When Ohio first licensed citizens to carry a concealed handgun nearly 10 years ago, then U.S. Sen. Mike DeWine never thought it would become mainstream.
But after nearly 10 years of concealed carry not only has DeWine, the current Ohio Attorney General whose office oversees the program, changed his mind but he became a supporter. He’s also a licensed concealed carrier.
“People are just more comfortable with it and it’s much more accepted that people can have a concealed carry permit,” DeWine said during a visit this week in Lima. “It’s much more mainstream then it was when it started.”
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by Tactical-Life / Nov 26, 2013