Illinois General Assembly (WAND) – The Illinois General Assembly may submit a bill banning ghost guns this month and has nothing to do with Halloween.
Ghost guns are weapons that do not have a serial number and cannot be tracked. Gun parts can be assembled using kits or by purchasing individual components online without background checks. Cook County Sheriff Thomas Dart is calling for the passage of a new bill currently pending in the next fall veto session banning ghost guns.
“This is what we need to move forward and quickly,” Dart said with a ghost gun. “This bill is very simple. It is said that such guns cannot be tracked and are no longer legal in this state.”
The bill is sponsored by State Senator Jacqueline Collins, (D) Chicago.
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