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Chicago tries to get around Sup. Court ruling with… more rules.

Here are some of the ridiculous new rules and comments coming out of Chicago after the historic decision by the US Supreme Court to acknowledge the Bill of Right across all states.

“…as of right now you can have a number or rifles, a number of shotguns. . . What is wrong with that? If you can’t protect your home with that armament, you shouldn’t be here. You shouldn’t be here.” ~ Ald. James Balcer

*Firearm sales would be banned in the city.

*Gun training totaling four hours in a classroom and an hour on a firing range is required before getting a permit.

* But firing ranges are banned, so training would need to be completed outside Chicago.

*To transport a gun, it would have to be “broken down,” not immediately accessible, unloaded and in a firearm case.

* Firearms could be possessed only inside the dwelling. It would be illegal to have a gun in the garage, on the front porch or in the yard.

*Only one firearm per permit holder can be kept in ready-to-fire condition. Other guns must be taken apart or have trigger locks in place.

* Assault weapons are banned, as are sawed-off shotguns and “unsafe” handguns, as defined by the Chicago Police Department, which will maintain an online list of prohibited guns.

*Applicants would need a Chicago firearm permit, costing $100 every three years, as well as an Illinois firearm owner’s ID card.

* They would be required to register all their guns with the city, at a cost of $15 per gun every three years.

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