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Discussion in 'Concealed Carrying & Personal Protection' started by CCW4GOOCH, Jul 9, 2013.
What states will Illinois recognize?
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According to the Illinois State Police website, none.
and dont expect the police in chitcago to recognize a illinoise ccw either...
I wouldn't be surprised if Illinois didn't recognize any other state's ccp. There's no way for them to make money from it.
From what I've heard Illinois may end up honoring States that have the same training requirements as theirs.
on a side note - if you want to hear some all time awe inspiring seriously stupid ****...
the ISP is up there talking now, taking Quinns side, and a lot of the stuff they're saying is ... oh my god...tripping over yourself stupid
You can tell they don't believe in the stuff they're saying but they are being forced to say it anyways.
There's no way a 1/2 intelligent human being can actually believe the stuff that's being said in this hearing right now
Here's the latest..... Still unsure if they will honor other States. I hope so since I'm right next door.
Front page of The Drudge Report
It's still a bad bill - I would have been much happier with Constitutional Carry over this ****e bill, but hey ... it is what it is.
They would never allow it to go to Constitutional carry.
Not exactly. That's what the other bill said, but this one only says:
"(b) The Department shall by rule allow for non-resident license applications from any state or territory of the United States with laws related to firearm ownership, possession, and carrying, that are substantially similar to the requirements to obtain a license under this Act."
So, they don't recognize the CCW from other states (reciprocity). But they will allow non-residents from a few states to make a non-resident application.
The other bill (HB0997) had a short list of states that met that criteria. The other bill actually offered reciprocity to these states:
"Those states with substantially similar laws include, but are not limited to: Arizona, California, Florida, Iowa, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Mexico, Ohio, Tennessee, Texas, and Wisconsin."
I would t doubt this at all.
Illinois requires more training hours than any other state. The politicians will tell you hat they they will honor others states knowing full well no other state matches their requirement.
I wish Chicago would just implode. Average national IQ would skyrocket and crime rates plummet.
From what I understand no reciprocity, however you could apply for an out of state Illinois CCW permit which would still include 16 hours of training and the minor inconvenience of a $300.00 fee ($150.00 for in state in addition to the training)