In total, the ATF seized over 900 homemade explosive devices, and over a dozen illegally possessed firearms during the investigation.
Ohio’s white-tailed deer hunters took advantage of an extra weekend of gun hunting and checked 13,995 deer on Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 21-22 2019.
Ohio’s white-tailed deer hunters finished the weeklong gun season with 63,493 deer taken, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife.
At a recent debate, Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke responded to a question about gun control by saying, “Hell, yes, we’re going to take your AR-15.”
Who thinks, once in place throughout the land, that those in power won’t throw “red flags” for other reasons…?
The firearm used in the Dayton, Ohio, mass murders of 4 August, 2019, appears to be an AM-15, a variant of the AR-15 system. It appears to be a pistol with an arm brace, not a rifle.
They also remove from state statute the irrational prohibition against manufacture and sale of a switchblade knife and gravity knife. Possession and carry of these knives are already legal in Ohio.
SB 140 repeals the state’s ban on switchblade knives, springblade knives and gravity knives, as well as brass knuckles, cestus, billy, blackjack, sandbag or any similar weapon.
Columbus Ohio has filed a lawsuit claiming they have the right to make laws that regulate the ownership and possession of firearms. The Ohio Supreme Court has ruled against this in the past.
The 2019-2020 small game and migratory bird hunting seasons and trapping seasons were proposed to the Ohio Wildlife Council on Wednesday, Jan. 9, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.
Hunters checked 14,182 white-tailed deer during Ohio’s muzzleloader season, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. During last year’s muzzleloader season, 13,268 white-tailed deer were
When I began thinking about writing a review of this year’s activities, it didn’t take long to realize that this would be a daunting task.
Last week, the Ohio House of Representatives and Senate voted 67-22 and 21-11, respectively, to override Governor John Kasich’s veto of self-defense legislation.
The Ohio legislature has overridden governor Kasich’ veto of gun law reform. The reform bill strengthens Ohio’s preemption law, and reforms Ohio self defense law’s presumption of innocence standard.
Ohioans for Concealed Carry needs you to contact your Ohio Senator and Representative to urge them to vote to override Kasich’s anti-citizen and anti-law enforcement veto of HB228!
HB 228 contains important self-defense protections for the Second Amendment & Ohio’s gun owners. It is important that you contact Gov. Kasich and urge him to sign HB 228 into law.
Ohio’s three National Rifle Association’s Board of Directors have made joint endorsements for the upcoming General Election on November 6th, 2018. Get out and vote!
Attorney General Mike DeWine is vigorously defending the “statewide preemption” statute that we pro-gun Ohioans fought so hard to get enshrined into law.
Perfect! The resident did everything right. Waited at the top of the stairs where he has some cover. As the intruder moved up the stairs…
In a shocking move, the Ohio Supreme Court has proposed amendments to the Rules of Superintendence for the Courts of Ohio that will empower law enforcement to seize guns.
Dave Yost has been a supporter of, gun rights in Ohio for a long time. His plan for school safety includes: “Create an in-depth training program for teachers.”
The nation is watching this special election and making predictions about what will happen in the November general election based on what happens this coming Tuesday.
The Ohio statute is a good example of a strong preemption statute. Bump stocks are included because they are components and parts of firearms. The statute is specific. It also protects ammunition.
The Ohio AG’s help in defending this critical state law from local politicians who are spending taxpayer money grasping at straws looking for ways to circumvent the rule of law is greatly appreciated
This Temporary Restraining Order prohibits the City of Columbus from enforcing their newly enacted firearms ban ordinance for at least the next fourteen days,