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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. ISP Youtube channel: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCqmvVzpfjsojFnd50HndO5A Only 4 videos so far, the newest of which features the new female trooper.
  4. 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.
  5. Schools are unlikely to ever be removed from the prohibited list.
  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. 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.
  10. They didn't in my case. We bought a new house in late September, and within a week or so I updated my DL and voter registration to the new address. I then submitted my CCL renewal, including change of address, on December 13th, at least 2 months after my official change of address.
  11. Nope, as Molly pointed out, there is an appeals process. I was just answering based on the lack of info in the original post.
  12. State laws aside, firearm prohibitions due to felonies is a federal law, so it would be pointless to sue the ISP.
  13. If they were transferred to her, technically she owns them. Was transfer paperwork done for the firearms? Different story if they were just released into her custody. In that case, she just needs to give them back.
  14. It is perfectly legal for a nonresident to buy a gun here without a FOID card... happens at gun shows all the time. There is no requirement for her FOID number to be documented anywhere, nor is it a requirement that private transfers use the form provided by the ISP. IIRC, all interstate transfers need to go through an FFL, and handguns must be received in the purchaser's state. All she needs to do is take your guns to an FFL in Illinois who then transfers them to an FFL in your state where you take possession of them. Or, if all you have is long guns, you can do the transfer face to face at an FFL in Illinois. Nothing about Illinois' FOID law applies to you anymore, that's all she needs to know.
  15. If you are only Illinois prohibited due to a revoked FOID, and not federally prohibited, it's already legal for her to give them back to you. Illinois gun laws don't apply to other states.
  16. It also gives them a head start on what's involved in being a responsible, (Illinois) law-abiding gun owner.
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