We discussed weird laws in general in Weirdest Law/Legal Requirement. As I was reading Tom Grieve’s latest blog post about National Reciprocity, I found a weird requirement in Illinois about owning a firearm – and no I don’t just mean having to have a FOID card.
You can possess a handgun at 18, but only with parents written consent… Can you only vote with your parent’s permission? Do you need your parents’ permission for going to a different house of worship?
On the flip side, my 19-year-old boys cannot buy handgun ammo at all - so it would be nice to give them a letter allowing them to buy ammo.