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    Four years after Ohio began issuing permits to carry concealed handguns, some questions remain: for instance, whether cities can ban the weapons in city parks or if permit-holders` names should be public. But there is an even more basic one, which Army Capt. John Pritchard ran smack into: Ohio will issue the permits only to residents of the state, but what does it mean to be an Ohio resident? The answer, apparently, is "It depends."


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    Yes Sir. Same thing happened to me when I got out of the service. Applied for a CCW in Connecticut and was turned down cause I had not been back to establish my address for a long enough time period.
    Lets see here. Full auto, frags, rockets, claymores and other weapons of mass destruction one week. Yet don't carry a pistol the next. WTF.
    Hell half the damn cities here are more dangerous than Iraq.
    "Man needs but two things to survive alone in the woods. A blow up female doll and his trusty old AK-47" - Thomas Jefferson 1781

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