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Registration leads to confiscation

Cook County police going door to door to seize firearms of 3,000 people whose FOID cards have expired.

5 Responses to “Registration leads to confiscation”

  1. Kevin Baker Says:

    Anybody willing to bet on how many “give them the ammo first”?

    Nah, me neither.

  2. nk Says:

    Scared me for a minute there, Uncle. It’s revoked, not expired. FOIDs expire all the time — people move, die, go blind, whatever. Revoked means crime, addiction, mental illness.

  3. rickn8or Says:

    Similar to California.

    “Yeah. Go ahead and register yourselves and your guns. The government would NEVER use this information to confiscate your guns” said every lying gun-grabber politician.

  4. mikee Says:

    Suppose you were a Cook County law enforcement officer, and had to choose between attempting to arrest an armed gang banger for a drive by shooting, or confiscate the guns of a law-abiding suburbanite that the county could not get an FOID card to in time.

    Which job looks safer, less stressful, more likely of success?

  5. Stan Says:

    Ok, if these FOID’s were actually revoked for cause then why in Cthulhu’s name was this not done immediately afterwards? If these people are so evil as to have had their cards you’d think they Law would be right on top of this.

    Whats more likely is that they were revoked for pedantic chickenshit reasons or they just expired.

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