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Published: 9/23/2013 - Updated: 6 months ago


Northwest Ohio Carry rally

Jami Gensler’s 2-month-old daughter was safely snuggled Sunday in a baby carrier — her little fingers protruding from beneath a blanket just low enough to touch the hammer of her mom’s holstered handgun. The mother-daughter duo were in downtown Toledo with 35 others for a peaceful walk that included a variation of weapons. CLICK ON ANY IMAGE TO ENLARGE PHOTO, START SLIDESHOW.

Jeremy Gensler, left, and Ryan Anderson lead the parade down Monroe Street. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Jeremy Gensler, left, and Ryan Anderson lead the parade down Monroe Street.
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Tyler Anderson, 4, from Toledo, looks at a Enlarge | Buy This Photo Tyler Anderson, 4, from Toledo, looks at a "Don't Tread on Me" banner.
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Jami Gensler holds her daughter, Aubree, next to her gun. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Jami Gensler holds her daughter, Aubree, next to her gun.
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D.J. Smith during Northwest Ohio Carry's first open carry walk. Enlarge | Buy This Photo D.J. Smith during Northwest Ohio Carry's first open carry walk.
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Ryan Anderson, left, and Stephen Recknagel at the rally. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Ryan Anderson, left, and Stephen Recknagel at the rally.
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Steve Stasa, left, of Holland, Stephen Recknagel, center, of Toledo, and Corey Eggers of Toledo check out a AR-15. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Steve Stasa, left, of Holland, Stephen Recknagel, center, of Toledo, and Corey Eggers of Toledo check out a AR-15.
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Stephen Recknagel, left, of Toledo holds his AR-15 while friend Steve Stasa of Holland gets ready with an AK-47 to join the parade. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Stephen Recknagel, left, of Toledo holds his AR-15 while friend Steve Stasa of Holland gets ready with an AK-...
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Jeremy Gensler leads the parade down Monroe Street. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Jeremy Gensler leads the parade down Monroe Street.
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