JustaShooter wrote:Nothing gained, and one thing lost - an Ohio license gives you an exception from the Federal Gun Free School Zone Act for any schools located in Ohio. The FL license does not. Not that it is a big issue, but still.
The disadvantage to switching from a FL to OH license is you'll have to take an Ohio class. Not a bad thing, but it is time and money.
sodbuster95 wrote:Like you, when I first applied for my Ohio license, I also obtained a non-resident license in Florida (and Pennsylvania, actually). Ohio reciprocity agreements now have me covered in all the same states for which non-resident licenses were once required so I now have only an Ohio license.
Col Duke wrote:Thanks all, you confirmed my thoughts on the matter.
djthomas wrote:Pretty much the same situation for me. I've let all my various out of state licenses expire because I'm just not traveling anymore. The only exception is Texas which I keep up because my sister's house is literally across the street from a school and I can renew online for $40, although I had to take the original class in Texas.
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