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Firearm Storage and Minors

April 11, 2022

By Ace Luciano It won’t happen to us! The call shows on your phone as “Seminole County” and comes as you and your spouse are climbing into your car after dinner.  You are on the way to see a movie that you’ve been waiting to see for some time. It’s the local sheriff’s office, and…

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Flying With Firearms

December 05, 2020

With the holiday season underway, it is important to know the law if you will be flying with a firearm and/or ammunition.  All Firearms MUST Be In Your Checked Baggage All firearms MUST be in your checked baggage.  Firearms are not permitted in any carry-on baggage. You cannot bring a firearm, even unloaded on to…

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Living with a Felon and a Firearm

February 20, 2019

Having a Firearm in the House with a Convicted Felon Yes, it is possible for you to live with a felon and a firearm in the same house.  However, the convicted felon cannot possess the firearm.  In Florida, there are two types of possession: actual and constructive.  Actual possession is when someone has exclusive control…

Interstate Transportation of Firearms

Interstate Transportation of Firearms

February 18, 2019

Interstate Transportation of Firearms -The McClure-Volkmer Act Planning a cross-country trip?  Not sure how to travel with your firearm through each states?  Even though state laws vary, Federal law allows for the Interstate Transportation of firearms through all states in a vehicle.  The McClure-Volkmer Act makes it easier for the traveling public to ensure they…

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Storing Your Firearms While Entertaining for the Holidays

December 17, 2018

by James Phillips, Jr. With Christmas and New Year’s fast approaching many of us are making plans to get together with friends and family.   If you are hosting this holiday season it is important to make sure your firearms are properly stored.   If any of your guests will be under the age of 16, then…

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Stolen Firearm? What now?

December 03, 2018

If you ever find yourself in the unfortunate position of having your firearm stolen, it is important to know what you are legally required to do and what options you have.  There is no requirement to report a stolen firearm under either federal and Florida law.  However, we strongly advise you report it to law…

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