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  1. I moved to Indiana this fall. I got my Indiana Lifetime LTC in less than two weeks. The day I became an official Indiana resident (by applying for my Indiana DL), I applied online for an Indiana License to Carry. I made an appointment same day for fingerprints, and followed it up two days later with a visit to the sheriff's office (as local law enforcement process the application here instead of state agency). I had my lifetime carry license sooner than I had my "Real ID" drivers license, and it cost all of $13 (fingerprint fee). Very different process than Illinois. (And I suspect by next year Indiana will go Constitutional Carry and the license will be moot anyway except for reciprocity.)
  2. Depends where you are. Police in Chicago won't come even if you have eyes on the stolen car. They don't bother to come and stop the crime in progress, and only take a report over the phone. (This happened to a friend many years ago. I imagine it's even worse now.)
  3. Soundguy is correct. I am the author of these apps. https://www.indianagunowners.com/
  4. Yep. We get rid of one dictator (Madigan), and another one even worse pops up in his place. It's the Democrat way...
  5. I love the picture with the AR-15. Virginia has been deep blue last couple of elections. Great to see a couple of good pro-2a conservatives elected.
  6. Perfectly legal. No gray area at all if at least one of your parents has a FOID card. I stored my handgun at my parents house and later at a friends house back when I lived in Chicago before the McDonald decision. Also, any "safe" you buy (residential security container) can actually be defeated in a few minutes with the right power tools. But certainly much better than nothing. One downside is if you store your firearms elsewhere, you won't have them available should the need arise for self defense.
  7. Things went to normal very quickly. Last weekend, most people in stores had masks. This weekend, very few did. Thank goodness!
  8. That's terrible. So they have enough free time to bother to actively go after lawful CCW holders? What, there's no theft at that mall? How about going after actual crime?
  9. Great news. If they can force NY to "shall issue", it would be a huge step in the right direction. Expecting 50 state Constitutional Carry is unrealistic, but any movement toward 2nd amendment rights will be great.
  10. done. I see the antis are doing a call to action also. Lots of "proponents" as well as "opponents"
  11. The dems want this every time. I guess it's time to call them, email them, etc... Let them know that a vote for this will hurt their reelection...
  12. Anti-gun activist as head of ATF. Another stunning Biden pick.
  13. Both .380 and 9mm are good choices. I have firearms in both. Get your wife out to the range with various rental guns to find out what is the right gun for her. There is no one-size-fits-all answer.
  14. You're fine on private property with the property owners permission. See bold below: 720 ILCS 5/24-1.6 Aggravated unlawful use of a weapon. (a) A person commits the offense of aggravated unlawful use of a weapon when he or she knowingly: (1) Carries on or about his or her person or in any vehicle or concealed on or about his or her person except when on his or her land or in his or her abode, legal dwelling, or fixed place of business, or on the land or in the legal dwelling of another person as an invitee with that person's permission, any pistol, revolver, stun gun or taser or other firearm; or
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