Firearms; Requiring the Department of Law Enforcement to include on a standard form certain questions concerning a potential firearm buyer’s criminal history and other information relating to the person’s eligibility to make the firearm purchase; requiring that, if neither party to a prospective firearms sale, lease, or transfer is a licensed dealer, the parties must complete the sale, lease, or transfer through a licensed dealer; revising applicability of the prohibition against certain sales or deliveries of firearms to include certain purchases, trades, and transfers of a rifle or shotgun, etc.

Same procedure we know of having to go to an FFL to do the paperwork, background check and waiting period, but here is the twist:

I have to ask my FFL readers: Once the gun is in your books, aren’t you responsible for it to ATF? Would you allow to process a gun like that? Here is the text of the bill, go to page 5 for this specific set of new instructions. I may be missing something since I am not a FFL.

 

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

2 thoughts on “Florida- SB 468: Firearms (Universal Background Checks with a Twist)”
  1. Well to me if I sell a firearm It has to be booked into my sale book and “booked out” to the buyer. Sssssoooo if you Sir come in my shop with Mr Jkb to sell him a gun, i dont own the firearm , you do. I would think we would need a special form 4473 for private sales. Plus Im not sure how I could book it in from you and out to him.I guess I could do it like you sold it to me and I sold it to him. More paperwork to keep track of, yay. Another brilliant idea from our wonderful gubmint

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