That "coroner" questions gets a lot of people. I found out about it about ten years before you started getting that experience
... (Told you I was old.)
That was quick. I did my original and two renewals (so far
) at Columbiana County. Idiotic procedural delays and a computer problem on the first CHL, but my actual time in the two places we had to go (once to the Sheriff's Office "downtown", and twice to the Jail) was under fifteen minutes for the renewals, and a bit less than an hour the first time. The only downside is that a renewal could have been handled with "come back in the afternoon", but the Deputy doing the work was assigned somewhere else until the following week....
I brought a picture anyway
.... Belt & suspenders....
AND, some boilerplate:
There's a sticky at http://forums.buckeyefirearms.org/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=10097
that you should have a look at. It's not mandatory, and may be hazardous to your health. But, should you survive, you'll either head for some other board, or start to really enjoy this place. Or, at least, figure out who the dog in my avatar is.
BTW, never a "line" at Columbiana. The "downtown" thing only takes a minute or two, and you can lean on a counter
. At the Jail, you can sit while you're waiting - you sign in and.... However, last time, for the first Jail visit, I went with two buddies, and they got the wrong sign-in sheet. One for "first visit", and one for "Second". Getting them on the right sheet killed twenty minutes