ISRA Legal Assistance Committee 2016 Benefit Banquet

ISRA Legal Assistance Committee 2016 Benefit Banquet 

Illinois State Rifle Association Legal Assistance Committee 2016 Benefit Banquet will be held Thursday, February 11, 2016, at the Diplomat West Banquet Hall in Elmhurst, Illinois (corner of Route 83 & North Avenue).

 

Social hour and raffles begin at 5:30pm.

Dinner at 7:00pm.

Dinner tickets: $40 each or $300 per table of eight.

 

Let Freedom Ring Gun Raffle (see the flyer linked below for details).

 

Contact the ISRA office at 815.635.3198.

 

Proceeds from this banquet will fund the ISRA Legal Assistance Committee’s on-going pro-gun legal research and defense fund activities.  The ISRA Legal Assistance Committee is a 501(c)(3) charitable not-for-profit organization.  A portion of your expenditures for this event may be tax deductible – check with your tax advisor to determine eligibility.

 

Flyer: LAC 2016 Benefit Flyer

Is it Illegal for kids to have Guns?

A common thought is that it is illegal for kids to have guns. But is it true? Jurisdictions and circumstances would dictate the legality of a child being in possession of a firearm, but in Illinois in general it is not illegal for kids to have guns.

One considering giving access of a firearm to a minor must be aware of the laws governing when this may be legal. When in doubt, legal advice should be sought from an attorney. This article is not legal advise, nor is the author an attorney.  However the information found within this writing has been gathered from various Illinois laws which govern firearm possession (linked below).

Many gun owners would tell you that you should teach a child young, to respect a firearm. After all we teach our children not to play with knives or lighters or stick things in electrical sockets. I will tell you that even if you are against the thought of owning a gun you should teach your child basic firearms safety rules.

Stop.

Don’t touch.

Tell an Adult.

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