http://events.r20.constantcontact.c...7eaw0028cad13769b&llr=hgmoveeab&showPage=true Ohio Carry is having a legal seminar at Gun Envy in Columbus this saturday at 9am. They'll be going over firearms laws and whatnot for Ohio. It's presented by Barney Debrosse, an NFA trust lawyer in Ohio, and costs $30 to attend. For those that'll balk at that, $30 is cheaper than having to hire a lawyer afterwards to tell me I've screwed up on something. After the seminar, they'll be having a Q&A session, and I've been writing down a few questions I've been thinking of since I took my CCW class(had Ken Hanson do a 2 hour presentation during my class). So far the questions I've got are: How would a trigger job(lighter pull) on your CCW pistol affect you legally in a self defense situation? Would we be able to use an AR/AK pistol as a CCW in our vehicle? Ken's answer was that I'd have an expensive time in court trying to legally define them as a handgun. I'm gonna ask this guy and see if he says the same thing, or if he might have an idea on the legalities of those pistols. What are the legalities of using a suppressor on a home defense firearm? How will constitutional carry affect what we can have loaded for use in our vehicles? i.e. Will we be able to load an AR rifle up and carry it in the car, or will it still be relegated to handguns? my last question will be on the process of setting an NFA trust up with his law firm; How much will one cost? Do we need to buy an NFA item before we can set one up, or can we set one up and then use it when we do buy an NFA item? For those that can't attend, if you'd like any questions answered for you, let me know and I'll try to get them answered for you during the Q&A session and post them here.