General Bill by Rodriguez (CO-SPONSORS) BermanFirearms: Requiring that, if neither party to a firearm sale or transfer is a licensed importer, licensed manufacturer, or licensed dealer, all other sales or transfers may be conducted only between two persons who have valid concealed weapons or firearms licenses; requiring such a seller or transferor to retain a copy of the buyer’s or transferee’s concealed weapons or firearms license and the serial number of the firearm sold, etc.Effective Date: 07/01/2020Last Event: 11/06/19 S Referred to Infrastructure and Security; Judiciary; Rules on Wednesday, November 6, 2019 10:40 AM
I am thoroughly confused by this bill. Is it saying that only Floridians with a CWL can make firearms transactions or that can have firearms transaction privately not going through an FFL?
I abrogate as manner of personal security to receipt for the transaction between private individuals and I do like to use the CWL as “Proof Of Good Guy,” but I do not like the State telling me who I can or cannot sale other than to a Prohibited Person. Uncle Jose has never broken a law in his life and also never bothered to get a CWL because he does not like to carry. I know him all my life and wants to buy one of my shotguns to go gator hunting in the Glades, but I can’t sell it to him? Bullcrap.
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And…. how exactly would this law be enforceable?
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