The Second Amendment of the United States Constitution gives people the right to bear arms, however, there are federal and state laws that place specific limits on who actually qualifies to own firearms. Under federal law, the general rule is that a person who has been convicted of a felony cannot own a firearm. This also applies to crimes involving domestic violence or having a serious mental condition. Illinois law goes even further. The following is a brief overview of Illinois gun permit laws….
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