Ohio issued a record-breaking 158,000 concealed-carry gun permits last year, and 75 percent of them were for newly licensed individuals, reports the Columbus Dispatch. Buckeye Firearms Association Chairman Jim Irvine said the perception that only "gun people" are getting concealed-carry licenses is changing. "It's becoming more mainstream," Irvine said. "It's about safety, not just guns . . .
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