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IL HB4259 - Ammunition Accountability Act

Discussion in 'Activism' started by Soybomb, Jan 29, 2008.

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  1. Soybomb

    Soybomb Member

    Oct 31, 2005
    Just something new to watch...


    Bill Status of HB4259 95th General Assembly
    House Sponsors
    Rep. William Davis

    Synopsis As Introduced
    Creates the Ammunition Accountability Act. Provides that all firearm ammunition manufactured or sold in the State of Illinois on or after January 1, 2010 shall be coded by the manufacturer. Provides that effective January 1, 2011, all firearm ammunition used within the State of Illinois shall be coded by the manufacturer. Provides that on or after January 1, 2011, a person in possession of non-coded ammunition that was manufactured prior to January 1, 2010, may transfer the same only to an heir, to an individual residing in another state maintaining the ammunition in another state, or to a federally licensed firearms dealer. Provides that the Department of State Police shall be responsible for establishing and maintaining an Ammunition Coding System Database (ACSD) containing specified information. Establishes penalties and exemptions.

    Also see http://www.ilga.gov/legislation/ful...um=4349&GAID=9&LegID=34853&SpecSess=&Session=

    And for a better preview at the year
    above list from http://illinoiscarry.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=7848 Its looking like every other year so far :D
  2. 2TransAms

    2TransAms Member

    Feb 26, 2006
    Illinois,by St. Louis MO
    More of the same baloney.


    I'll keep my eye on it. Don't our elected leaders have anything better to do?
  3. Autolycus

    Autolycus Member

    Feb 13, 2006
    In the land of make believe.
    Unfortunately they do not have better things to do. I am sure they are avoiding real issues such as the ever increasing cost of living in this state, the fact that Chicagolands roads are terrible, the corruption that seems to govern our little state, or anything of that nature.
  4. Willis

    Willis Member

    May 11, 2007

    With the law makers in Daleyland it sure worries me that two of your fine examples are trying to be President.
  5. sctman800

    sctman800 Member

    Jan 5, 2003
    Westville, Ill.
    We get the same "stuf" thrown at us every year so I am pretty much used to it. That doesn't mean that I like it, it just makes me more determined to work to change things in this state. I really think things will get better in Illinois because a lot of people are getting fed up with this and becoming more active.
    Change will not come easy, we will have to work at it. I will be at IGOLD again this year and every year until things do get better. This will be my third time to Springfield. The first time was about five years ago and IIRC there were about 200 people there. Last year there was 1500+ there and hopefully we will double that number this year. I had 30 flyers printed up for IGOLD and put them up every where I go that has any type of bulletin board. I am now putting out my second bunch of 30 I had printed after running out. This is also rewarding at times also, I asked the owner of a local auto parts store if I could post a flyer at his shop. He hung it up himself and thanked me and shook my hand.
    We have a primary race for States Attorney, I contacted each of them with questions about 2A issues and local situations they would be involved in. After evaulating their answers I contacted the one whose views best matched my own and offered to work for his campaign. So I now have a yard sign and I spent today passing out flyers.
    This state will get better but the change won't come easy, Jim.
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