There is no place in the State of Illinois for weapons designed to rapidly fire at human targets at close range.Yet it is immediately preceded by:
The ban would not pertain to law enforcement officials or members of the military.So it's OK for the police to have 'weapons designed to rapidly fire at human targets at close range'? Why would they need such a deadly device?
Just more PuSH'er stupidity.
Anywhoo, the real meat of the matter is this. They will be going into special session on the 17th. They have 15 days to deal w/ it or it dies which means that the instate mailorder ammo bill would die w/ it. On the other hand, if it does die, legal challenges become possible because from what I've been informed, the Il Gov. does not have the constitutional power/authority to add unrelated legislation to his vetos.
Start calling your legislators. Join the ISRA. Support your local FFL's and ranges. and REMEMBER THIS when it comes time to vote.