Ohio law gives the Attorney General the right to negotiate concealed carry handgun reciprocity agreements with other states.
Under such agreements, Ohio and other states agree to respect each other's concealed carry laws and recognize each other's permit holders.
In assessing whether to enter a reciprocity agreement, the Attorney General must determine if another state's concealed carry law and requirements are "substantially comparable" to Ohio's.
Ohio has reciprocity agreements with the following states. Click on the state name for more details about the agreement.