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What is a firearm?

(3) The term "firearm" means (A) any weapon (including a starter gun) which will or is designed to or may readily be converted to expel a projectile by the action of a ( Full Answer )
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Who invented firearms?

I believe the Chinese made some sort of early firearm. They had all the resources ()including the first sort of gunpowder)
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How does a firearm silencer silence the firearm?

Generally speaking, it has baffles inside that trap the gases. See the associated link for diagrams. ADDING: Oh, and silencers are not really "silent" either. Most of them m ( Full Answer )
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Can I have a firearm in your home?

In the United States firearms in homes are permitted. However in Britain it is not permitted.
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Is there a firearm section?

Yes, Wikianswers has a firearms category. Next time, before you ask a question about whether or not there is a certain category, check first. It can be as simple as browsing u ( Full Answer )
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What is the fear of firearms?

Hoplophobia is the fear of weaponry which includes firearms. The basic fear of firearms is lack of knowledge. Learning safe handling and safe use from someone competent wit ( Full Answer )
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What do you do with a broken firearm?

You should probably dispose of it, and if possible, get the company to replace it. Many reputable companies such as H&K, and Taurus have warranties included (if you buy legall ( Full Answer )
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Can a felon be where there are firearms?

No. Convicted felons are prohibited from being "in possession" of a firearm. The law considers proximity to a firearm as being "in possession." STAY WAWAY FROM THEM unless you ( Full Answer )
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What is the aksu firearm?

The AKS-74U is a shortened version of the AK-74 assault rifle, intended for use by special operations personnel, vehicle crew members, and other forces which need a compact we ( Full Answer )
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What firearms can be owned by a firearm trust?

Technically, a trust can "own" any item that you put in it. But to make the answer a little more specific, a firearms trust can own any legal firearm. All you have to do is li ( Full Answer )