Felony under federal law.. At least 1 yr or more in prison, unless deal is made with prosecution. (BTW, a sawed off shotgun does nothing for shooting the gun. It only provides better concealment)
Actually, that answer is only partially correct. First, you can have a shotgun with a sawed off barrel in any state if the barrel is still more than 18 inches long and the overall length of the shotgun is 26 inches.
Second, if you saw of the barrel to less than 18 inches or the overall length to less than 26 inches, it becomes a class III or NFA weapon. Those are legal to own in 38 or 39 states. You must apply to the ATF for approval and pay a tax fee. If you do this without ATF approval, that's when it is a felony.
Third, sawing the barrel off does in fact change the way the gun shoots. Generally speaking it will make the recoil heavier because the gun will be lighter, and it creates a wider shot pattern for buckshot or birdshot.
This is a felony, which is typically a sentence of 12 months or more.
fully upgrade the first shotgun
Depending on how much you saw off, yes.
You can do anything you want if you are willing to pay the consequences. In this case, depending on how much you saw off, you may commit a felony.
A shotgun is a shotgun, regardless of what you do to it (except should its length go below certain limits, it will be reclassified as a pistol or handgun in some jurisdictions). If you saw some of it off, then it becomes a "sawn-off shotgun", pending the above restriction on length.
there is 1. I saw a bird fighting for a fish. 2. I cut off my arm with a saw
The prim schoolmarm was hiding a sawed-off shotgun behind her skirt.
He saw the road rise steeply off into the distance.
The teacher had a sense of cobbles when she saw a student copying off another.
The customer felt ripped off when he saw he was charged twice.
you could say :he saw the perfect opportunity to jump off the plane
Only one sentence is correct. The correct sentence would be "He saw me going there".
You may saw off a shotgun in AR IF you pay the $5 federal tax,federally register it, get fingerprinted, and do the required 6 month wait. After that, you may saw it off.Otherwise:A.C.A. Â§ 5-1-102. Definitions.As used in the Arkansas Criminal Code:........(20) "Sawed-off or short-barreled shotgun" means:(A) A shotgun having one (1) or more barrels less than eighteen inches (18") in length; or(B) Any weapon made from a shotgun, whether by alteration, modification, or otherwise, if the weapon, as modified, has an overall length of less than twenty-six inches (26");
No, "saw" is can be a past tense verb or a noun, depending on the sentence. For example in the sentence, "I saw the most beautiful butterfly yesterday," "saw" is the past tense of the verb, "see". In the sentence, "He used the saw to cut the limb of the tree," "saw" is a noun.
As I saw the boat come for my rescue, I jumped around, knowing that I was going to get off this isle.
No shorter than 18" with certain exceptions. However, there are some rules that must be followed. Go to the BATFE website to find out more.
A shorter barrel creates a wider shot pattern.
Yes it is. But the derringer must shoot non-shotgun ammo, otherwise it is classed as a saw-off shotgun and illegal. 22 LR/SR derringers are acceptable, as are .38 spl, .44 cal, etc.
I saw it yestherday it was fun.
To castigate is to harshly tell someone off. An example of a sentence using the word castigate is: I saw her mom castigate her publicly after she knocked down all the cans off the shelf at the store.
Margaret watched movies with the sound turned off, to better enjoy the imagery of what she saw on the screen.
that's when I saw the creature immersing itself in sulfuric acid. that's off the top of my head.
Cassie saw L.T., hiding in the shadows with a shotgun.
The noun saw, a word for a cutting tool, can be used as the subject of a sentence or clause and the object of a verb or a preposition. Example sentence: The saw is sharp enough to cut wood.