Can the owner of a private securirty company carry or possess a weapon while on duty?
Only if they are licensed to carry one - and then - only in the jurisdiction(s) they are licensed in. However, if they possess a CCW (Concealed Carry Weapon) permit it would allow them to do so.
Jack has a Knife with him.
Anyone who can legally possess one.
Butterfly knives are considered a switchblade under Texas law. A switchblade is a prohibited weapon, meaning that they are illegal to possess. Even if a company will mail you the knife, you can be prosecuted if you are caught with it.
The real weapon is his ruthlessness / charismatic abilities. A physical weapon he uses is a knife (he is the only one on the island that posses one) and a spear, which he uses to hunt.
A question like this is best asked on a private server site, where your more likely to get quicker reply from someone who knows. I'm creating a private server with my friend and you need a client and a source that will work together for your weapon.
Serious offense - if convicted, you can never again possess a firearm - what is your question?
If you are talking about the x-blade, It is a weapon that only vanitas can possess. But if you are talking about the ultima weapon, you have to finish the villain's vendetta event at the mirage arena.
Bank robbery is both a federal and a state criminal offense. Whether or not you possess a weapon during the commission of the crime is immaterial, you can be prosecuted in both venues, and the penalties can be severe.
A handgun that is a .32 caliber weapon. It is made by the company Glock. It is a weapon that many police officers use as a backup weapon. It is known as a reliable and lightweight weapon.
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USA, Russia, UK, PRC, France, India, Pakistan, North Korea are known for having nuclear weapon. Israel probably also owns nuclear weapon but never officialy declared it.
No. They are illegal to possess. A butterfly knife is considered a switchblade under Texas law. A switchblade is a prohibited weapon.
Per US Code, Title 18, is a federal offense for a convicted felon to EVER own or possess a firearm.
Assuming you have a concealed weapons permit, or can otherwise legally possess a concealed weapon, yes, it's perfectly legal, at least in most states. I don't know right off hand of any states that prohibit that.
In Florida the only type of weapon a felon can own is an antique musket (manufactured in, or prior to, 1898 - or an EXACT replica) and that's only if you are a hunter.
f2000 is not unlockable with a code, you need to have a account on bad company veterans.
Can you carry a concealed weapon in your car if you do not have a state license from the state of Florida?
It is lawful to possess a concealed firearm for self-defense, or other lawful purposes, within the interior of a private conveyance, without a license, if the firearm is securely encased or is otherwise not readily accessible for immediate use. This exemption does not authorize the carrying of a firearm concealed on the person. SEE: http://crime.about.com/od/gunlawsbystate/p/gunlaws_fl.htm
Unlock all of the weapon achievements is my guess like get all of the certain amount of kills for each weapon
Your probation papers should spell out any weapons provision quite clearly. If it says that you may not possess a weapon. then a pocket knife would fall into that category and you would be wise to not carry one. What you REALLY should be doing is contacting your PO and asking THEM.
Yes, but being a Private Investigator does not automatically mean you can strap one on. If you are a licensed Private Investigator you must still obtain a permit to carry an exposed weapon from the Bureau of Security and Investigative Services, and you may carry a weapon only when you are on duty. Most PI's in California do not carry a gun however,if you specialize in bodyguard work, you may need to carry one. In… Read More
Yes, living with a felon does not change your rights, however, you cannot allow the felon to have access to or control over a firearm. Additional: Re: possessing the firearm - - you will not be able to keep the weapon in the same home or vehicle or anywhere where the felon could conceivably have access to it. The felon does not have to actually hold the weapon in their hands in order to "possess"… Read More
The company Bazalt manufactures it, but originally it was a weapon designed by the Soviet Union. I hope that answers your question. -Jonathan C. Holcomb
It depends on where you live. Check your local laws. In the US, some jurisdictions MAY allow it but I am aware of many that classify it as a 'prohibited weapon,' and to even possess it is unlawful.
No. Georgia's firearm laws are very lenient. You can possess any weapon without a permit, put you do need a permit for the concealed carry of firearms.
In the US, possession (proximity to) a firearm of any type is a federal violation punishable by up to ten years for the weapon and ten years EACH for all bullets.
In some states it IS unlawful to POSSESS them. CAUTION: if you attack a law enforcement officer with a taser weapon he is allowed to use DEADLY FORCE against you to stop the attack.
Is it legal to search one's home with a warrant and arrest a friend if a weapon is found and that person is arrested and the informant has since been arrested several times?
1. Is it legal to search a home with a warrant? YES 2. Can a person be arrested if a weapon is found? YES, if the circumstances warrant it. If the person arrested didn't have the legal right to own or possess a firearm he can be arrested incidental to the search warrant. No matter if a person is otherwise the legal owner of a weapon (firearm), if drugs are found then the person does… Read More
Technically, yes. Concealed "Weapon" refers to anything classified as a weapon and Cconcealed "Gun" refers to guns only. Some states, such as Florida issue concealed weapons permits, and once you obtain it, you can carry any legal weapon. Other states, such as Tennessee issued handgun carry permits, and once you obtain it, you can carry any handgun you legally possess, but other weapons are not covered under the handgun permit.
If you are not able to find out the information from your grandfather or photos or letters, then it depends: The type of rifle or weapon? The type weapon used depended on which service, Army or Marine, which time period, which locations, which units and which job responsibilities. If you know most of that information, then it is possible to guess which type. The most commonly used rifle by the US military in WW2 was… Read More
Magnum, perhaps. A type of gun, a possible brand, and a P.I.
No, convicted felons may not own BB guns, pellet guns, air rifles, dart guns, tasers, or any other similar weapon.
If it was a felony charge, and you were convicted, no. A felon cannot obtain a gun permit or possess a gun anywhere in the U.S. unless your rights have been restored by a magistrate.
Research indicates that they are lawful to purchase and possess by non-law enforcement personnel, but if they are used in an offensive manner they are immediately classified as a "deadly weapon" and your usage of it could become a felony charge.
The gun being in your car with you (alone) is the same as possessing the gun. If you are not of the age to possess a gun (18 for rifles, 21 for handguns), are not certified in anyway, and are not under supervision, you have illegal possession of a weapon.
Is there a way to hack items in WoW so that you can do something like change one weapon into a different weapon?
Yes there is but it will get you kicked out of the game + i think it is unfair on all the people that try hard to get there gear. Instead you could play on a private sever and make your own gear.
I am not aware (and neither is the NRA), of ANY state that requires the registration of long guns. UNLESS - The length of the barrel is modified to less than 18 inches and/or the total length of the weapon has been modified to be less than 26 inches. Under those circumstances, you would have to register it with the ATF Tand possess a federal firearms license to possess it.
Depends on the laws where you are, and what you were doing with the gun. In much of the US, you must be 18 to possess a rifle/shotgun, but 21 to possess a handgun. Laws vary from state to state, country to country. I am well past the age of 18, and have a permit to carry a concealed weapon, but cannot carry a firearm into a post office, school, or airport. There is a… Read More
No. A black powder weapon is considered to be a "firearm" under the definitions of US Code, Title 18, and it is a federal offense for any convicted felon to ever own or possess a firearm.
If the charge was a felony offense, you cannot legally ever own or possess a firearm. If the charge was a misdemeanor, you can apply to your state for a CCW permit. Your state will make the determination.
Yes, they can as long as it's not a private college on or off duty they are protected by the Law Enforcement Officer Safety Act of 2004 (LEOSA). If it is a private college they must get permission from the administers and if there asked to take it off they have to do so.
By two means: Physical possession - you actually have the weapon in your hand or on your person. And - constructive possession - although the firearm is not on your person, you KNOW it is nearby and you could have access to it and exercise control over it very quickly and/or easily.
At the very least - Assault with a Deadly Weapon (felony). AND - since Game Wardens possess the power of arrest the charge is enhanced by the fact that you assaulted a law enforcement officer.
In 1804, Sir William Congreve developed the Congreve Rocket as a weapon for the British military. The wars fought between the British East India Company and the kingdom of Mysore, India made use of these rockets as a weapon.
In Colorado what is the penalty for carrying a concealed weapon at a place of work that prohibits it?
Getting fired. If you have a valid permit to carry, and they do not all together ban firearms on their private property, it is legal.
Conventional means accepted standards. Conventional weapons are normal weapons that most nations possess; warships, airplanes, artillery, tanks, Machineguns, etc. Un-Conventional Weapons are weapons that most nations do NOT possess. Nuclear Weapons would be un-conventional weapons. An un-heard of primitive weapon might be considered an un-conventional weapon. The term can also be applied to warfare itself: Un-Conventional Warfare might be guerrilla warfare; Conventional warfare would be traditional Armies fighting against another Army.
yes sword canes are legal to carry as long as its openly carried (ie not conceled under a cloack/cape) the law only restrics carry only by age group: over 18 is ok for everything under 18 but over 12 everything but bowie and dirk unless you have parents permission, under 12 nothing may be carried unless in the presence of parent actual stated law: Idaho Code § 18-3302E (2013) § 18-3302E. Possession of a weapon… Read More
Yes, however, fully automatic weapons (machine guns) are subject to special laws, and the transfer of them must be approved by, and registered with the Federal BATFE, and a $200 per weapon transfer tax paid to them. Some states do not permit possession of machine guns by private citizens- most do.
I think he uses a 30. caliber MG that he shares with private Mellish,based on the book In "Saving Private Ryan" - Pvt Adrian Caparzo (played by actor Van Disel) was a member of the infantry rifle squad and his weapon was the M-1 Garand both during the landings on the beach and in scenes later when he was killed by a sniper. Link to Saving Private Ryan On-line encyclopedia: http://www.sproe.com/c/caparzo.html
Nations that are known or believed to possess nuclear weapons are sometimes referred to as the nuclear club. In order of acquisition of nuclear weapons these are: the United States, Russia, the United Kingdom, France, and China.