In the New Year there will be a bevy of new laws facing Illinois Citizens. One new law that Gun Owners should pay close attention to is PA 101-0027, the Cannabis Regulation and Tax Act. This new law allows Illinois citizens over twenty-one the ability to purchase and consume cannabis recreationally. Illinois citizens have had the ability to purchase and consume cannabis for medical reasons for five years. There is a difference between the purchase and use of Medical Cannabis and Recreational Cannabis as it relates to your lawful rights to own and possess a firearm in Illinois. The following information is an attempt to dispel any myths or bad information that we have seen shared on various social media platforms as it relates to the ca...
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People who qualify for this include:
Sworn Law Enforcement Officers (Federal, State, & Local Agencies)
Retired L.E. Officers with “Retired Credentials”
Corrections Officers (Including Parole and Probation Officers)
Military Personel (Including Reservists & National Gaurd with I.D.)
Retired Military (With Credentials)
Court Judges, District Attorneys & Deputy District Attorneys
L.E. Academy Cadets with Enrollment Documentation
What does CCW or CCL stand for? A.CCWstands for Concealed Carry Weapon. CCL stands for Concealed Carry License. They are often used interchangeably.
Am I eligible for an Illinois Concealed Carry permit?
The answer is yes as long as:
I am at least 21 years old.
I have a valid FOID card. (you can apply for a F.O.I.D card at the same time as your CCW permit)
I do not have 2 or more violations related to driving while under the influence of alcohol, other drugs, or intoxicating compounds within the last 5 years.
I am not subject to a pending arrest warrant, prosecution or proceeding for an offense or action that could lead to disqualification to own or possess a firearm.
I have not been in residen...