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In what US state?
Thank you. Please give me some minutes to look up Indiana gun laws and compose a reply for you.
Indiana makes no distinction between an inoperable and an operable gun. Both are considered firearms. Given that, you could be violated if your probation officer found your display.
You can see the law and the analysis of it in the attached case, which holds that it is sufficient that the gun was designed to be able to expel a projectile by means of an explosion and not whether it is now in working order.
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