I am re-writing the rules for our gun club, and need some help. Specifically, I need a term for a firearm that is not demonstrably and visibly "Safe". We make a distinction between "Safe" and "other" firearms when specifying how and when they can be handled. Some examples of a "Safe" firearm would be: one with the bolt removed, one with the bolt locked back, one with an empty chamber indicator installed, one broken open (an over-under shotgun for example, or an AR-15 opened at the hinge), a lever-action with the lever open, a double-action revolver with the cylinder open, a holstered handgun, or a cased rifle. In the current rules, we refer to any firearm that is not "Safe" as "Loaded". I'm not happy with that term, as I feel it's kind of clumsy and not completely accurate. While we always consider every gun as loaded, a firearm can certainly be unloaded yet not able to be called "Safe". What, in your collective wisdom, would be a better term to indicate, "Not able to be considered Safe"?