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I have a Florida concealed carry permit, but live out of state and have a carry permit in that state. In order to save a little hassle of transporting my firearm via checked baggage on a flight to Florida when visiting, am I permitted to carry a pistol that a Florida resident owns legally? My brother-in-law has a couple of pistols that he target shoots with, but he does not have a concealed carry permit. He stated that he would loan me one while I am in state, but only if it is legal.
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Welcome to the forum from North Carolina. Let me refer you here: https://www.nraila.org/articles/20150101/guide-to-the-interstate-transportation

https://www.atf.gov/resource-center/docs/0501-firearms-top-10-qaspdf/download

http://www.gunlawsbystate.com/#!/interstate-transportation/flying-by-commercial-airline-scheduled-flight/i-introduction/


Perhaps others upon this forum will have additional information that could further detail if or how you might be able to do this or the wisdom of it, etc. Again, welcome.
 

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I'm sure its legal, in the event you get stopped, you don't have to show CCW to LE unless ask, all they are going to do is run the gun serial #, if is not reported as stolen gun, you're OK, B I L can give you a note or even make a bill of sale for the firearm and destroy such paper when ready to go home.
 

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Don't know the answer to your question but Welcome to the forum from North Carolina :wave:
 

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Florida licenses are not tied to any particular gun. You have the license and it applies to any gun you legally have in your possession. You can carry your BIL's gun as long as he is okay with that. Make him mad and he reports it as stolen then you could have problems. And should probably get a new BIL.
 

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That^^

Until he went sideways with the angry BIL stuff. Jeese. Personally, I'd be more comfortable with my own gun and holster. Transporting a firearm VIA airlines isn't really a hassle.
 

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I have used my brothers gun when in Florida and he uses one of mine when he comes back to Ohio. If something happens while he is here, happy birthday bro, it's yours.
 
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