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What is Ohio's concealed carry test?

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To obtain a CCW permit in Ohio, a person must successfully complete eight hours of training with a licensed CCW instructor to earn a Certificate of Competency, according to BuckeyeFirearms.org. Training involves six hours of classroom instruction and two hours of shooting instruction, states the Ohio Concealed Carry Institute.

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The classroom instruction for the Certificate of Competency includes discussion of legal issues, such as where and when a concealed firearm may be carried. Other significant components of the training are handgun safety and basics of self-defense, as reported on ThruMyLens.org. The firearm qualification test requires shooters to accurately shoot at their targets 30 times at ranges of 10, 15 and 25 feet. The final component of the training is a cumulative written test on all the topics covered previously.

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