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You’re fine with a loaded gun inside of your vehicle. You cannot legally carry it outside of the vehicle. 

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The website “hand gun law.us” has some good and usually up to date info on Illinois and other states.  I intentionally put spaces in website info. 

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On 5/9/2021 at 3:52 PM, gearyr said:

Ok. Thank you 

 

Personally, I cut over at exit 4 in Paducah to Wycliff Mounds then hop over to I-55 North to St Louis. That way I'm in that communistic state as little as possible. The roads are better too.

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On 5/13/2021 at 12:26 PM, E4 No More said:

Personally, I cut over at exit 4 in Paducah to Wycliff Mounds then hop over to I-55 North to St Louis. That way I'm in that communistic state as little as possible. The roads are better too.

And Illinois LEO's are not known for their intimate familiarity with the law as to transportation of firearms. I've heard some horror stories from friends with Illinois State Police about their troopers, and local sheriff departments as well. I agree with "avoid it" as much as possible.

 

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During the last few years I had to travel in Illinois several times.  I also agree with the "avoid it" mentioned above as the best solution.  Since retirement I have no plan to enter Illinois again.

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