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Posted: 2/24/2002 4:53:44 AM EST
I have a few questions on IL gunlaws, and how they pertain to those of us visiting the state for the BRC. 1)What is a FOID and am I correct that I don't need one as a non-resident? 2)If you need a FOID to transport a firearm, do I need to get one, or does this apply only to IL residents? 3)If I'm a non-resident void of FOID, how exactly do I legally transport a weapon in IL? 4)Are there any types of bans, or restrictions on types of weapons in IL that will affect me attending the BRC? Ross
Link Posted: 2/25/2002 3:10:47 AM EST
[Last Edit: 2/25/2002 4:02:31 AM EST by Oslow]
1) Firearm Owners ID. Illinois residents are required to have one to own firearms or purchase ammo. Non-residents don't need one. 2) Applies only to Illinois residents. 3) State law requires the firearm to be transported unloaded, in a case. Not a holster, completely enclosed in a case. Unloaded would mean no mag in your AR. But, don't take my word for it because somebody will probably disagree. The ISP has a brochure that addresses this issue. Illinois State Police Popular Brochures [url]http://www.isp.state.il.us/[/url] 4) No full auto, no suppressors. No rifles in the gun rack in the window (unless they are unloaded, in a case). No loaded pistol in the console, glove box or under the seat (unloaded, in a case). [green]That is a PDF file. If you can't access it, here is all you really need to know, directly from the brochure:[/green] [red]How can I legally transport a firearm on my person or in my vehicle?[/red] 1. Unloaded and, 2. Enclosed in a case, and 3. By persons who have a valid FOID card. Nonresidents are subject to Illinois law, restrictions, and penalties, and should be familiar with them if the nonresident plans to bring a firearm into the state. Nonresidents must comply with the gun case law as described above. Additionally, the firearm must not be immediately accessible or must be broken down in a non-functioning state. [green]If it is in a case, it doesn't have to be broken down. If you don't have a case then it should be broken down to comply fully with state law.[/green]
Link Posted: 3/4/2002 8:15:05 PM EST
[Last Edit: 3/4/2002 8:15:50 PM EST by Kingme]
What questions are asked to get the FOID card? Do they ask for type and quantity of guns?
Link Posted: 3/5/2002 5:03:41 PM EST
Originally Posted By Kingme: What questions are asked to get the FOID card? Do they ask for type and quantity of guns?
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You won't require one for the BRC. This is for IL residents. This is our states "Firearm License". It asks the usual questions on the form 1. Are you a felon? 2. Are you adicted to drugs? 3. Blah, Blah, Blah..... There are NO questions as to quantity, quality, or type....... Oh yea, an odd-ball size picture of your mug is required too. Think they would make it easy with a passport size photo??? NO! Like I said though, you don't require one.
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