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Loaded Guns, Definition Thereof



Well, if they want to play it that way, what's the specific definition, in mm or inches, of "near or associated" ? Would that include blank ammo?  Suppose the bullets were  in a box next to a magazine, that was next to a weapon. Is that near or associated? What if the weapon was a different calaber from the bullets? Supppose there were two or three sizes or types of ammo and only one weapon or vice versa?

You wanna play word games, I'll play.
 After the video clip, and your post TwoFive, I imagine the Armorer is writhing on the floor near his computer having an apoplexy.

The terms "clips" and "bullets" misused in the same post.

John, I assure you, I had nothing to do with this.

I'm now leaving for a secret location in case you don't beleive me.

Case law in CA has it that a charged magazine is the same as a loaded gun.  Case involved a felon in possession of a magazine with cartridges in it, but no gun was found on or near him. 

For transporting a handgun in CA, it must be in a locked container and have no ammunition in that container.  If there is ammo in the container the gun is considered loaded.


 Leading us to the ludicrous position of California being able to charge me with 6 loaded guns, none of which are actually in guns, three of which are, in (the case of MG belts) in deact weapons incapable of chambering anything.

Screw California.
 Or Maryland for that matter. 
 I have given up trying to convince anyone else that this state (CA) is run by the inmates of a Funny Farm.

Those who know, have known for a long time, so I'd be wasting my time.

Those who don't will never figure it out.
Ah, yes, steve.  Of the three of us under this roof, the most neurally normal and nicest guy is the housemate from Kali, but he is the most ignorant (on all subjects) and the fullest of wrong, crazy ideas.  Just chock full of bad wrong memes, he is.

To quote Al Pacino in "Scent of a Woman":

"I outta take a FLAMETHROWER TO THIS PLACE!!!!!!"

Then there's H. L. Mencken: "Every normal man must be tempted at times to spit upon his hands, hoist the black flag, and start slitting throats."

Some people, and some classes of people, just need killin'.