In this case, appellant was convicted of, among other misdemeanor counts, five felony counts arising out of his unlawful possession or carrying of a single firearm on a single occasion. On appeal, appellant contended that the trial court violated Penal Code section 654 by sentencing him to five concurrent prison terms rather than imposing a single term and staying execution of the sentence imposed on the remaining convictions. He also argued that the abstract of judgment should be amended to correct the improper designation of his conviction for possession of ammunition (§ 30305, subd. (a)(1)) as a violent felony. The Court of Appeal agreed, modified the judgment to stay execution of the sentences on counts two through five, and amended the abstract of judgment to delete the designation of count five as a violent felony.