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do you think i should list my xd tactical .40 sw on my permit when i am also listing my xd subcompact .40 sw on it. its only one round plus the tactical is alot bigger plus i dont think i would actually carry it but might be nice to have since i do keep it loaded at the house for my home defence gun. should i list the 5 inch model on my permit when i have the 3 inch model on it as well? i need an answer by tommorrow jan 21, 2006
 

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If you have an option to list more than one then I would do so - it extends your options. Guns can break down!

I am assuming they share the same manual of arms and so should be seen as complementary types.

Yanks my chain you should even have to declare what you choose to carry! :cuss:
 

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doesnt yank my chain

i think its good that you have to list the gun and serial number. mainly because you have to qualify with that weapon and prove you can shoot that gun and all that stuff. it shows competency. i am listing my xd sub compact .40 sw and my smith and wesson model 442 .38 +p guns i think i will leave the 5 inch off seams useless to have it on there. besides i want to buy a kimber raptor 2 the carry size model in .45 acp i think that is a good gun to list latter on down the road since you can change guns on your permit if you qualify with them. and only cost 10 bucks plus the qualification cost.
 

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cnc: Repeat after me: REGISTRATION ALWAYS LEADS TO CONFISCATION!

There is absolutely NO reason for the government to know what guns you own nor their serial numbers!

I'm very thankful that here in Florida there is no such requirement for listing nor is there a qualification requirement. All of those are merely boondogles to strip you of your hard earned cash.

Suppose an administration comes to power in your state that is virulently antigun? There is the CCW law on the books and they know there's only a faint possibility of getting it rescinded, because generally speaking unless there is a "sunset" clause (like we had with the AWB), once passed laws STAY. But hey, they've got this nifty QUALIFICATION requirement within the law. Changing THAT is a matter of executive privilege. So they re-write the requirements for qualifications and suddenly even Clint Smith can't qualify. Or they raise the costs so high even Trump can't afford them.

There is NOTHING in the 2nd Amendment pertaining to qualifications. That "WELL REGULATED" refers to being of like type and caliber as a matter of logistics rather than a legal term of art. Today it would mean if correctly read, that among their other arms, everybody had to have a military sidearm and an M-4.
 

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When I lived in N.Y.S. I had too register my handguns. I never bothered too here in FL.
I am thinking of doing so. In case my firearms get stolen. I don’t have rental incurrence either (yeah, dumb I know). Could the Fed's get my serial numbers from my renter’s incurrence, when I get it?


There is NOTHING in the 2nd Amendment pertaining to qualifications. That "WELL REGULATED" refers to being of like type and caliber as a matter of logistics rather than a legal term of art. Today it would mean if correctly read, that among their other arms, everybody had to have a military sidearm and an M-4.
Sounds nice, but could I get a M-14 instead of a M-4?:smile:.
 

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I am thinking of doing so. In case my firearms get stolen. I don’t have rental incurrence either (yeah, dumb I know). Could the Fed's get my serial numbers from my renter’s incurrence, when I get it?
Listing SN#'s is only required with non-firearm friendly insurers, or if you have a total value in excess of $10K. Listing what you own (of anything)will only do the following:

1) Allow you to be taxed.
2) Allow it to be readily confiscated.
3) Allow anyone who wishes to access public records a list of what you own.

It's certainly your choice (at this point), but don't be confused: the Bill of Rights does not confer "transparency" (the "right" for everyone, or the authorities, to know everything) on society, it legally mandates your right to privacy, in thought, word, and deed.

To answer the original question: I would not, unless you are required by law to declare any weapons you will carry, under your permit.
 

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Glad I dont have to register what I want to carry! Like the option to carry different pistols. In AR when you take the course if you use a revolver you can only carry a revolver, if you use an auto you can carry either. I do not agree but makes an easy choice use an auto so options are open
 
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