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Pritzker signs bill requiring serialization of unfinished 'ghost guns'

Use of home-assembled firearms for crime rapidly increasing: State Police

Posted on May 18, 2022

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Owners of firearms that do not have serial numbers – referred to as ghost guns – will have 180 days to take them to a federal firearm dealer to have them serialized or they will risk being charged with a misdemeanor.

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