GUN LAWS IN FLORIDA

Complete Guide To CCW Laws


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Florida firearms laws operate at the state level and can be described as being accommodating compared to other states. The states policy is "Shall Issue" for a concealed carry license with the licenses being issued to both residents and non-residents. Florida is one of five states that bans open carry although open carry is permitted in some limited situations. The state has full preemption over all gun laws for handguns and long guns.

Florida CCW Quick Facts

Carry In Vehicle YES
Must Notify Officer NO
Carry In State Parks Allowed YES
No Weapons Signs Enforced NO
Open Carry Permitted NO
Carry In Restaurant SEE DETAILS
Constitutional Carry NO
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How Reciprocity Works in Florida

State statutes allow Florida to accept licenses from other states only if that state agrees to honor a Florida concealed carry license. Florida reciprocity law is governed by section 790.015 of the Florida statutes.

Florida currently has reciprocity agreements with 36 other states. A Florida concealed carry license is valid in all these states with a few exceptions as noted at the bottom of this section.

Firearms laws vary with each state and a Florida license holder will be subject to the laws of whatever state they are travelling in.

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Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, Wyoming

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Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Delaware, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, Wyoming
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Exceptions

Florida and other state CCW license holders should all take note of the following exceptions when traveling in any of the states listed below.
Only residential CCW licenses from states that Florida has reciprocity agreements with will be honored. Non-residential licenses will not be accepted even if the state has a reciprocity agreement with Florida.

Florida Handgun License

Florida Gun Policy

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Florida CCW License

The Florida concealed carry license differs from other states in that it allows holders of the license to not only carry a handgun but also other weapons such as electronic weapons, tear gas guns, billies (baton) and knives. Applicants must be at least 21 years or older and have completed a firearms training course.

The age requirement is reduced to 18 - 20 for members of the armed forces. There is also a broad range of other requirements applicants must meet with a full list in our requirements section. Applications can be made online, in person or by mail.

Non-Resident License

Non-Residents can apply in the same way as residents. However, non-residents will need to submit paper fingerprint cards with the prints having been done by your local law enforcement agency. You will also need to ensure the address of the agency has been entered on the back of the fingerprint card, if the address is missing your application will be returned.

Moving to Florida
If you are moving to Florida and hold a valid CCW license in your current state you will need to establish residence in Florida by;

  • Making a statement of domicile.
  • Registering to vote.
  • Filing an application for homestead tax exemption on property located in Florida.

Once you have established legal residence in Florida your out of state CCW license will be valid for 90 days. This only applies if your license is from a state that honors a Florida CCW license.

The Law
790-015 Non-resident license

Handgun Training

You will need to submit a copy of a certificate from one of he following courses to prove you are competent with a firearm;

  • NRA training course.
  • Hunter safety courses that have been approved by the Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission or by similar organizations in other states.
  • Any firearms safety course offered by a college, law enforcement agency, private or public institution, with instructors that are certified by the NRA, Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer services or Criminal Justice Training Commission.
  • A firearms training course with a state certified instructor.
  • Documents from participation in an organized shooting competition.

Military Training
If you are on active duty you can submit a military order or a statement of military service signed by a personnel officer or commander. For former military personnel you can submit a DD form 214 for honorable discharge from military service.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 21 years old
  • You have completed an approved firearms training class
  • You are a U.S. citizen or legal resident alien
  • You must reside in the U.S.
  • You do not have two or more DUI convictions within the previous 3 years
  • No convictions for a violent crime in the last three years, either misdemeanor or felony
  • Federal law requirements

More Details
These are the minimum requirements to qualify for a Florida concealed carry permit. Full requirement details for a concealed carry permit can be found on the application page.

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Florida: Places Off-Limits for CCW

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Places Off-Limits in Florida

  • Any police, sheriff, or highway patrol station
  • Any detention facility, prison, or jail
  • Any courthouse or courtroom
  • Any polling place
  • Any meeting of the governing body of a county, public school district, municipality, or special district
  • Any meeting of the Legislature or a committee thereof
  • Any school, college, or professional athletic event not related to firearms
  • Any elementary or secondary school facility or administration building
  • Any portion of an establishment licensed to dispense alcoholic beverages for consumption on the premises
  • Any area of a vocational-technical center
  • Any place of nuisance as defined in s. 823.05
  • Any college or university facility
  • Inside the passenger terminal and sterile area of any airport
  • Any place where the carrying of firearms is prohibited by Federal Law.

Places Allowed in Florida

  • State parks
  • State and national forests
  • Road side rest areas
  • Vehicle
  • All areas of the state, except those listed as Off-Limits

Pointers: Florida CCW

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Florida Open Carry

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Open carry in Florida.

The Facts on Florida Open Carry

As a general rule Florida open carry is illegal and the law bans handguns from being carried openly even with a valid permit. Open carry has not always been banned in Florida's gun history but currently Florida is one of  five states in the US that ban open carry. The Supreme Court in November, 2017 upheld the ban on open carry in Florida by refusing to hear a case challenging the law.

When Is Open Carry Legal?

There are under Florida Statute 790.25 certain limited conditions in which open carry is legal. Such conditions would be if you are;

  • Traveling to or engaged in camping
  • Fishing
  • Hunting or
  • Lawful target shooting

790.25 Lawful Ownership, Possession, and use of Firearms and Other Weapons

  • (h) A person engaged in fishing, camping, or lawful hunting or going to or returning from a fishing, camping, or lawful hunting expedition;
  • (i) A person engaged in the business of manufacturing, repairing, or dealing in firearms, or the agent or representative of any such person while engaged in the lawful course of such business;
  • (j) A person firing weapons for testing or target practice under safe conditions and in a safe place not prohibited by law or going to or from such place;
  • (k) A person firing weapons in a safe and secure indoor range for testing and target practice;

Open carry is only permitted in the above limited situations.

How Will The Police React to Open Carry in Florida?

As seen in the following video clip you will be stopped by law enforcement and questioned if seen open carrying a firearm in Florida. Even if you are engaged in legal activities where open carry is permitted such as fishing, hunting, and camping you will still likely raise unwanted attention from the police who are likely to fire some questions your way (hopefully not bullets)!

Florida Police question teen who is open carrying.

History Of Florida Gun Laws

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Antique handgun

Learn Florida's Gun History

1894

Until 1894 concealed carry of a firearm for self defense was accepted in Florida. The original licensing law was enacted in 1894 but was only applicable in the county in which it was issued. These licenses were issued by the various County Commissions with applicants having to post a surety bond or $100 cash. However, the 1894 law did not include concealed carry which was not permitted before the early 1970's.

1970

This changed in the early 1970's when a man that was denied a permit in Sarasota County appealed to the Florida Supreme Court. The Court ruled that carriage of a firearm was a right that the Florida Constitution guaranteed and the various commissions MUST issue a permit. This court ruling forced a change to the 1894 law and it was slightly modified to permit that method of carry, however it was still only legal in the county a permit was issued.

1987

In 1987 the Florida gun laws were updated and Florida became a Shall Issue state. The 1987 law also legitimized open carry without a license, however due to public opposition stoked by the press open carry was then banned again. Up until 1987 unlawful carrying of a firearm was treated as a misdemeanor.

2005

Florida was the first state to enact stand your ground laws on October 1, 2005. More than 20 other states quickly passed similar laws after the introduction of Florida's law.

Florida Concealed Carry Laws

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Florida Gun Laws To Know

NO - Must Inform Officer

There is nothing in Florida gun laws that states you must inform a law enforcement officer you have a firearm when approached on official business. You are required by law to carry your permit, together with photo ID, at all times during which the permittee is in actual possession of a concealed handgun.

The Law
790.06

NO

Any "No Firearms" signage in Florida generally does not have the law behind it. Unless, the sign is posted in an area that falls within the Off-Limits law. The area must be specifically stated in the section of law as being off limits.

Even if the law does not backup a "No Firearms" sign you can still be arrested for trespass if you enter the property. So its best to not enter any property with such a sign posted.

YES - Without a permit
It is lawful for a person 18 years of age or older to possess a concealed firearm or other weapon for self-defense or other lawful purposes within the interior of a private vehicle, without a license, if the firearm or other weapon is securely encased or is otherwise not readily accessible for immediate use. "Securely encased" means in a glove compartment, whether or not locked; snapped in a holster; in a gun case, whether or not locked; in a zippered gun case; or in a closed box or container which requires a lid or cover to be opened for access.

The Law
790.25
790.001
790.17 Minimum age to transport Firearm 18

NO - with or Without a permit
Open Carry is illegal in Florida even if you have a permit/license. Under section 790.25(3)(h)(j)(k) of the Florida statutes there are some limited situations were it is legal to open carry such as traveling to and being engaged in lawful target shooting, fishing, hunting, and camping.

The Law
790.053
790.25

YES/NO
In Restaurants That Serve Alcohol

You are not permitted under Florida law to carry in a bar area that serves alcohol. The law states that "any portion of an establishment that dispenses alcohol.... which is primarily devoted to such purpose".

So it is widely interpreted in Florida to mean that you can carry in a restaurant that serves alcohol, as its primary purpose is to dispense food and not alcohol. However, if the restaurant has a bar area you cannot enter that area while carrying a firearm. And you certainly cannot enter a fully licensed bar. That is classed as a misdemeanor with a possible 60 days jail or $500 fine.

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If the restaurant has posted a no firearms sign and you enter then you could be charged with armed trespass which is a felony.

The Law
790.06 (12)

YES

It is legal to carry in the following areas;

State Parks:    YES
State/National Forests:    YES
State Game Management Units:    YES
Road Side Rest Areas:   YES

The Law
State Park Rules

"The right of the people to keep and bear arms in defense of themselves and of the lawful authority of the state shall not be infringed, except that the manner of bearing arms may be regulated by law."
(Art. I, § 8)
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Florida Off-Limit Statutes

Other Florida CCW Statutes

For information on other states handgun laws please go back to the state laws page and select the state you are interested in.

Other Firearm Laws

Private Sales
Private sales of guns in Florida are legal and the transaction does not need to be processed through a licensed dealer as in some other states.

Florida law allows counties to require background checks and a 3 – 5 day waiting period when firearms are sold on property the public have access to such as a gun show. However, these local laws cannot be applied to concealed carry permit holders.

Florida Constitution, Art VIII Sec. 5(b)

Florida CCW FAQ's

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Florida CCW Contact

Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services

Miami-Dade Office

Hours


Monday – Friday 8am – 5pm

Saturday Closed

Sunday Closed


Contact


Address 7743 NW 48th St. Ste. 100

CityDoral, FL 33166-5407

Phone (305) 639-3500

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Disclaimer

The information contained on this page is not legal advice but is merely a starting point for your own research. It is up to you to decide what the best course of action is for your circumstances. We are not lawyers, if you'd like individualized legal advice, we'd be happy to refer you to some law practices with known firearm specializations. It is crucial that you understand the law before you carry a firearm. Also, remember that just because a statute may clearly say one thing or another, that doesn't mean all members of law enforcement know it. That also goes for lawyers and even judges too.

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Tim

If you served in the Military and was honorably discharged and was assigned duty was Base Police that went through firearms training and carried sidearms 24/7 do you still have to take the firearms training course if you have a DD214

Joel
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Joel

Yes you do , i ETSed January 14th 2019, no class had to be taken, only DD214 and valid ID

Joel
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Joel

I’m sorry buddy, meant to say no, no classes have to be taken for you !!

Dan Clark
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Dan Clark

Is it legal to purchase alcohol from a package liquor store while carrying concealed?

michael
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michael

yes….they are selling it ,,, not ‘dispensing’ (pouring/opening) it

Jerry
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Jerry

I am going to be vacationing in Florida. Is it legal to ccw in Florida with a ccw permit from Montana

Jeremy
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Jeremy

So if we own a daycare / pre school, can we carry or not carry in the business?

Deb
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Deb

are the only constrictions for a felony, is they have to be 3 years old

Robert
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Robert

Do u have to register a side arm to carry it ? even if u have a ccp .

Phil Nolan
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Phil Nolan

You may but guns are not mandated to be registered, don’t know where I got that, I’m old, but I think so

Brandon
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Brandon

No, the State of Florida has no registration of firearms of any kind including pistols, rifles and shotguns. But yes you do need a conceal carry permit to conceal carry a firearm in the State of Florida. I suggest you do your research on gun laws of the State of Florida. Don’t listen to other people. Take the time and do your research. Every gun owner should.

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Curious Fellow

I’m going on a vacation to Florida and I live in Kansas. Would it be legal to ccw with a Kansas permit while I’m in Florida?

Walter R.
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Walter R.

Yes it is legal for a Kansas cow holder.

Trent
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Trent

You just can’t open carry in Florida

Papa Joe
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Papa Joe

I will be traveling to Connecticut soon. Some states don’t recognize Florida cwp. What do I do with my handgun when passing through those states. Going up and back about 7 days round trip. Ty.

Dogmaneod
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Dogmaneod

Before reciprocity I had licenses in 7 states. As an example Georgia required locked away. South Carolina required it be in plain sight. North Carolina in the trunk. Virginia was locked in the glove compartment. Federal law for now allows you to transport interstate if your legal at home and where you are visiting. But you must be aware of the transport laws of the states you are passing through.

Hannah Chamberlain
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Hannah Chamberlain

I just got my CCW in Florida. I am a bit confused by the laws with concealed carry in vehicles. I have heard that it is legal to have the gun on your person as long as it is concealed, or is that under the readily accessible?

TKR
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TKR

It’s “Legal” to have your gun locked and loaded w/ your CWP/CCW.. for non CWP/CCW holders, the transportation of a gun for drivers over the 18 is where the gun cannot be readily accessible. Though is not required in FL to inform an officer that you’re carrying I usually do.

William Crowley
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William Crowley

Any car carry not on your person is open carry whether it’s in plain view or not. Just be compliant with the detail of the law, snapped in a holster, in a closed box or zipped case, etc. Any carry on the person is a concealed weapon and requires a CCW. However if it is in plain view on your person you could be charged with brandishing or improper display. If it’s in a holster with a strap and snap as a CCW you can carry it on your body out of sight or on the seat in plain view.… Read more »

kenneth jerome
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kenneth jerome

Can my condo association restrict me from concealed carry in the club house if i have a CCW.

Richard Frenzel
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Richard Frenzel

If l give a gun to a relative, do. You have to register it?

Samuel Moya
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Samuel Moya

I dont believe florida has a gun registry. NY and Cali do though.

Samuel Moya
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Samuel Moya

Im sorry i could be wrong. You may need to write out a bill of sale, have it notarized, and possibly even take that to a tax collectors office.

Bill Webb
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Bill Webb

Florida has no laws requiring registration. However, the laws of other jurisdictions would apply outside of Florida. For example, I can give a handgun or other firearm to my cousin (or any other person), if we are within the state of Florida, without restriction. If the person leaves Florida, they are subject to any regulations that apply in another state. If they are otherwise prohibited from owning or possessing a firearm, they are liable under the applicable law, even within Florida, but I am not UNLESS I transported it into a prohibited area in order to give it to them… Read more »

Michael N. Smith
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Michael N. Smith

What does it mean when you are denied a Florida CCW license in Florida Statute 790.06(2)(n)
Iam now a Florida resident moving here from Indiana which I hold a lifetime CCW out of Indiana.

Michael N. Smith
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Michael N. Smith

I’m just a little confused here.
I moved from Indiana with a life time Carry license.
I take a class here in Florida, receive my certificate, go to the tax collector & do what they need & pay.
3 days later I receive a denial notice for my CCW, citied reason,
Florida Statute 790.06(2)(n)
Can someone explain to me what is this Statute & Denial?

James
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James

Statute below…I coped section (n) at the bottom for you. In summary, you’re prohibited because you have some other federal law or Florida provision restricting you. Call Tallahassee and ask. They’re real easy to talk to…Good luck. 790.06 License to carry concealed weapon or firearm.— (1) The Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services is authorized to issue licenses to carry concealed weapons or concealed firearms to persons qualified as provided in this section. Each such license must bear a color photograph of the licensee. For the purposes of this section, concealed weapons or concealed firearms are defined as a handgun, electronic weapon… Read more »

Bill Webb
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Bill Webb

790.06 (2) (n) states that [The Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services shall issue a license if the applicant:]

(n) Is not prohibited from purchasing or possessing a firearm by any other provision of Florida or federal law.

You would need to contact the Department of Agriculture directly in order to determine why they believe you are disqualified from receiving a license and then pursue any remediation of the situation on your own. They are not required to research it, but merely to determine your qualification under the applicable statute.

Michael N. Smith
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Michael N. Smith

790.06(2)(n)
Sorry

Michael N. Smith
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Michael N. Smith

Can someone explain to me Florida Statute 709.06(2)(n)

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“(n) Is not prohibited from purchasing or possessing a firearm by any other provision of Florida or federal law.” It means you were denied because you are prohibited by some other Florida law or Federal law from purchasing/possessing a firearm. It may be that the law violation or incident occurred after the issuance of your Indiana license and was discovered in the background check when you applied for the Florida license. It could be anything from: a simple restraining order that was briefly issued, a fight in a nightclub that resulted in a conviction for battery, almost anything involving mental health… Read more »

Dogmaneod
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Dogmaneod

You left out the easy answer. How many Michael Smith ‘s are there in Florida. Was it an outright denial or a conditional to see why or who there is a restriction on?

Dogmaneod
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Dogmaneod

It might be as simple as you have such a common name someone else might be restricted. You have an appeal process which will correct the inconvenience. IF YOU HAVENT RESOLVED IT already contact the Department of Agriculture, Division of licensing. Since I am seeing this 28 days later you are probably passed the 30 day period that your Indiana license is acceptable.

Bill Webb
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Bill Webb

The grace period is 90 days from the date of established residency.

George
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George

Is there a registry of guns serial numbers and owners or buyers?

Brandon
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Brandon

No, there is no such thing as a firearm registry for pistols, rifles and shotguns within the State of Florida. The serial number is there for tracking purposes on when the firearm was manufactured, where it was purchased from, and on who purchased the firearm. Only a handful of States require a firearm registry.

Steve
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Steve

What is the leagal way to carry a rifle on a motorcycle? I have a concield carry permit from Florida.

Rick
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Rick

I moved out of Florida and have a resident permit. Can I change this to a non-resident permit?

Vincent McDermott
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Vincent McDermott

I am a retired NYPD police officer in good standing and have a valid NYS carry permit. What documentation and procedures do I need to follow when I move to Florida. Thank you

Robert Harley
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Robert Harley

It is not possible to transfer another state’s concealed carry permit/license to Florida. If you currently have a concealed weapon license from another state that honors Florida concealed weapons permits and are moving to Florida, then you permit is valid for 90 days by establishing your legal residence via one of the following methods; 1ST: Registering to vote Flordia drivers license Making a statement of domicile s.222.17 Applying for a homestead exemption on property located in Fl 2ND: BTW: Flordia does NOT recognize ANY LEO’S from other states.You have to a take I hr CCW safety course by a Certified… Read more »

Kevin Marriner
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Kevin Marriner

I call BS ever heard of LEOSA? I don’t care what Florida has to say

XPISTOLS
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XPISTOLS

LEOSA works fine IF (1) You have an ID from your (former) employing agency (some don’t like to issue them) identifying you as “Qualified” under LEOSA and (2) You have qualified with your weapon within the last 12 months. After he moves to FL, assuming he has the ID, he still needs to meet the qualification requirement every year. As a FL resident this means having an instructor certified by the state (not NRA, etc) certify he has hit 32 of 40 shots and issuing him the qualification card. A couple of notes: His (NY) LEOSA ID, if it lists… Read more »

Dogmaneod
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Dogmaneod

If you have a certificate of training or a DD Form 214 they are acceptable proof of training.

Kevin Marriner
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Kevin Marriner

This is not legal advice I am not a Lawyer, you should do your own research on this issue, its pretty simple to find out this information. Florida has minimum standards you will need to find a quailfied CJSTC-approved firearms instructor. The firearms qualification standards for a concealed firearms permit are much less demanding than Florida’s minimum standards for active law enforcement officers. The federal law is the sole source of providing federal authority to carry a concealed firearm. The federal law requires those carrying under its authority to qualify either at a former agency employer using that agency’s active… Read more »

Dogmaneod
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Dogmaneod

Do you have a retirement permit? The rules are different.

anon
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anon

To the NY cop,it is the determination of FDACS to approve or dis approve a cert of firearm proficiency. That being, said you may submit several different documents that are accepted by the D.O.L. 1) a letter on your former (or current ) NYPD on their letterhead ,certifying your firearm training. 2) any class or training that was given by a NRA certified firearms instructor 3) long form DD214 if you are a veteran. There are several other acceptable documents if you visit Freshfromflorida.com you will see them. BTW,I’m not trying to come off as an expert I just work… Read more »

Justin Tyler Kress
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Justin Tyler Kress

I was convicted of 784.03 did I lose my gun rights ? If so how do I restore them

Maslowian
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Maslowian

Your biggest concern of the statue is 790.06 section 2(3); “The Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services shall deny a license if the applicant has been found guilty of, had adjudication of guilt withheld for, or had imposition of sentence suspended for one or more crimes of violence constituting a misdemeanor, unless 3 years have elapsed since probation or any other conditions set by the court have been fulfilled or the record has been sealed or expunged.” Did you conviction lead to a felony? If so, then you’ll have the larger issue of restoring your rights as a felon. If… Read more »

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