Brian D. wrote:Between the concussion and the muzzle flash, it was still mildly disorienting.
pirateguy191 wrote:Brian D. wrote:Between the concussion and the muzzle flash, it was still mildly disorienting.
And you still haven't fully recovered.
Aonair97 wrote::!: Hey all, new to the forum and found an old post about this from 2012, but I need current answers.
I'm not asking about is it logical to carry one, I'm not asking would you, or anything like that. I am just seeking STRAIGHT LEGAL TRUTH on the matter. If I were to purchase a Hellpup AK pistol, and I have a CHL. Could I carry it loaded, on my passenger seat while I drive? Again, not asking if you yourself would do this. I'm asking am I legally allowed to do so. My particular county in Ohio is Summit, also.
In my logical thinking, I'd assume yes. Because federal law recognizes them as a pistol/handgun. As long as a foregrip isn't added. And you can carry a handgun loaded, in vehicle, if you have a CHL. So I'd THINK you can. And I'm sure cops would have some questions during a traffic stop. So no matter how practical the action is, it SEEMS like it would be legal. I just want to confirm that.
As he arrived to the store, Seaton told Dayton police he saw two men running from the store. Seaton said one of the men then stopped, pulled out a gun, and pointed it in his direction.
According to police, Seaton then grabbed an AK-47 from his passenger seat and fired at the men. Seaton told our breaking news team he believes one of his bullets hit a suspect, but he cannot be sure.
"Typically robberies at the store are done in 20 to 45 minutes, but I happened to be in the right place at the right time," Seaton said.
Seaton told police the would-be-thieves wearing black masks fled on foot after he fired shots. He said he followed the two men in his truck as they made their way into a running getaway truck parked in the 2500 block of Mundale Avenue.
Seaton continued to follow the suspects in his truck. That's when he says the suspects began firing shots at his vehicle out of a driver side window.
Police said Seaton ended his pursuit at the intersection of Smithville Road and Linden Avenue before returning to the store to alert police.
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