If a gun store follows the letter of the law when transferring a firearm, i.e., recording the CHL number and accurately completing everything else, there is no more liability than if they had reported the purchase to the feds via NICS. And if you are arrested for raping a 10 year old girl in Kentucky, you are not going to be free to purchase a firearm at Fin Feather Fur. Moreover, a refusal to sell that person a firearm does nothing to undo the rape.
Background checks do not reduce crime. Laws that prohibit certain people from having firearms do not reduce crime. These are irrefutable facts. Like the islamic supremacist in France who used truck to kill people because he could not obtain a firearm. He probably would have killed less people with a firearm. If the 9/11/2001 islamic supremacists would have used firearms they would have killed less people.
We here all know these things, but many do not because of the propaganda displayed in the media. Gun stores taking extra steps to "make sure guns don't fall into the wrong hands" furthers the propaganda and works against our cause. Just remember if Clinton is elected and gets to make supreme court appointments, we will soon be designated as having "the wrong hands."
All true but for the first paragraph, if the have an Ohio CHL and FFF accepts that, the sale COULD and most likely would go through. Now if FFF calls NICS, NICS would see the arrest last week and deny the transfer. Right now there is no process for an out of state department to confiscate a CHL, or for them to know it even exists without running special queries on the person that are not standard queries.. Ohio law simply allows an Ohio sheriff that issued the license to suspend it once they become aware of the arrest. Which currently in 87 counties is not until they renew unless someone specifically calls them.
That's where the media and political backlash will occur for that store. And some simply don't want it. Their choice and your choice to shop there or not. But a reason to say the store doesn't support your second amendment right, I disagree. Heck, FFF should be able to sell you a Hi Point without any check or form at all. After all, it is 100% made in Ohio therefore no interstate commerce involved.