An empty casing is considered ammunition and you are not allowed to possess it without a license to carry...
Section 129C. No person, other than a licensed dealer or one who has been issued a license to carry a pistol or revolver or an exempt person as hereinafter described, shall own or possess any firearm, rifle, shotgun or ammunition unless he has been issued a firearm identification card by the licensing authority pursuant to the provisions of section one hundred and twenty-nine B.
Ammunition”, cartridges or cartridge cases, primers (igniter), bullets or propellant powder designed for use in any firearm, rifle or shotgun. The term “ammunition” shall also mean tear gas cartridges, chemical mace or any device or instrument which contains or emits a liquid, gas, powder or any other substance designed to incapacitate.
If there were blog stories where the use of the silly imperial system were pertinent to the post then I would like to see it mentioned. The article is about the Government in the UK and their relationship to the press. The majority of the readers of this blog are likely in the US. There are different relationships. It is a distinction worth noting. Even with the distinction being made in the article there will most likely be a ranting post quoting US laws anyway, but at least he is trying to remind the readers that we are not talking about US laws.
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Now why would the Diplomats have Spying on their mind.. Maybe because the State Department ordered them to?? In July 2009, a confidential cable originating from the United States Department of State, and under US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton's name, ordered US diplomats to spy on Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations, and other top UN officials. The intelligence information the diplomats were ordered to gather included biometric information (which apparently included DNA, fingerprints, and iris scans), passwords, and personal encryption keys used in private and commercial networks for official communications. It also included Internet and intranet usernames, e-mail addresses, web site URLs useful for identification, credit card numbers, frequent flier account numbers, and work schedules. The targeted human intelligence was requested in a process known as the National Humint Collection Directive, and was aimed at foreign diplomats of US allies as well.
LOL a school with a "Comanche" for a mascot wants to regulate what is offensive! With two spears in the logo they should make sure none of its students wear the logo on school grounds those spears look like scary weapons! And I hope they make the football team play without their helmets the spear image on the side could be mistaken for a weapon.
"• Microsoft also worked with the FBI's Data Intercept Unit to "understand" potential issues with a feature in Outlook.com that allows users to create email aliases; "
That may explain why I spent 20 minutes of reading web posts and clicking all over the outlook.com to try and figure out how to setup a quick email alias. I gave up and set it up on one of my gmail accounts.
The 1980 Summer Olympics boycott of the Moscow Olympics was a part of a package of actions initiated by the United States to protest the Soviet war in Afghanistan. It preceded the 1984 Summer Olympics boycott carried out by the Soviet Union and other Communist-friendly countries....