(2) Such person possesses any explosive or incendiary bomb, bombshell, firearm silencer,
machine-gun or any other firearm or weapon simulating a machine-gun and which is adaptable
for such use; or
(3) Such person knowingly possesses a machine-gun, firearm, rifle or shotgun which
has been defaced for the purpose of concealment or prevention of the detection of
a crime or misrepresenting the identity of such machine-gun, firearm, rifle or shotgun;
(5) (i) Such person possesses three or more firearms; or (ii) such person possesses
a firearm and has been previously convicted of a felony or a class A misdemeanor defined
in this chapter within the five years immediately preceding the commission of the
offense and such possession did not take place in the person's home or place of business;
(6) Such person knowingly possesses any disguised gun; or
(7) Such person possesses an assault weapon; or
(8) Such person possesses a large capacity ammunition feeding device. For purposes of this subdivision, a large capacity ammunition feeding device shall
not include an ammunition feeding device lawfully possessed by such person before
the effective date of the chapter of the laws of two thousand thirteen which amended
this subdivision, that has a capacity of, or that can be readily restored or converted
to accept more than seven but less than eleven rounds of ammunition, or that was manufactured
before September thirteenth, nineteen hundred ninety-four, that has a capacity of,
or that can be readily restored or converted to accept, more than ten rounds of ammunition;
(9) Such person possesses an unloaded firearm and also commits a drug trafficking
felony as defined in subdivision twenty-one of section 10.00 of this chapter as part of the same criminal transaction; or
(10) Such person possesses an unloaded firearm and also commits any violent felony
offense as defined in subdivision one of section 70.02 of this chapter as part of the same criminal transaction.
Criminal possession of a weapon in the third degree is a class D felony.
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