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Old March 2, 2009, 10:35 PM   #6
Webleymkv
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The Indiana statute states that out of state license will be recognized according to their terms. I am a retired attorneey and I read that to mean that if the state issues a license only for handguns, that is all that will be allowed.
As far as I know, handguns are the only type of firearm which require a state liscence to carry in Indiana. Loaded longarms, such as rifles and shotguns, may not be legally carried concealed or otherwise as far as I know with or without a liscence. Therefore, whether Ohio allows you to legally carry a longarm or not is irrelevant as it is illegal for both residents and nonresidents to do so in the state of Indiana.
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