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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by cluznar View Post
    Now Illinois needs to set up reciprocity with other states and also allow non-resident permits.


    As someone who holds an Arkansas CCHL which is good in 40 states and every state I go to or through with the single exception of ILL.... I sure hope it's soon. I carry every minute of every day unless I'm at work or in bed and it pisses me off to disarm and make my legal carry non-operable and locked in a case to travel through ILL which I do frequently traveling from AR to IN.

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  3. Quote Originally Posted by Michael Ramsey View Post
    As someone who holds an Arkansas CCHL which is good in 40 states and every state I go to or through with the single exception of ILL.... I sure hope it's soon. I carry every minute of every day unless I'm at work or in bed and it pisses me off to disarm and make my legal carry non-operable and locked in a case to travel through ILL which I do frequently traveling from AR to IN.
    according to the national right to carry act anyone with a valid state issued permit can carry in any state that issues conceal carry permits, does this go for Illinois too??

  4. #13
    Note, that unlike a lot of the anti-gun states, the new IL law does not prohibit carry in places selling alcohol. Those anti-gunner states should take note.

  5. Quote Originally Posted by Smitty12 View Post
    according to the national right to carry act anyone with a valid state issued permit can carry in any state that issues conceal carry permits, does this go for Illinois too??
    The bill you are referring to has not yet made it through the Senate much less signed by the POTUS. S. 2188 passed the House in March 2012 and has not seem much traction since.

  6. Quote Originally Posted by nogods View Post
    Note, that unlike a lot of the anti-gun states, the new IL law does not prohibit carry in places selling alcohol. Those anti-gunner states should take note.
    From a site reporting on the Illinois Conceal Carry Law.

    On Tuesday, Illinois became the 50th state to enact concealed-carry legislation. The Illinois law allows concealed guns on private property and places of work and worship unless property owners post signage that indicates otherwise; it prohibits guns in schools, parks, child care facilities, government buildings, public transportation, and establishments where the majority of revenue comes from alcohol sales, among other places.

  7. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by jasonb92 View Post
    From a site reporting on the Illinois Conceal Carry Law.

    On Tuesday, Illinois became the 50th state to enact concealed-carry legislation. The Illinois law allows concealed guns on private property and places of work and worship unless property owners post signage that indicates otherwise; it prohibits guns in schools, parks, child care facilities, government buildings, public transportation, and establishments where the majority of revenue comes from alcohol sales, among other places.
    I had read otherwise, but after doing some research it appears you are correct.

    That needs to be changed. Either the state should not grant a permit to a person it thinks is irresponsible or allow the person to carry everywhere. Illinois has adopted a "must issue" position, and thus it believes it need to micro-manage permit holders, just like a lot of other anti-gun states with a similar laws.

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    WE have a CCW law, is it the best no. But it is a historical law, in that they had to honor carry. Now we will pressure and try to reform it.

  9. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Ramsey View Post
    As someone who holds an Arkansas CCHL which is good in 40 states and every state I go to or through with the single exception of ILL.... I sure hope it's soon. I carry every minute of every day unless I'm at work or in bed and it pisses me off to disarm and make my legal carry non-operable and locked in a case to travel through ILL which I do frequently traveling from AR to IN.
    From what I read on the Illinois Carry bill, Illinois will NOT honor, recognize or allow anyone with a out of state CCL to carry. Illinois will only allow or honos the Illinois CCL. From how much training Illinois is demanding and the cost of a non resident CCL they are trying to make it as hard as they can to get one. Besides Illinois is broke so they want to raise revenue. The best thing that I see in the bill is Illinois in now a "shall issue" state. I really never thought IL would do that. But as I said IL is broke so they want to raise revenue!!

    I was born and raised in Illinois so I believe I know how the lib-o-rats think!

  10. Scary Waiver!

    I have read the law. After considering the 26 places you won't be allowed to carry - I wonder where you can. If I were wanting to carry I would certainly want to do so in parks and public transit.

    The thing that would really scare the hell out of me is the provision in Sec. 25(c) which requires the applicant to WAIVE ALL PRIVACY AND CONFIDENTIALITY RIGHTS AND PRIVILEGES UNDER ALL FEDERAL AND STATE LAWS.

    In view of the above and the $300.00 non-resident fee and the fact that I only drive THROUGH Cook County I think I'll pass on getting an Illinois permit. I would think that neighboring states will have reciprocity soon.

    David W. Barrow III, J.D.

  11. Actually Illinois has "safe passage" which allows an out-of-state permit holder to remain armed while driving through the state. If you stop you MUST immediately unload your firearm and store it securely (I THINK the glove box or center console will do).
    Last edited by David W. Barrow III, JD; 07-12-2013 at 09:47 AM. Reason: add parenthsis

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