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didustealmymonky
05-05-2009, 2:31 AM
Since it comes apart and goes into the stock it is NOT a weapon when carried that way.
Even when the punk-assed officer says he was "afraid for his safety" The judge will laugh at his *** when he sees the butstock-and that is all. If they assemble it for the trial, you'r lawyer can object that they are manufacturing evidence.
just read that on another site and was wondering if there is any truth to that?

jonni
05-05-2009, 10:04 AM
take anything and everything you read on the internet with a grain of salt, especially if it has to do with potential legal matters that can get you thrown in jail for a long time

I dont think you can claim that it is not illegal because someone said it on the internet

maxicon
05-05-2009, 12:54 PM
Technically not true. A gun doesn't become a non-gun just because you disassemble it - the receiver is still the firearm, and all laws apply.

Whether the judge would throw it out or not would depend entirely on the judge.

goober
05-05-2009, 1:02 PM
Technically not true. A gun doesn't become a non-gun just because you disassemble it - the receiver is still the firearm, and all laws apply.

Whether the judge would throw it out or not would depend entirely on the judge.
agreed. it is still a gun, just a partially disassembled one in a case (the stock).
so it really depends on the PC in question or what legal definition the quoted party was trying to evade/defeat...
but generally it sounds like hooey...