Can you buy a gun in a different state and bring it to Florida?

Can you buy a gun in a different state and bring it to Florida?

Federal firearms license (FFL) holders are the only persons who can legally handle gun sales across state lines. It’s then up to you to go to the FFL holder in your state and take possession of the weapon.

Can a Michigan resident purchase a handgun in Florida?

If he’s still a MI resident and the purchase/transfer is in MI, no problems with federal law whatsoever an no need for FFL. If he’s a MI resident and wants to purchase a gun in Florida, then transfer to an FFL in MI before taking possession would be in order.

Can a non resident carry a gun in Florida?

No. Florida, like Michigan and New Hampshire, has a residency requirement in its reciprocity law. Florida does not recognize non-resident concealed carry permits from other states.

How much is a gun permit in Florida?

Initial Application Fees

License Type Fingerprint Processing Fee Total
Concealed Weapon or Firearm: Florida Resident $42 $119
Concealed Weapon or Firearm: Out of State Resident $42 $119
Florida Law Enforcement Officer: Active None $77
Florida Law Enforcement Officer: Retired within preceding year None $22

Is a Florida concealed carry permit valid in other states?

Section 790.015, Florida Statutes, allows Florida to recognize concealed weapon licenses issued by other states if the other state agrees to recognize Florida concealed weapon licenses.

Can a non resident get a Florida concealed carry permit?

If you are not currently a resident of Florida but would like to learn more about obtaining a Florida Concealed Carry Permit this page is for you. Non residents can apply for the Florida permit the same way Florida residents do.

How long does it take to get a concealed carry permit in Florida 2021?

approximately 50 to 55 days
How long will processing take? The turnaround time for processing a concealed weapon license application is approximately 50 to 55 days.

Can I sit on my porch with a gun?

According to the letter of the law, it’s perfectly legal. So long as you remain on your own property and don’t use your shotgun in an unsafe or threatening way, you are legally in the clear. That said, depending on where you live you can expect to be harassed by neighbors and police.

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