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Child Access Prevention
Ohio has no law that imposes a penalty on someone who fails to secure an unattended firearm and leaves it accessible to an unsupervised minor.
Ohio has no law that requires unattended firearms to be stored in a certain way.
Ohio law provides that when selling any firearm, a federally licensed firearms dealer must offer for sale a trigger lock, gun lock, or gun locking device appropriate for the firearm being sold.1 Federal law is similar.
Ohio has no law requiring firearm owners to utilize locking devices.
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