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Help Illinois Gun Owners

Discussion in 'Politics, Elections & Legislation' started by GBatch_25, Jul 31, 2012.

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  1. GBatch_25

    GBatch_25 Active Member

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    If you are living in Illinois, follow this advice NOW:

    GOVERNOR QUINN TEAMS UP WITH MAYOR RAHM EMANUEL TO PROPOSE BILL TO TAX AND BAN YOUR GUNS

    YOUR IMMEDIATE ACTION REQUIRED

    As many of you know, Illinois Governor Pat Quinn today utilized his amendatory veto authority to hijack a pro-gun bill and convert it into a ban on so called assault weapons. Quinn claims that his bill would "...make Illinois a safer place."

    Of course, lawful Illinois firearm owners know better. We know that Quinn's true aim is to obliterate private firearm ownership in the state. Closer analysis of Quinn's bill reveals a host of opportunities for Quinn and his buddy Emanuel to make life miserable for the state's lawful firearm owners.

    Here is just a partial list of what this bill would do, if passed:

    1. Ban the manufacture, possession or sale of nearly every semiautomatic rifle, pistol and shotgun you own.

    2. Specifically ban Glock pistols since they share a common design with the Glock 18, a select fire handgun.

    3. Require you to register every semiautomatic firearm and every magazine you own that exceeds 10 round capacity. The kicker is that, under Quinn's proposal, the State Police can charge you unlimited fees to register your guns. Thus if Quinn's bill passes, you could very well find yourself paying $100 or even $1,000 per firearm per year to comply with the law. Additionally, you could find yourself paying $50, $100 or even $500 per year for each "high capacity" magazine you own. Can't pay? Well then you would have to surrender your guns to the State Police for destruction.

    This is just a taste of what you could expect from Quinn's gun ban. Twists and turns in the bill would certainly open up the doors to taxation, regulation, and outright bans on every civilian owned firearm in the state.

    Oh, and one thing is for sure, you can forget about concealed carry if Quinn's gun ban passes.

    HERE IS WHAT YOU NEED TO DO TO PROTECT YOUR GUN RIGHTS:

    1. Call your State Senator ASAP and politely tell him or her that you are a law-abiding Illinois firearm owner and that you expect him or her to vote against Quinn's gun ban should it come up for a vote. If you do not know who your State Senator is, please follow this link:

    Illinois Board of Elections District Official/Search:
    http://www.elections.state.il.us/DistrictLocator/DistrictOfficialSearchByAddress.aspx

    2. Pass this alert on to all your friends and family who own firearms. Tell them to make calls to the senate as well.

    3. Post this alert to any and all Internet blogs or bulletin boards to which you belong.

    4. If you're not already a member of the ISRA, then it's time you signed on to protect your gun rights. To join the ISRA, follow this link: www.isra.org/join

    5. Make a generous donation to the ISRA today so that we will be able to fight on against gun grabbers like Pat Quinn and Rahm Emanuel: www.isra.org/fight_4_your_rights.


    Yea, I know it sucks living here, but call your State Senator NOW.

    Gene Batchelar
    Wheaton, IL
     
  2. Francis Marion

    Francis Marion Well-Known Member

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    If you live in bankruptville, call your state reps and tell them NO on this. I would, but I'm a little too far north. Our governor told the public unions ENOUGH. Now, on Illinois gun laws. A few months back, Pike county passed CCW, in Pike county only. I was wondering what became of that. A VERY interesting move.
     
  3. Bruce Specht

    Bruce Specht Well-Known Member

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    I called today Glen thanks for the heads up!
     
  4. plaw

    plaw Active Member

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    I am not from Ill. but post some email address and I will give those a**holes a note from me.
     
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