Stand-Your-Ground

OGO Stand-Your-Ground Bill Ready for Cosponsors!

BIG news for gun owners in the Buckeye State. . . The Ohio Gun Owners Stand-Your-Ground bill was sent out to the entire House of Representatives in Columbus yesterday and opened for co-sponsorship! I’m asking you to please read this email in its entirety and take action below! But before you take action, here’s a couple of things you need to know about the bill. First, the Ohio Stand-Your-Ground bill

Stand-Your-Ground law is on the move in the Ohio Legislature!

Click to see the bill for yourself as well as read our Fact Sheet that highlights below about what this bill would, and would not, do! Feel free to review this and then make sure you contact your State Representative and urge him/her to cosponsor Stand-Your-Ground law for Ohio! Download and Read the Bill Language HERE Stand-Your-Ground law was first passed in 2005 in Florida and was signed into law

Pulling Back the Curtain - How the Vitale Amendment Died on the House Floor

Tuesday morning, at the request of Ohio Gun Owners, Representative Nino Vitale (R-Urbana) attempted to run a major pro-gun amendment to HB142 that would benefit gun owners across the state. If you’ve been watching our emails or seeing our Facebook posts, you already know that in its original form, HB142 was a rock-solid bill that would’ve eliminated Ohio’s notorious “duty to notify” law that requries CHL holders to notify law-enforcement on

Urgent ALERT: Constitutional Carry might move at tomorrow's hearing - TAKE ACTION!

July 4, 2017 I wish I could say I’m emailing you only to say Happy Independence Day! The fact is, I hate to email you on a day like today when most people are celebrating Independence Day with their family and friends. But defending freedom and the human right to defend one’s life and family is the exact reason why I’m emailing you right now. You see, tomorrow (Wednesday) at

Stand Your Ground Law in Ohio?

You’re walking out of a convenience store late one night after a brutal day at work. Hearing footsteps pounding on the pavement behind you as you walk to your care, you rush to try to get in, lock your door and speed off. But before you can get there, you feel a hand reach for your throat. The good news is, you’re armed, you’re trained, and you’re ready to do

Your Help Needed to Pass Gun Bills in Columbus!

The truth is, I believe 2017 is going to be a critical year for Second Amendment supporters here in Ohio. You know what happened around the country on Election Day 2016. But the truth is, here in Ohio, Second Amendment supporters had plenty of our own successes as well. That’s why now is the time to ensure there are no more broken promises or excuses. Instead, it’s time for legislators

We're in position

With the national elections only a few weeks behind us, a lot has happened nationally and here in Ohio in the fight to defend and advance the Second Amendment. And with a lot going on and with so many new gun owners joining our ranks, please read this overview of where we stand as the legislature convenes today in Columbus – and then take action! Backdrop: No legislative year at

Renew Your Support for the 2nd Amendment in 2017!

You know what happened nationally. But with the strong results achieved by Second Amendment supporters right here in Ohio on November 8, it’s time for our State Legislature to get to work. There can be no more broken promises. No more excuses. Instead, it’s time for legislators to DELIVER with passage of Stand-Your-Ground and Constitutional Carry to restore Ohio’s place as one of the leading pro-Second Amendment states in the

Renew Your Support for the 2nd Amendment in 2017!

You know what happened nationally. But with the strong results achieved by Second Amendment supporters right here in Ohio on November 8, it’s time for our State Legislature to get to work. There can be no more broken promises. No more excuses. Instead, it’s time for legislators to DELIVER with passage of Stand-Your-Ground and Constitutional Carry to restore Ohio’s place as one of the leading pro-Second Amendment states in the