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    Bill Requiring 18-20-Year-Olds to Hand Over Certain Semi-Automatic Firearms Moves to Senate

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    Illinois Bill Requiring 18-20-Year-Olds to Hand Over Certain Semi-Automatic Firearms Moves to Senate

    By AWR Hawkins
    Breitbart
    March 8th. 2018

    A bill requiring 18-20 year olds to hand over or transfer ownership of heretofore legally possessed “assault weapons” is gaining sponsors in the Illinois Senate after passing the House last month. The bill, HB 1465, was sponsored in the House by Rep. Michelle Mussman (D-Schaumburg) and passed by a vote of 64-51 on February 28.

    After being introduced in the upper house by Senate President John Cullerton (D-Chicago), the bill has added seven co-sponsors in the last week. Notable among them was Sen. Jim Oberweis (R-Sugar Grove), the NRA “A” rated 2014 Republican nominee for U.S. Senate.

    The NRA-ILA described the weapons covered by HB 1465 as “commonly-owned semi-automatic firearms.” The bill also requires 18-20-year-olds to forfeit ownership of any magazines that hold more than ten rounds of ammunition.

    The guns and magazines remain legal for persons 21 and up, but persons under 21 would have 90 days to give up ownership, should HB 1465 become law.

    Fox 2 reports that critics of Mussman’s bill were taken aback by “the idea that the government would confiscate property.” Mussman responded to these concerns by assuring them “authorities will not visit homes to pick up weapons.” Rather, “a first offense for getting caught with prohibited firearms would be a misdemeanor offense.”

    The push to force 18-20 year olds to give up the enumerated semiautomatic firearms is now under consideration by the Illinois Senate.
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    Around 800 homicides, a few thousand shootings, in the City of Chicago alone every year and they want 18-20 year-olds to surrender their so-called "assault weapons?" Yep, makes perfect sense.

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    Unconstitutional Ex-Post-Facto law.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Roundballer View Post
    Unconstitutional Ex-Post-Facto law.
    But, this is Illinois,where all things illegal, are possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roundballer View Post
    Unconstitutional Ex-Post-Facto law.
    don't worry, they'll add in something that says they can show proof of selling it to somebody over 21. just like new york and california and mass did for getting objectionable items out of state...
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    Bout' time. Finally, Chicago will be a safer place.
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    When are they going to pass a bill asking 18-21 year olds to turn in their pistols?

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    "No man's life, liberty or property are safe while the Legislature is in session." - Judge Gideon Tucker ....

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    The NRA filed suit in Florida just hours after Gov. Rick Scott signed legislation that included prohibiting 18~20 year olds from purchase.


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    After they confiscate all the "commonly-owned semi-automatic firearms" & force forfeiture of all the over 10 round magazines their next move will be to go after all commonly owned automobiles that can hold over 10 gallons of gasoline & give 16-20 year olds 90 days to get rid of all cell phones that can hold over 10 social media contacts, or hold over 10 phone numbers.

    I wonder how long before the midnight door kick-in's start & the forced train rides to concentration camps begin?

    I foresee a smooth talking dictator in our future complete with henchmen & jack-boot enforcement squads.

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