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Old 11-04-2012, 01:45 PM   #10 (permalink)
 
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Sharp Charge
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A few important things you missed:

Ohio considers a weapon as loaded when there's a loaded magazine or speed loader for that weapon regardless of where it is in the vehicle. In other words, don't preload long gun mags before going to the range and no loaded pistol mags if you don't have a CCW.

Ohio has a max capacity of 31 rounds in a weapon. Any more than that and you're considered to have a Machine Gun and are in violation of the ORC. If you have a registered NFA compliant Machine Gun you're good to go.

Lastly, it was struck down in 2008 or 2009 that municipalities can not require residents to register weapons. That's governed by the State and there is no registration requirement.
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