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Buckeye Firearms Association

Two gun rights groups are threatening to sue the city of Cincinnati after city council Wednesday passed an ordinance banning so-called "trigger activators" like bump stocks, modifications that allow rapid fire.  

Ohio Public Radio

The gubernatorial primary is the first election for statewide office since Ohio supported Donald Trump in 2016. 

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A pro-gun group says it is prepared to sue the City of Columbus if the group determines proposed gun control laws violate state law. 

Ohio Public Radio

Tuesday's shootings at multiple locations in Northern California and other mass killings in the U.S. are prompting more debate about gun control.

Ohio gun groups say they oppose any bans on the bump stocks used by the Las Vegas mass shooter to turn semi-automatic rifles into rapid-fire automatic weapons.

Advocates on both sides of a proposed bill in the Ohio House to relax restrictions on gun-free zones are wasting no time in weighing in on yesterday's attack at Ohio State University by a knife wielding student. 

As one might expect, both sides in the gun control debate have different takes on the executive actions President Obama announced this week to try and reduce the rate of gun violence.

Gun rights advocates supporting a plan to let Ohio hunters use silencers have given 20 state lawmakers or their aides a first-person look at the devices.

Lawmakers Consider Changes To State Gun Laws

Oct 29, 2013

Ohio lawmakers are taking up a bill that would change gun laws in Ohio.

Opponents of a plan to enact Florida's "Stand Your Ground" law in Ohio held a protest at the Statehouse yesterday.

Teachers Sign Up For Weapons Training

Jan 4, 2013

A gun rights group says the number of teachers who have signed up for a free training program is growing.

Gun Rights Group To Train Teachers

Dec 27, 2012

Following the Connecticut school shootings, the Buckeye Firearms Association is launching a pilot program to train 24 teachers on how to use firearms.