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Chicago/Cook/IL transporting gun and ammo

Discussion in 'Illinois Glockers' Club' started by pm666, Dec 29, 2011.

  1. pm666

    pm666

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    When transporting a firearm in a car (through Chicago/Cook County/IL, I know the gun has to be locked and in a case.
    Does the ammo have to be in a case and locked as well?

    Thanks,
    p
     
  2. CrookCounty

    CrookCounty Trolling Noob

    In chicago I believe the handgun must in "Broke Down" condition and the ammo has to be in a separate case. The way I have been transporting is this:

    When I get done at the range I pull the slide off my glock and use the plastic glock case that comes with the gun to store the pistol and mags. That goes into a range bag. In the range bag I have plano ammo boxes that hold my rounds.

    So I would have to get through 2 different cases/bags to get to my pistol plus put the slide on and then open up a ammo case and load my mags. If police do not think this is good enough then I don't know what else they can ask for.
     


  3. IndianaMatt

    IndianaMatt

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    If traveling through Chicago with guns, I'd stay on the interstate or main thoroughfares. The law is one thing- what police want to make of it is often another.
     
    Last edited: Jan 2, 2012