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Sanctuary gun counties in Illinois

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Posted Today, 10:16 AM

It's been a month or more since I've been around IC. With DeKalb being red, how will this effect members of ASC? By that I mean, since the club only allows legal firearms to be fired on the property, will members be restricted to whatever new laws get on the books? ...

I'd say it's a question for the board at ASC. Just spitballing... I'D guess the state law would govern the acceptable items on club property. The resolution is more of a symbolic message that serves two purposes. ...

The county resolution pledges that no county resources (e.g., the sheriff) will be used to enforce gun bans. It doesn't make illegal guns legal.

That's similar to sanctuary city laws. They don't make illegal aliens legal. They just pledge that no local law enforcement, etc., will aid in arresting or processing them.

Even if DeKalb had passed the resolution, ASC would still have to decide if it was going to allow illegal guns on its property. The same thing applies to every other range in the state.

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