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Old June 11, 2014, 08:23 PM   #1
Gary Slider
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NE Honors IL. . . Guam Shall Issue. . . IL Vehicle Carry

Nebraska has added Illinois to the list of states it honors. Nebraska just looks at a states law and if they meet their criteria they will honor them. There are a few more states that should add Illinois in the coming months as a state they honor as they do it the same was as Nebraska.
https://statepatrol.nebraska.gov/med...gunpermits.pdf
https://statepatrol.nebraska.gov/med...oispermits.pdf

Guam is now Shall Issue. Guam requires a Firearms Identification Card and the Carry Permit will be and endorsement on the persons FID Card. It will be valid for 3 years. The same length of time as a FID Card. Though the Application wording (Same form as when they were May Issue. That could change.) seems like Guam is May Issue they are Shall Issue and Self Defense is a valid reason for a permit. You can see the Application here
http://gpd.guam.gov/wp-content/uploa...n-March-29.pdf

There seems to be some confusion out there about Illinois Car Carry by non residents with a valid permit. I highly recommend if you are going to travel or stop in Illinois you read the Illinois Page at www.handgunlaw.us thoroughly to understand what you can and can’t do while traveling through Illinois with your loaded Self Defense firearm in your vehicle.
http://www.handgunlaw.us/states/illinois.pdf

Lots of changes coming July 1 and in the weeks after in a hand full of states. Many states use July 1 as the effective date of legislation unless they put an effective date in the bill. Georgians so called “Guns Everywhere” is an example of laws becoming effective July 1. Many of those changes will not show up on www.handgunlaw.us until the effective date of the law as it changes existing law.
On a side note I am in the middle of a major Addition/Remodeling job for my son. I usually answer all emails within a few hours. It may take 18 to 24 hours to receive a reply from Handgunlaw.us for the next few months.
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