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    Suppressors for IL: New legislation proposed

    New legislation brought forward in Springfield proposes legalizing sound suppressors and makes some good changes to the IL CCW law. The changes were proposed by Rep Phelps, a Democrat who was the original author of the IL CCW Law. With a Republican governor, there maybe a chance this might actually happen.


    http://m.thesouthern.com/news/state-...ile_touch=true

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    I am saddened that this did not gain any traction and fell by the wayside.
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    How is this affected by new ruling by the BATF?http://soldiersystems.net/2016/01/05...comment-808035

    Nevemind SSD replied already
    Last edited by Ledanek; 01-05-16 at 14:36.
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    If you are in a fight, and something impedes your ability to adequately project force, correct that problem or remove yourself from the fight.

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    Suppressors still illegal in IL. The new ATF ruling removed cleo approval, but still illegal and won't get tax stamp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CGS View Post
    Suppressors still illegal in IL. The new ATF ruling removed cleo approval, but still illegal and won't get tax stamp.
    thanks. I guess I'll looking for a better hearing protection.
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    If you are in a fight, and something impedes your ability to adequately project force, correct that problem or remove yourself from the fight.

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    This has come back around and we need your witness slips. It is likely to be heard in committee tomorrow.

    http://my.ilga.gov/WitnessSlip/Creat...=1463523605731
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    Quote Originally Posted by CGS View Post
    This has come back around and we need your witness slips. It is likely to be heard in committee tomorrow.

    http://my.ilga.gov/WitnessSlip/Creat...=1463523605731
    Excellent. Witness slip sent. Great catch CGS!

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    So suppressors almost became legal... It passed in the house with little opposition but didn't make it past the senate. Cullerton refused to call it for vote. I suspect a trade off will be made next session, hopefully not no-fly-no-buy. Anyways, next session starts in November so I'll be watching. I'll try to post here but you can also check www.gunrights4illinois.com
    -Thomas

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