendly and pretty conservative? There has to be something better than this.
NH is quite a conservative state, and neighboring VT has no law prohibiting CCW. I'm fom Cleveland, OH. I now live in Hartford, VT.
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