gun permit not needed

Bryan, OH

#1 Jul 4, 2011
DIGEST OF SB506 (Updated April 19, 2011 2:59 pm - DI 84)
Handgun possession. Allows a person to carry a handgun without being licensed to carry a handgun if:(1) the person is in or on property, or in a vehicle, that is owned, leased, rented, or otherwise legally controlled by the person; (2) the person is lawfully present in or on private property that is owned, leased, rented, or otherwise legally controlled by another person, if the person has the consent of the owner to have the handgun on the premises, is attending a firearms related event, or is receiving firearms related services; (3) the person is lawfully present in a vehicle, that is owned, leased, rented, or otherwise legally controlled by another person; (4) the person is carrying the handgun at a shooting range, while attending a firearms instructional course, or while engaged in a legal hunting activity; or (5) the handgun is unloaded and securely wrapped.(Current law provides that a person who does not possess a valid handgun license may not carry a handgun in any vehicle or on or about the person's body unless the person:(1) is in the person's dwelling or fixed place of business or on the person's property; or (2) is carrying the handgun unloaded and in a secure wrapper from the place where the handgun was purchased to the person's dwelling or fixed place of business, between a handgun repair shop and the person's dwelling or fixed place of business, or from one dwelling or fixed place of business to another.) Specifies that a person who has been convicted of domestic battery may not possess or carry a handgun unless the person's right to possess a firearm has been restored by a court.

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Jimbo

West Lafayette, IN

#2 Jul 5, 2011
According to recent studies you are you are around 20 times (depending on study) more likely to have your handgun stolen or involved in a home accident than for it to actually be used to prevent a crime.
ok then

Oxford, OH

#3 Aug 11, 2011
Tell that to the hundreds of thousands over the years that were broke into and robbed or killed who didnt have protection. Thats according to my recent study

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#4 Aug 11, 2011
That gun won't help you if its locked in a box like its suppose to be. Did you know if you have been the victim of a violent crime they won't give you a permit to carry a gun.
Right So

Bryan, OH

#5 Aug 14, 2011
Just sit there and hope you dont die and your wife and kids dont get raped in front of you then killed. all your statistics may be true but you dont have to be a statistic. Plan it out and be ready, just like having car insurance, you may never need it, but if you do...And be responsible with firearms.

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#8 Aug 15, 2011
shorty wrote:
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your gun is not suppose to be locked in a box ,who told you that lollol
so you leave yours out where kids can get it?
Grannys Hunting

Commiskey, IN

#9 Aug 18, 2011
yarby wrote:
<quoted text>so you leave yours out where kids can get it?
I grew up in a hunting family. We had to to eat sometimes. Got deer and squrrel in freezer now. My parents always had a riffel at the head of the bed-loaded of course. But me and my brothers knew not to touch it. We couldnt even go in the bedroom. But that was then we had respect for our parents and done what they said. Now noone teaches respect ,,Who cares lets blame it on the gun. I started hunting when I was 4 yrs. old. Taught my girls at 4 and 5 saftey first. Now my grandkids all hunt and have guns. Bless thier hearts they are all smart kids. Be smart parents teach them love and respect and how to use thier heads. And you cant go wrong. And yes my kids always knew where my gun was but they knew not to touch it, it is not a toy....Smart children grow up to be smart people.

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#10 Aug 18, 2011
So did I and obviously I was refering to hand guns.

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Since: Jun 10

wherever,whenever

#11 Aug 18, 2011
Grannys Hunting wrote:
<quoted text>I grew up in a hunting family. We had to to eat sometimes. Got deer and squrrel in freezer now. My parents always had a riffel at the head of the bed-loaded of course. But me and my brothers knew not to touch it. We couldnt even go in the bedroom. But that was then we had respect for our parents and done what they said. Now noone teaches respect ,,Who cares lets blame it on the gun. I started hunting when I was 4 yrs. old. Taught my girls at 4 and 5 saftey first. Now my grandkids all hunt and have guns. Bless thier hearts they are all smart kids. Be smart parents teach them love and respect and how to use thier heads. And you cant go wrong. And yes my kids always knew where my gun was but they knew not to touch it, it is not a toy....Smart children grow up to be smart people.
Very GOOD post you made and I agree,gun safty first,my dad was a gunsmith among other things and had many guns in the house,he always had Rifles and Handguns which us kids didnt touch without permission,many handguns could and can be used for hunting permission,dad had me helping to tear guns down by the age of 10.Many handguns could of then and even more so now be used for hunting,so thanks for your APPLICABLE post.

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