Monday, November 24, 2008

Is it or Isn't it?

Can a non-serialized firearm produced between 1880 and 1941 be used in a criminal prosecution for illegal possession?

According to prosecutors in Omaha, NE, the answer is no. Since they can't tell when it was manufactured hence whether it's legally classified as a firearm it couldn't be entered into evidence.

So will this be classified as the "Antique Gun Loophole"?

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