This is a scary one. Since I can remember, drinking and guns went together, sort of. I mean if you are having friends over, barbecuing, watching a ballgame, or other ‘ manly’ activities, odds are if you got a new gun, you might show it off. That doesn’t mean it’s loaded or that ammo is even in the room. The guy in the article was drunk, cleaning a gun, an unloaded gun. Think about it, 2-3 beers and the guns are off limits?
The Ohio Supreme Court is considering a constitutional challenge brought by a man charged last year for carrying a firearm while intoxicated.
The highest court in the state is set to hear arguments in February on whether a 45-year-old law prohibiting gun owners carrying while intoxicated applies if the gun owner is inside their own home, the Associated Press reported on Saturday.
According to court documents, Clermont County Sheriff’s Office officers responded to the home of Fredrick Weber on February 17, 2018, after his wife called police to report he was intoxicated and in possession of a gun.