Just wondering do you think it would be ok to call up my local state police barrack or court to confirm?
I think we would all be surprised to discover how limited is the legal knowledge of our well-intentioned law enforcement agencies. In some areas of the law, particularly gun ownership and carrying limitations, police officers just are not the experts that one might assume they should be.
I am not dissing LE, just suggesting that getting legal advice from law enforcement is just a smidge better than getting it here.
As Chris states, some info from the webs will not be up to par. I typically chastise people for placing their legal well being in the hands of some random stranger with a keyboard and dialup connection.
Police definitely aren't the glossary of legal information that we expect them to be. I've met officers that didn't know their duty weapon was a Glock 22. They only knew glock. 40 Cal. Many officers are ignorant to the spectrum of the law.
Serious questions are better answered by city/county /state attorneys. It is their job to know the law.
But I tell you without any doubt, the information I've given you pertinent to this discussion is 100% accurate.
I could make a list of a bunch of guns i have, or "have", or wish I had. Why would one feel compelled to provide that infornation freely? Do you feel the need to show off? Is it some immature game of oneupsmanship?