Information on Florida Concealed Carry applications

Information on Florida Concealed Carry applications

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    Information on Florida Concealed Carry applications

    I am an NC resident. Have no criminal record. The Florida instructions say I can submit an application with fingerprint cards being mailed to me from Florida and it says I can submit my DD-214 Military discharge certificate in place of a concealed carry training certificate.....does anyone know if this may be true or not.........The reason I don't want to go through NC is that the Florida license is for 7 years and is valid here. Thanks


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    Hello, DBen, and welcome from Missouri to this great forum- good folks and LOTS of info here.
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    Thanks Bob...appreciate the welcome.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by dben002 View Post
    The reason I don't want to go through NC is that the Florida license is for 7 years and is valid here. Thanks
    You should check your local laws. Some states require that you must have a permit issued in your state of residence. Non-resident permits are not acceptable if you are a permanent resident.
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    Bhamrichard....Good point I had not considered at all.....not sure where I would find that out but will go looking....thanks

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    Welcome aboard from the great state of Pennsylvania!

    Now, if you jump over to Florida Acceptable Training Documentation - you will see:

    Other acceptable forms of training documentation include the following:

    • Former military personnel can submit a DD Form 214 reflecting honorable discharge from military service.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dben002 View Post
    I am an NC resident. Have no criminal record. The Florida instructions say I can submit an application with fingerprint cards being mailed to me from Florida and it says I can submit my DD-214 Military discharge certificate in place of a concealed carry training certificate.....does anyone know if this may be true or not.........The reason I don't want to go through NC is that the Florida license is for 7 years and is valid here. Thanks
    790.062 Members and veterans of United States Armed Forces; exceptions from licensure provisions
    (1) Notwithstanding s. 790.06
    (2)(b), the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services shall issue a
    license to carry a concealed weapon or firearm under s. 790.06 if the applicant is otherwise qualified and:
    (a) Is a service member, as defined in s. 250.01; or
    (b) Is a veteran of the United States Armed Forces who was discharged under honorable conditions.

    http://www.handgunlaw.us/states/florida.pdf
    So you're getting a Florida non-resident permit so you can carry in your home state? That's weird.

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