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About 30 people  openly carried firearms, held up signs and even wore T-shirts on Findlay’s Tiffin Avenue Saturday afternoon to serve as a reminder of gun owners’ legal rights. Those who legally purchase a firearm may visibly possess it without an additional license, according to Jeremy Gensler, president of Northwest Ohio Carry, who organized the march. The walk, which stretched from Plaza Court to the Wal-Mart store, was met with surprised looks and honks of support from passing motorists. Findlay police were notified in advance of the march, Gensler said. A related video can be seen at www.thecourier.com (Photo by Nick Moore)

About 30 people openly carried firearms, held up signs and even wore T-shirts on Findlay’s Tiffin Avenue Saturday afternoon to serve as a reminder of gun owners’ legal rights. Those who legally purchase a firearm may visibly possess it without an additional license, according to Jeremy Gensler, president of Northwest Ohio Carry, who organized the march. The walk, which stretched from Plaza Court to the Wal-Mart store, was met with surprised looks and honks of support from passing motorists. Findlay police were notified in advance of the march, Gensler said. A related video can be seen at www.thecourier.com
(Photo by Nick Moore)

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