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Discussion Covers Ohio Firearm and Self-Defense Laws
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Story By: Brigitte Coles

 

 

 
 
 
   
   
  Originally Published on: 11/13/2012

Jim Irvine, Buckeye Firearms Association, chairman, was the guest speaker Monday night at the non-partisan Mansfield North Central Ohio Tea Party Association meeting in Bellville.

 
Irvine works with legislators and interested parties to enact changes to Ohio firearm and self-defense laws.
Irvine has worked with candidates to help them better understand the various firearms related interests and disciplines.

Irvine also coordinates work and funding for the Foundation's involvements with education activities and litigation.

For more information about Ohio firearm and self-defense laws visit www.BuckeyeFirearms.org.

   
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