This is a discussion on what other states honor my ohio cc permit within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I know this is going to sound bad but I've misplaced the paperwork I had, on which other states will honor my Ohio cc permit? ...
I know this is going to sound bad
but I've misplaced the paperwork I had, on which other states will honor my Ohio cc permit? not that I do a lot of traveling but its good to know just in case one day I decide to go on a road trip.
where can I find this again?
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according to handgun law us I'm legal all the way to greenville south carolina the next time I go down there
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according to handgun law us I'm legal all the way to greenville south carolina the next time I go down there"
Get your PA and NH non-resident permits, and you will also be legal in Georgia, the Gulf states, and Texas, not to mention PA and NH.
Be sure to check the differences in the laws, and the "Reservations" you may go thru getting there.
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