Firearm [noun]

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Hunting in many cases is not achievable in these areas either because the lands aren’t open to hunting or the housing is such that firearms and bows aren’t allowed to be discharged.

By 1804, the Tlingit had procured firearms, shot, gunpowder, and even cannons from American and British traders.

Background checks, and sales of firearms and ammunition, have been increasing pace for months.

Greenwalt, the police spokesman, told reporters Wednesday that Narumanchi had “numerous guns on him” but didn’t offer specifics on the types of firearms.

Though the number of firearms found decreased — 3,257 in 2020 compared with a record 4,432 in 2019 — the rate per passenger was the highest since the agency was founded in 2001.

The man said he was working for a private security company and had forgotten he had the firearm in his vehicle.

Under Transportation Security Administration rules, passengers can bring unloaded firearms on flights, but they must be placed inside checked baggage and secured in locked, hard-sided cases.

Months of chat transcripts and audio recordings, published by the left-wing nonprofit media collective Unicorn Riot, revealed participants discussing potential weapons and concealing firearms.

In separate cases, a handful of people were charged with assaulting police officers, and others were charged with possessing an unregistered firearm in the city.

As Thodos was taken into custody, he “began to struggle with them and pulled out a firearm,” officials said.