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Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by nastytrigger, Mar 2, 2010.

  1. nastytrigger

    nastytrigger Mediocre Member

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    Going to drop a friend off at O'Hare International in a couple days (drop off in Chicago and to home I go - no stopping in Chicago, at least that's the plan). I live in central Indiana, can I carry my gun (somehow) up there. Indiana no problem, of course, Illinois is. Can I disassemble it at the state line, put in a case (seperate from ammo too). I've carried in Michigan since they accept our permit, but IL is a whole different ball game...
     
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    That'll work. Thank you! Thought about not taking my Glock, but doing that is as bad as not bringing my wallet and gas card.
     
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    Yeah, you should be fine. Especially if you are JUST going to the airport to drop someone off and leave. 90/94 to 294 to Ohare is all tollway and the Ohare is the only part where you will be in city limits as it extends out to the airport for that reason.

    Central Indiana to Ohare and back is quite the drive!
     
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    Don't forget that it is not only Chicago, but the entire state of Illinois.
    It is a felony to have a loaded gun in your car or on your person.
    Gun must be in a locked case and the ammunition has to be in another area that is not shared with the gun. Gun in trunk with ammunition in car, or the opposite.