Is Indiana hand gun permit good in Ohio?
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Is Indiana hand gun permit good in Ohio?

This is a discussion on Is Indiana hand gun permit good in Ohio? within the Traveling With Handguns forums, part of the Handguns category; im going to ohio to work for awhile and want to know if i can carry?...

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    Default Is Indiana hand gun permit good in Ohio?

    im going to ohio to work for awhile and want to know if i can carry?

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    I believe the answer to that is no. It's mostly because of Indiana's low standards for issue that it isn't honored in many States. You might consider looking into a Utah Non-Resident permit.

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    No. The "Concealed carry maps" section on this site is a good resource that will tell you in which states your Indiana permit is valid.

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    Get yourself an AZ Permit.

    You can get it by mail round trip about 2 weeks. You do need training, which you may already have, and fingerprints, which will be included in the packet.

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    If you are ex-military then you can get an AZ or FL permit with your DD214. No training required!

    Yes we don't require too much training, etc, but we do have to have a clean record :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by alduane View Post
    I believe the answer to that is no. It's mostly because of Indiana's low standards for issue that it isn't honored in many States. You might consider looking into a Utah Non-Resident permit.
    WA has the lowest standards for issue of a CPL (Concealed Pistol License). Shall issue to anyone that meets Federal standards for possession of a firearm with no training required. Ohio recognizes Washington permit. But not Indiana's.

    Also, to the OP, you say working in Ohio for a while. You might want to check Ohio's residency/driver's license laws. In many states, working in that state for a certain length of time establishes residency in that state according to their laws.

    You can open carry in Ohio with no license required, however, without a recognized license a person cannot have loaded magazines in the vehicle with the gun, in Ohio.

    Also, to comply with Federal law, you would have to have an Ohio concealed weapons license/pemit to carry a firearm within 1000' feet of a school. regardless of if you possess a recognized out-of-state permit or not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alduane View Post
    I believe the answer to that is no. It's mostly because of Indiana's low standards for issue that it isn't honored in many States. You might consider looking into a Utah Non-Resident permit.
    We call the low standards the 2nd amendment !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NavyLCDR View Post
    WA has the lowest standards for issue of a CPL (Concealed Pistol License). Shall issue to anyone that meets Federal standards for possession of a firearm with no training required. Ohio recognizes Washington permit. But not Indiana's.
    Hold on now...I wrastle ya for that title... PA is down there too.

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