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What Happens With My Firearms When I Die?

January 03, 2019

By David S. Katz Depending on the manner in which a person leaves his or her estate behind, firearms may be bequeathed in a customary manner like other personal property.  However, firearms held in an estate are still subject to the laws of transfer and possession.  Thus, careful consideration needs to be given in estate…

Gifting A Firearm To A Person Under 21 Years Old

December 24, 2018

By Danielle Wall So, you want to give your child, niece, nephew, grandchild, cousin a firearm as a gift.  This can be done relatively simply, but when the person you are wanting to gift a firearm to is a minor, there are some very important laws in Florida that you need to be aware of….

Gifting (or selling) a Firearm Across State Lines

December 22, 2018

By Danielle Wall Birthdays, holidays, anniversaries, graduations, other special occasions, or just because you want a loved one to be able to protect themselves, here is what you need to know about gifting a firearm across state lines. The transfer of a firearm across state lines must be done through a Federal Firearm Licensee (FFL)…

Can I Purchase a Firearm for Someone Else?

December 19, 2018

By David S. Katz Can I buy a firearm for another person? No.  This would be a “straw man” purchase.  In order to legally purchase a firearm from a dealer, you must be the “actual purchaser or transferee.”  If you are not the actual purchaser or transferee, it is illegal for you to complete the…

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