A man is to stand trial charged with brandishing a sawn-off shotgun at police.
Kevin McGuire has been accused of carrying out the alleged crime at a flat in Thornliebank, East Renfrewshire, on March 22 this year.
Prosecutors claim he had the weapon “with intent to resist or prevent his lawful arrest”.
It is said he did “present” the gun at two constables before eventually driving away from them.
McGuire denies the charge under the Firearms Act as well as four others, including possession of the weapon and driving while only having a provisional licence.
His lawyer, Joe Barr, told the hearing at the High Court in Glasgow on Thursday: “The defence is prepared and ready for trial.
“The evidence in the case will be in short compass.”
Lord Burns set a trial due to begin next June in Glasgow.
The case could last up to four days.