The attached document is the ISRA Political Victory Fund endorsements for 2018.
Jack Bockman of Oswego , and Matt Durdan of Grand Ridge, won the Illinois State Metric and Conventional Prone Smallbore Rifle Championship titles, respectively. The match was held September 8 and 9, 2018. The two day championships took place at the I.S.R.A. Range near Bonfield with attending competitors from Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, and Michigan.
The 2018 member upgrade promotion was drawn at ISRA Headquarters on October 12th.
Chatsworth, IL – The Illinois State Rifle Association Political Victory Fund has formally endorsed Bruce Rauner for Governor and is urging all gun owners in Illinois to support Governor Rauner’s candidacy.
Rossi has issued a voluntary safety warning on certain revolvers.
by Richard Pearson
The media seldom mentions the 2,000,000 or more times a citizen uses a firearm in self-defense. Many times, these incidents are unreported and if they are reported, they go unmentioned or appear deep in a newspaper. Sometimes there is just no avoiding reporting a good outcome when a legally armed citizen uses a firearm. Such was the case last Thursday when Cicero, Illinois police officers engaged a suspect who was firing at them with an automatic weapon. Officer Luis Duarte was hit several times during the shootout. Suddenly, an armed citizen got out of his car and fired at the suspect, hitting him once, which ended the gunfight. The Cicero, Illinois Superintendent of Police and Town President Larry Dominick praised the citizen for intervening. The name of the armed citizen has not been released.
Cicero is in Cook County. Cook County has 89,779 Illinois Concealed Carry Licensees and 598,205 FOID card holders, as of last week.
September 21-23, 2018 - Hyatt Regency O'Hare
BELLEVUE, WA – Teen Second Amendment activist Kyle Kashuv, a student survivor of the tragic shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, will be a featured speaker at the 33rd annual Gun Rights Policy Conference, which will be held Sept. 21-23 in Chicago.