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    Chicago, IL --(Ammoland.com)- The City of Chicago released its roster of “unsafe handguns” that cannot be legally possessed in the City because they cannot be registered with the police as one part of obtaining a license to possess a gun, as required under the City’s new gun laws.

    But the list is not limited to hand guns as the law is so vague it can be interpreted as to apply to all guns made by a manufacture.

    Of comical interest is banning of the deadly Daisy BB Gun Line, probably because of it pure destructive power.

    And don’t forget Acme. Knowing who we are dealing with here they are probably referring to Acme Corporation from Looney Tunes? The coyote better watch out for Mayor Daley and his thugs now.

    So besides a bunch of guns that have not been made in a 100 years what do you see on this list that is funny or raises your eyebrow? Leave us some comments below.

    ROSTER OF UNSAFE HUNDGUNS AS DESIGNATED BY THE SUPERINTENDENT

    The following handguns have been specifically disapproved by the Superintendent as unsafe handguns and therefore cannot be registered within the City of Chicago.

    Where a model or type is not specifically referenced, all models from the listed manufacturer are deemed unsafe.

    * Acme
    * Acme Arms
    * Aetna
    * Aetna Arms
    * Afflerbach, William H.
    * Ajax Army
    * Alaska
    * Alday & Gabilondo
    * Alert
    * Alexia
    * Alexis
    * All Right Firearms Company
    * Allen
    * Allen, W. C.
    * Alsop, Charles H.
    * America
    * American Arms Co.
    * American Boy
    * American Bulldog
    * American Derringer Corp. — all spur trigger models, derringers, and pen guns
    * American Eagle
    * American Standard Tool Co.
    * Americus
    * AMES Sword Company
    * Andrews Ferry & Co.
    * ARES/ARES Defense Systems — all flashlight gun models
    * Aristocrat
    * Avenger
    * Babcock
    * Bacon Arms
    * Bacon Mfg. Co.
    * Baford Arms — all derringers
    * Ballard, C. H.
    * Bang-Up
    * Beemiller, Inc.
    * Big Bonanza
    * Billings
    * Bismarck
    * Bliss, Frank D.
    * Bloodhound
    * Blue Jacket
    * Blue Whistler
    * Bodeo
    * Bonanza
    * Bond Arms — all models without trigger guards
    * Boss
    * Boy’s Choice
    * Brooklyn Arms
    * Brown Mfg. Co.
    * Bruff, Richard P.
    * Brutus
    * Bryco Arms
    * Buffalo Bill
    * Bull Dozer
    * Bulldog
    * Bulls Eye
    * C.S. Shatuck Arms Co.
    * Captain Jack
    * Catello Tribuzio — LAMPO model
    * Centennial
    * Challenge
    * Champion
    * Charles E. Billings — all knife guns or guns with knife attachments
    * Chase, Anson
    * Chicago Firearms Company — Chicago Protector and Protector models
    * Chichester
    * Chieftain
    * Christy, William J.
    * Clerke Products
    * Clipper
    * Cobra Ent.
    * Colt — all derringers
    * Cone, D. D.
    * Connecticut Arms & Mfg. Co.
    * Conqueror
    * Continental
    * Continental Arms Co.
    * Copeland, Frank
    * Covert Arms — all pen guns
    * Cowles & Smith
    * Cowles & Son
    * Creedmore
    * Crescent
    * Crescent Firearms Co. — all spur trigger models
    * Crispin, Silas
    * Crowell, George G.
    * Crown Jewel
    * CSG — all flashlight gun models
    * Cummings, O. S.
    * Czar
    * D. Debouxtay
    * Daily Arms Co.
    * Daisy
    * Daniel Werner — all knife guns or guns with knife attachments
    * Davis Ind.
    * Dead Shot
    * Defender
    * Defiance
    * Delhaxhe — Knuckleduster model
    * Deringer Rifle & Pistol Works
    * Dickinson, E. L. & J.
    * Dictator
    * Dreadnaught
    * Driscoll, J. B.
    * Eagle
    * Earlhood
    * Earthquake
    * Eclipse
    * Edward Boardman and Andrew Peavey — Little All Right models
    * Elector
    * Electric
    * Empire
    * Empress
    * Encore
    * Enterprise Gun Works
    * Ernst Schmidt & Co.
    * Esprin Brothers
    * Ethan Allen
    * Eureka
    * Evans, James E.
    * Evans, W. S.
    * Excelsior
    * Express
    * Favorite
    * Firearms Import Export (F.I.E.)
    * Fish, Daniel
    * Folsom Bros. & Co.
    * Forehand & Wadsworth — all spur and sheathed trigger models
    * Forehand Arms Co. — all spur and sheathed trigger models
    * Frank Copeland
    * Frank Wesson Arms
    * Freedom Arms — all sheathed trigger models
    * Frontier
    * Fryberg, Andrew
    * G.R.A.D. — all knife guns or guns with knife attachments
    * Garate Brothers
    * Garbi, Moretti, Y, CIA, (GMC)
    * Garrison
    * Gem
    * Genez, August G.
    * German Resel — all knife guns or guns with knife attachments
    * Governor
    * Great Western Gun Works
    * Gross Arms Co.
    * Guardian
    * Half-Breed
    * Hard Pan
    * Harrington & Richardson (H&R) — all spur, stud, and sheathed trigger models
    * Harrington and Richardson — all knife guns or guns with knife attachments
    * Hartford Arms Co.
    * Hartley and Graham — Squeezer and Protector models
    * Haskell Mfg., Inc.
    * Henrion, Dassy, & Heuschen, (HDH)
    * Hi-Point Firearms
    * HJS Arms, Inc.
    * Hood Firearms Co.
    * Hopkins & Allen — all sheathed trigger models
    * Horseman’s — all knife guns or guns with knife attachments
    * Hungarian — Mini Max – 9 model
    * Hyde & Shattuck
    * Iberia Firearms, Inc.
    * Imperial Arms
    * International
    * Irving, William
    * Iver Johnson — all sheathed trigger and ‘knuckle’ attachment models
    * J. Ductworth — Protector model
    * J. P. Sauer and Sons of Suhl — Bar Pistol model
    * J. Stevens — all sheathed trigger models
    * J.H. Johnson
    * James Reid Revolvers — Friend, My Friend, Model #2 Knuckle-Duster, New Model Knuckle-Duster, and New Model
    * My Friend models
    * James Rodgers — all knife guns or guns with knife attachments
    * James Turbiaux — Le Protector model
    * Jennings, Inc.
    * Jewel
    * Jimenez Arms, Inc.
    * John Vittie — all pen gun models
    * Johnson Bye & Co.
    * Jose Aldazabal & Sons
    * Joseph Rodgers & Sons — all knife guns or guns with knife attachments
    * Jules Bertrand
    * Keno
    * Kittemaug
    * L. Dolne Invur — Apache Knuckleduster model
    * L.E. Polhemus Manufacturing Company — all knife guns or guns with knife attachments and all pen gun models
    * Le Francais — Gaulois model
    * Leader
    * Lee Arms Co.
    * Liberty
    * Lion
    * Little All Right Firearms Co.
    * Little Giant
    * Little John
    * Little Joker
    * Lombard, H.C. & Co.
    * Lorcin Engineering Co., Inc.
    * Louis Chobert
    * Louis Dolne — APACHE model
    * Lowell Arms Co.
    * Maltby-Curtis — all spur trigger models
    * Maltby-Henly
    * Manufrance — Gaulois and Mitrailleuse models
    * Marlin
    * Marquis of Lorne
    * Merrimack Arms
    * Merveilleux — Repeating Pistol model
    * Merwin & Bray
    * Minneapolis Firearms Company — Protector model
    * Mohegan
    * Monarch
    * Monitor
    * Moore’s Patent Firearms Company — all derringers
    * Morai
    * Morgan & Clapp
    * Mountain Eagle
    * Napoleon
    * National
    * National Arms Co.
    * Nero
    * New York Pistol Co.
    * Nonpareil
    * North American Arms, (NAA) Mini-Series — all spur trigger models
    * Norwich Arms Co.
    * Norwich Falls Pistol Co.
    * Norwich Pistol Co.
    * Old Hickory
    * Osgood Gun Works
    * Paragon
    * Parole
    * Patriot
    * Peavey — all knife guns or guns with knife attachments
    * Penetrator
    * Phoenix Arms
    * Pickert — all folding trigger models
    * Pinafore
    * Pioneer
    * Pittson Arms Co.
    * Pointer
    * Praga — all folding trigger models
    * Prarie King
    * Premier
    * Prescott — all sheathed trigger models
    * Princess
    * Protector
    * Queen
    * R. J. Braveman Corporation — all pen gun models
    * Ranger
    * Raven Arms
    * Reck
    * Regnum — Repeating Pistol model
    * Reid — all sheathed trigger models
    * Remington — all sheathed trigger models
    * Retolaza — all revolvers
    * Retriever
    * Rigby — Knuckleduster and Stricker models
    * Rob Roy
    * Robin Hood
    * Rocky Mountain Arms Corp — all Mini-Revolver spur trigger models
    * Rodier, Louis C.
    * Rohm/RG Industries
    * Rollin White — all spur trigger models
    * Rome Revolver & Novelty Works
    * Rouchouse — French Squeezer model
    * Royal
    * Royal Small Arms Factory
    * Rupertus
    * Ryan Mfg. Co.
    * S.P. Cottrell and Son — all flashlight gun models
    * Sailors — all knife guns or guns with knife attachments
    * Scott Arms Co.
    * Scout
    * Senator
    * Shatuck — UNIQUE model
    * Sig Sauer — Mosquito only
    * Smith & Wesson — all spur trigger models
    * Smith, Otis
    * Smoker
    * Sneider, Charles E.
    * Southerner
    * Spy
    * Stafford, T. J.
    * Stallard Arms
    * Standard Arms
    * Standard Tool Co.
    * Stans Gunsmithing — all pen gun models
    * Stinger Manufacturer Corporation — all pen gun models
    * Sundance Industries
    * Swamp Angel
    * Taylor, L. B.
    * Terrier
    * Terror
    * Terry, J. C.
    * Thomas J. Ryan
    * Tiger
    * Tower’s Police Safety
    * Tramp’s Terror
    * True Blue
    * Turner & Ross
    * Two Unwin & Rodgers — all knife guns or guns with knife attachments
    * Tycoon
    * U.M.C. Arms Co.
    * U.S. Arms Co.
    * Uhlinger, W.L.& Co.
    * Uhlinger, William P.
    * Union
    * Union Jack
    * Union Revolver
    * Unique
    * United States Small Arms Company — all knife guns or guns with knife attachments
    * Unwin & Rodgers of Sheffield — all knife guns or guns with knife attachments
    * Veiled Prophets
    * Veteran
    * Veto
    * Victor
    * Victoria
    * Waffen-Glaser — all pen gun models
    * Walther — P22 only
    * Webber Pistol — Squeezer model
    * Wesson & Harrington
    * Wesson Frank — Large Frame Superposed pistol
    * Wesson, Frank
    * Western Arms Co.
    * White Jacket
    * White Star
    * Whitney Arms Co.
    * Wide Awake
    * Wilhelm Decker
    * William and John Rigby — Striking Weapon Pistol model
    * William Irving
    * William W. Marston — all knife guns or guns with knife attachments
    * Winfield Arms Co. — all spur trigger models
    * XL
    * Xpert
    * You Bet
    I guess it is compliant with the supreme court ruling as not ALL guns are banned.

    http://www.ammoland.com/2010/07/15/c...safe-handguns/
    The beatings will continue until morale improves.

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    After I hit it, I would be disgusted with her

  • #2
    Hartley and Graham — Squeezer and Protector models ( sounds like my jock strap from high school)

    Seriously who owns some of these guns except collectors, and at that how many would fire.
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    • #3
      Sig and Walther .22's are unsafe?

      It sounds to me like someone who doesn't know crap about guns just went willy-nilly wild with their pen.

      Bureaucrats and Nazis are the reason I joined the NRA.
      Lighten up Francis!

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      • #4
        At least they banned Hi-Point, Jennings and Raven Arms. Sounds like a fair trade off making those 3 illegal lol

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        • #5
          Yeah, I noticed the Mosquito and P22 on the list as well. I wonder what the reasoning is behind those two pistols?
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Bighead View Post
            Yeah, I noticed the Mosquito and P22 on the list as well. I wonder what the reasoning is behind those two pistols?
            I was curious about the P22 as well.
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            • #7
              I want to see a knife guns or guns with knife attachments.
              The beatings will continue until morale improves.

              Originally posted by jcioccke
              After I hit it, I would be disgusted with her

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              • #8
                Originally posted by 10-7Alpha View Post
                I want to see a knife guns or guns with knife attachments.
                Nevermind... Google has it lol



                and oddly enough they are NOT on the ban list lol.

                The beatings will continue until morale improves.

                Originally posted by jcioccke
                After I hit it, I would be disgusted with her

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                • #9
                  What a joke

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Bighead View Post
                    Yeah, I noticed the Mosquito and P22 on the list as well. I wonder what the reasoning is behind those two pistols?
                    I would suspect its their attempt at a caliber ban. They may associate the .22 with "saturday night special' calibers.
                    I wonder why they left of the CZ SP01 Phantom since you can get a knife attachment for it.


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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by 10-7Alpha View Post
                      Nevermind... Google has it lol



                      and oddly enough they are NOT on the ban list lol.

                      If their firearm laws are anything like CAs, it wouldnt be on that list.......

                      It would be listed under a separate PC section......that type of weapon is a felony here in CA........
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                      • #12
                        So the SIG mosquito is outlawed, but my P229 with a 22LR conversion kit is fine? Maybe it's called the windy city cause those morons have empty space between their ears.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by LA DEP View Post
                          If their firearm laws are anything like CAs, it wouldnt be on that list.......

                          It would be listed under a separate PC section......that type of weapon is a felony here in CA........

                          A knife gun in CA would be considered “camouflaged” and illegal. If it functions as a gun it better be recognizable as a gun.
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Bighead View Post
                            Yeah, I noticed the Mosquito and P22 on the list as well. I wonder what the reasoning is behind those two pistols?
                            I was told by a friend over there that it's because they believe the .22 is dangerous to officers as it has "penetration power" to go through an officer's vest. So does a Dodge Ram- they gonna ban those too?
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                            • #15
                              Chicago is a waste of geography. Lets build walls around it post guards on sniper towers ship the most violent criminals in the world there. Let the politician liberal tree planters have their anti gun laws.

                              Mayor Daley makes me sick advocating his constituents rely on police response for protection with no means of lawful self defense while his family gets armed details paid for by the same people he denies armed security.
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