Ohio Supreme Court To Decide Whether Gun Owners Can Drink At Home

Ohio Supreme Court To Decide Whether Gun Owners Can Drink At Home

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    Ohio Supreme Court To Decide Whether Gun Owners Can Drink At Home

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    The Ohio Supreme Court will hear arguments in February to decide whether a law prohibiting gun owners from carrying firearms while intoxicated should be applied inside a gun owner’s home.



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    Considering laws against firearm usage while drinking I don't find it rediculous. Matter of fact I asked about drinking and home defense here.

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    My take is a law like that goes too far in trying to control one’s life, while I personally disagree with carrying and drinking but what one does in their own home is none of the governments business. The only time I drink is at home or if traveling only in the motel room but that is my choice.
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    No one can tell me how much I can drink at home! That's my wife's job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Novarider View Post
    Considering laws against firearm usage while drinking I don't find it rediculous. Matter of fact I asked about drinking and home defense here.
    Shall not be infringed?

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    Certainly not a problem in Florida. No such law against drinking while carrying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scottync View Post
    Shall not be infringed?
    There sure are a lot of infringements for shall not be infringed.

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    There are laws against public intoxication.
    Stay out of my home.
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    When does the Ohio Supreme Court order Cameras to be installed in our homes?? Isn't that the remedy to clamp down on drinking at home while carrying a firearm?
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    I can't believe this even made it to the Ohio Supreme Court!
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    I am familiar w/ this law. It says that no one shall use or carry a firearm if intoxicated.

    Here's a thought: If you are intoxicated in your home, don't play w/ guns. Pretty simple.
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    In Illinois I'm told you have to be careful if you carry and are taking certain medications. I've no idea how open ended that is.
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