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So, PA LTCF good to go in OH now?...
#1
Getting ready to make another trip to Missouri and that usually means disarming in Ohio and Illinois. Didn't see a thread here on the subject and wondered if someone could point me in the right direction as to the changes Ohio has made to their reciprocity. I also understand that I DO have a duty to inform as well in Ohio.

What say you PA2A? Can I carry my p238 in Ohio using my PA LTCF?
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#2
http://www.usacarry.com/concealed_carry_..._maps.html

According to this map, no, but I do not know how current they keep it. EDITED oh they keep it pretty current...looks like the Ohio changes were other states accepting Ohio, not the other way around.
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#3
I'm almost ready to say "maybe". Confused
“Necessity is the plea for every infringement of human freedom. It is the argument of tyrants; it is the creed of slaves.”

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#4
According to Handgunlaw.us, yes you can. But as they say, you must always double check.

http://handgunlaw.us/states/pennsylvania.pdf
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#5
Yikes! Just glanced through the thread at the other place and it DOES seem to still be in question. Shrug
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According to my CCW app, Ohio recognizes our permit. They update the database regularly with changes, but it's still just a reference and not the law.

Justin
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This subject has been discussed extensively at IllinoisCarry.com. Ohio now recognizes all permits as of 3/23. From what I've read it doesn't matter if the permit is resident or nonresident.

Pertaining to Illinois, you do not need to disarm if you have a resident permit. 430 ILCS 66/40 says you can keep it on you in your car. Once you get out of the car, even to fill up the tank, you must take the firearm off of you and leave it in the car, and either lock the car, or unload and lock it into a container. Container is vaguely defined in Illinois statute. The glove box and center console qualify if they lock. If I'm just topping off the tank I'll leave it on the passenger seat and lock the car.

Print this out and keep it with you for your trip.

http://ilga.gov/legislation/ilcs/documen...660K40.htm

If you experience any trouble either send me a PM here, or call the Illinois State Rifle Association. Also, nonresidents of Illinois are exempt from having a Firearm Owners ID Card. That's in 430 ILCS 65/2, and further supported by the Illinois Supreme Court in The People v Leonard Holmes, April 2011.

Btw, I feel I must clarify that I'm a Utah resident currently living in Illinois. That's why I know these things. I had to.

Now, can you tell me where in PA is the best place for a nonresident to acquire a PA nonresident ccw?
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Uinta Firearms;163664 Wrote:This subject has been discussed extensively at IllinoisCarry.com. Ohio now recognizes all permits as of 3/23. From what I've read it doesn't matter if the permit is resident or nonresident.

Pertaining to Illinois, you do not need to disarm if you have a resident permit. 430 ILCS 66/40 says you can keep it on you in your car. Once you get out of the car, even to fill up the tank, you must take the firearm off of you and leave it in the car, and either lock the car, or unload and lock it into a container. Container is vaguely defined in Illinois statute. The glove box and center console qualify if they lock. If I'm just topping off the tank I'll leave it on the passenger seat and lock the car.

Print this out and keep it with you for your trip.

http://ilga.gov/legislation/ilcs/documen...660K40.htm

If you experience any trouble either send me a PM here, or call the Illinois State Rifle Association. Also, nonresidents of Illinois are exempt from having a Firearm Owners ID Card. That's in 430 ILCS 65/2, and further supported by the Illinois Supreme Court in The People v Leonard Holmes, April 2011.

Btw, I feel I must clarify that I'm a Utah resident currently living in Illinois. That's why I know these things. I had to.

Now, can you tell me where in PA is the best place for a nonresident to acquire a PA nonresident ccw?

Thanks for the thorough reply.

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An Illinois resident permit? Or a pennsylvania resident LTCF?
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PA residents with a PA permit can conceal carry a loaded handgun, in their vehicle only, while in Illinois. This can be found near the bottom of statute I provided a link for.

A PA resident with a Utah, Florida, etc permit only must go to federal transport mode before entering Illinois.

At this time, PA residents cannot obtain an Illinois permit because PA does not meet Illinois's definition of "substantially similar". Only Virginia, South Carolina, New Mexico, and Hawaii qualify. This provision is being challenged in court, arguing depravation of 2A Rights by violating the 14A. The lead plaintiff is a PA resident from the Pittsburgh area.
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#10
^Dude, whoa. Thanks for the info! It seems as if I won't have to disarm at all from here to Missouri if I can find out once and for all that Ohio is gtg.
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