I am curious as to how you fellow Ohioians carry in your car and keep the gun in plain sight as the law states. This part of the law scares me.
There is a part of the Ohio law that states the firearm must be in plain view AND be secured in a holster on your person. So that rules out your plan. No offense meant, just letting people know so they don't get the wrong idea. I like your idea - it would be easier to draw from when you're buckled in. Just can't do that in the Buckeye state.Euclidean said:There's several products designed to hold your gun between seats or strapped to a seatbelt and they're in plain open view. You can accomplish a lot of things with some Velcro and a cheap holster too.
I'd Velcro it right onto my dashboard in a holster or else put it on my seatbelt and go about my merry way.
My understanding is if the glovebox is LOCKED then the handgun can be locked & loaded. But WTF are you going to do with a handgun in the glovebox if you need it in a hurry? Plain sight is a pain in the ass, but its better than the alternative, IMO.Hivoltage said:Yeah...this part of the law is interesting alright!!! I just was looking for some suggestions. If locked in the glovebox, does it need to be unloaded.