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Five Weapons You Can Never Concealed Carry
5 Items you can never Conceal Carry unless you want to end up in prison with hard-ass Jimmy :)
What’s Up Sheepdogs? Ryan here with Tampa Carry.
The State of Florida is pretty awesome when it comes to Concealed Carry. You can almost Carry any type of firearm or weapon you can imagine once you obtain your Florida concealed weapons permit.
Here is a list of 5 items you can NEVER Conceal Carry even if you have a Florida Concealed Weapons Permit.
Machine Gun - means any firearm which shoots or is designed to shoot more than one projectile with one pull of the trigger.
Short Barreled Shotgun - means a shotgun with a barrel less than 18” in length or has an overall length shorter than 26”.
Short Barreled Rifle - means any rifle with a barrel less than 16” in length or has an overall length shorter than 26”
Destructive Device - means any explosive device or explosive launching device.
Silencer or Suppressor - means any device for reducing the noise emitted by a gun or other loud mechanism
Most of these items are lawful for you to own and possess in Florida. The process is not as simple as cutting the barrel on your shotgun. You must file the appropriate paperwork and get approval first (this takes about 4-6 months). ATF has created an extensive application process to purchase or manufacture one of these items items.
Hope this helps and you don't end up in prison!
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That's all I have for today. So until next time keep training and stay safe...
Ryan G. Thomas