521.13  EXEMPTIONS TO IDENTIFICATION CARD REQUIREMENT.
   (a)   The requirements of a handgun owner’s identification card contained in Section 521.12 do not apply to the purchase, ownership, possession, receipt, having on or about the person, or use of any handgun or handgun ammunition by:
      (1)   Any state of the United States or any political subdivision, department or agency of either;
      (2)   Officers or agents of any state of the United States, or any political subdivision, department or agency of either, members of the organized militia of any state, or the armed forces of the United States, or law enforcement officers of any political subdivision to the extent that the official duties of any such person require him to purchase, own, possess, receive, carry or use handguns;
      (3)   Licensed manufacturers and dealers, and their agents and servants, to the extent that the purchase, ownership, possession, receipt or use of any handgun is in the ordinary course of business;
      (4)   Nonresidents of the Village who are residents of the State, provided that such persons are not prohibited by the provisions of Section 521.12 and possess and exhibit upon request such valid permit, authorization or identification issued by the Chief of Police or the Sheriff of their place of residence to purchase, own, possess, receive, carry or use any handgun, and provided, further, that handguns in the possession of or under the control of nonresidents shall at all times be unloaded and encased, except while on a suitable fringe range, or while being used for lawful hunting, or while unloaded at a public firearms display, show or exhibition. The requirements of a valid permit, authorization or identification as required by this subsection shall not apply to a nonresident who enters the Village with firearms for the sole and only purpose of exhibiting or trading such firearms at a public firearms display, show or exhibition, or for the sole and only purpose of participating in an organized and sanctioned pistol match.  The permit, authorization or identification provided for in this subsection shall be valid for thirty days only from the date thereof.
         (Ord. 2003-50.  Passed 8-6-03.)