What type of evidence is related to firearms firearm components and ammunition?
Store ammunition and the firearm in a different places. Ensure that no ammunition is left in the firearm when in storage (i.e. chamber is empty, magazine is empty or removed.)
Magazine is the firearms term for the part of a firearm that stores ammunition waiting to be fired. A single shot firearm- rifle, pistol, or shotgun will not have a magazine. All repeating firearms DO have a magazine- with the exception of belt fed firearms, like a machine gun..
There are some grey areas here. YOU still have a right to own a firearm. However, it must be done in a manner in which your girlfriend cannot have access to the firearm or ammunition, as a felon is prohibited from purchasing, possessing, or being allowed access to firearms or ammunition. If you're living together and there's a firearm in the residence, that can be considered allowing a felon access to firearms, even if it… Read More
No, firearms chambered in .22 short, .22 long, .22 magnum, .17HMR, etc... are all currently being manufactured. These all use rimfire ammunition.
at an illegal firearms store? No one here is going to tell you how to acquire an illegal firearm. It is illegal to purchase a stolen firearm or for a felon to purchase a firearm.
No, regardless of any state law which may or may not address it, it is a violation of FEDERAL LAW (USC, Title 18) for convicted felons to own or possess firearms or ammunition of any type.
Stovepiping due to loose handling (limp wristing) of the firearm, use of poor quality ammo (particularly, poorly done reloads and use of cheap ammo in firearms which are picky about ammo), poor maintenance of the firearm, incorrect assembly of firearms built from components or parts kits.
Regaradless of what state you live in, it is a FEDERAL offense (USC, Title 18) for a convicted felon to ever own or possess firearms, ammunition, or explosives.
It is Federal firearms License. Issued by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, There are several different licenses for people that sell, collect, import, or make firearms and ammunition. The most common FFL classes are 01 (Dealer) 02 (Pawnshop that handles guns) and 03 (Collector). When ownership of a firearm is transferred across a state line (except for inheritance) US law requires that the firearm pass through the hands of a FFL holder.
Both the US Airways website, and the TSA website has information on traveling with firearms. Briefly, everyday passengers MAY transport an UNLOADED firearm in their CHECKED baggage. The firearm will need to be in a lockable, hard sided case. When you approach the ticket counter, advise the agent that you wish to declare an unloaded firearm in your checked baggage. DO NOT say "I have a gun." The clerk will ask you to show that… Read More
Under FEDERAL law, firearms made prior to 1899 are not firearms, but are legally ANTIQUE firearms. Please note that date is not when the model was first produced, but the date that the gun in question was made. The Federal law that bans convicted felons from possessing a firearm does not apply to an ANTIQUE firearm- it is in a different class. HOWEVER- separate Federal laws prohibit a felon from possessing ammunition. STATE laws may… Read More
Reloading is based on ammunition type, not the firearm used. Additionally, most presses will have dies which can be exchanged to suit most ammunition types and sizes. Visit a gunsmith or gun shop in your area - these can also offer advice on usage - or consult one of the many websites which eitehr belong to firearms companies or feature firearms and related tools.
An engineer who specializes in firearms.
Someone who specializes in firearms
Each firearm can be a different charge. 10 firearms means 10 different counts.
Nope. Latenburg Amendment - anyone convicted of a crime of domestic violence (felony or misdemeanor) cannot purchase, possess, or be allowed access to firearms or ammunition.
No. However, to possess or purchase firearms or ammunition, residents must have a Firearm Owner's Identification card, which is issued by the state police. They don't register guns, just gun owners.
In America you still can. In the United States, only the Frame of a firearm is considered a firearm. All other parts of the firearm, ranging from barrel to magazine are unregulated. Ammunition is allowed as long as you are allowed to poses ammunition.
It was a category of ammunition, not a specific firearm.
The regulations for sending firearms through the mail are complicated. However, in general, no you may not send a firearm and ammunition through the mail in the same package. Depending on the precise type of firearm and whether or not you're a licensed dealer, you may not be able to mail it even without ammo.
at the mossberg firearm factory.
The Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers Institute (SAAMI), sets voluntary national standards for ammunition and firearm design
It makes no difference what state you live in, it is a violation of FEDERAL law (USC, Title 18) for a convicted felon to ever own or possess firearms or ammunition.
Pistol, revolver, rifle, gun. If you mean the device which holds rounds of ammunition, that would be a magazine. If you mean the parts of a firearms "round" you have 4 parts. Primer,casing,powder,bullet.
The Gun Control Act of 1968 (GCA) prohibits felons and certain other persons from possessing or receiving firearms and ammunition ("prohibited persons"). These categories can be found at 18 U.S.C. § 922(g) and (n) in or at the ATF website aft.gov/publications/download/p/atf-p-5300-4.pdf However, Federal law does not prohibit these persons from possessing or receiving an antique firearm. The term "antique firearm" means any firearm (including any firearm with a matchlock, flintlock, percussion cap, or similar type… Read More
What is meant by the phrase "be around" firearms? Federal law (USC, Title 18) forbids convicted felons from ever owning or possessing firearms or ammunition. The term "possessing" covers MANY things, including living in a home where someone else owns firearms, or riding in a vehicle in which there is a firearm. In other words, if the felon is even in close proximity to someone or someplace where they can get their hands on one… Read More
Firearms and ammunition are accepted as checked baggage only and must be declared to an agent at check-in. Documentation and Identification is required. Firearms will only be accepted if unloaded and in a locked, hard-sided container such as a rifle case. In the US, TSA (Transportation Security Agency), approved locks are accepted. Ammunition in its original packaging from the manufacturer is preferred, however it will be accepted in fibre, wood, or metal boxes, or other… Read More
a bullet or missile or grenade anything that a gun shoots
"Unloaded" as in it does not have any ammunition. It is unloaded.
The magazine is the clip that slides into a firearm that holds the ammunition
The Chinese created the first firearms.
what model firearms ???
is that the serial number of a model A ford ??? or firearm?? If a firearm, which firearms, who made it and what model............?????
Having to explain what they do. Having to educate members of a jury about firearms. there is a huge variety of firearms, and an examiner may encounter a particular firearm for the first time.
on your computer enter: antique firearms listed by ATF (alcohol,taxes,firearms)
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 list it on the Schedule A.
That's a little bit of a vague question. What do you mean by firearms are involved? There were firearms in the vehicle? Someone threatened you with a firearm? What?
If the item in question is classified as a firearm, no. SOME but not all antiques are classified as firearms, but some are not.
You need to consult with a lawyer familiar with MI firearms law.
No. Federal law classifies black powder arms as "firearms" - the possession of which is prohibited to convicted felons. THE ABOVE ORIGINAL "ANSWER" IF AT LEAST PARTIALLY FALSE. BELOW IS A BREAKDOWN OF THE U.S. CODE MENTIONED ABOVE THAT SUPPOSED TO CLASSIFY BLACK POWDER ARMS AS "FIREARMS" WHICH THEY ARE NOT. TO BE PRECISE THEY ARE CLASSIFIED AS "ANTIQUE FIREARMS" AND ARE REGULATED TOTALLY DIFFERENT. WHOEVER POSTED THIS IS DISSEMINATING FALSE INFORMATION FOR WHATEVER REASON… Read More
A firearm chambered to fire 38 special ammunition
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have both examined by a gunsmith
Yes. Black powder weapons are not considered "firearms" by U.S. Code, Title 18, they are "antique firearms" legal for all to possess, even felons. From U.S. Code, Title 18 definitions: "(16) The term "antique firearm" means- (A) any firearm (including any firearm with a matchlock, flintlock, percussion cap, or similar type of ignition system) manufactured in or before 1898; or (B) any replica of any firearm described in subparagraph (A) if such replica- (i) is… Read More
First, look up the federal list of people who cannot possess a firearm. Note that there are a couple kinds of people who cannot "buy" a firearm, but they could possess one (e.g. people under indictment for a felony but not yet convicted, who already owned firearms before the indictment). Then look up your own state's laws on the subject to see if they have any additional restrictions on who can buy or possess firearms… Read More
Depends on where you are. In most of the US, there IS no registration of firearms.
Firearms are forbidden on board.
Determines the use of the firearm.
In reference to a firearm, a firearm is considered loaded when there is a live round of ammunition "...in, or attached in any manner to, the firearm, including, but not limited to, in the firing chamber, magazine, or clip thereof attached to the firearm..."
Texas does not require a license to possess a firearm. A license to CARRY a concealed firearm requires that you be 21.