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Glock23

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  1. Yes, but banning private transfers is also on their agenda, rendering that "feature" useless.Sent from my SM-G892A using Tapatalk
  2. I don't usually follow cases that much, but will there be audio and or transcripts of this case released anytime soon, or are we at the mercy of waiting for the decision? Sent from my SM-G892A using Tapatalk
  3. I think the record was a reference to the longest time frame, not the shortest... some early renewals were in hand in a matter of weeks.
  4. ISP Youtube channel: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCqmvVzpfjsojFnd50HndO5A Only 4 videos so far, the newest of which features the new female trooper.
  5. Doesn't make it right, but until everyone chooses to drive the speed limit (never), it's actually safer to just go with the flow of traffic. The two 4 lane highway options I can take between Illinois and St Louis are both 55mph zones. Morning traffic runs between 65-70mph. Once on the interstate outer loop in St Louis (60mph), traffic flows between 70-75mph. The people getting pulled over are the ones doing 80mph and above, weaving in and out of the flow, not using their signals, etc.
  6. What amazes me is the number of people on this forum who obviously don't keep up with the FOID Act and the FCCA.
  7. Doesn't really matter who his friends were. The only way I know of that he could've carried in IL is if he were former/retired LEO, in which case the Utah permit wouldn't matter. Unless you can cite the IL law that allowed him to carry on a Utah permit, I stand by my previous statement.
  8. Before the FCCA (July 2013), concealed carry has been banned in Illinois since the 40s. If your friend was carrying in Illinois on a Utah permit, he was doing so illegally.
  9. You renewed before the expiration date, so your CCL remains valid while the ISP drag their feet.
  10. Yes, but until the FOID is gone completely, it's still a roadblock. So I don't need a FOID to have a gun at home, but without a FOID, I still can't go out and buy one, legally transport it to/from a range to practice, etc.
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