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Old 02-24-2012, 09:41 AM   #11
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Absolutely do not fill out any paperwork on this. You have legally aquired the firearm, period. You do not live in New York so do not act like it. Purge the term "register" from your vocabulary except when talking about a motor vehicle. Gun registration is unconstitutional, inconscionable, and inexcusable. The only reason to "register" a firearm is if you want the government to seize it from you at some point in the future. If you REALLY want it to be confiscated from you, just send it to me. I will be happy to provide you with an address in a PM.

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Old 02-24-2012, 11:51 AM   #12
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I have it now, I just want to transfer it from the other persons name to mine. How much does it cost anyone know?
Not necessary. There's nothing to transfer in the state of Florida.
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Absolutely do not fill out any paperwork on this. You have legally aquired the firearm, period. You do not live in New York so do not act like it. Purge the term "register" from your vocabulary except when talking about a motor vehicle. Gun registration is unconstitutional, inconscionable, and inexcusable. The only reason to "register" a firearm is if you want the government to seize it from you at some point in the future. If you REALLY want it to be confiscated from you, just send it to me. I will be happy to provide you with an address in a PM.
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Old 02-24-2012, 07:12 PM   #15
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I have it now, I just want to transfer it from the other persons name to mine. How much does it cost anyone know?
If both parties live in Florida, I believe just a hand written bill of sale
or note acknowledging the gift (etc.) would be all you need for self
satisfaction only. If you both can legally own a firearm, nothing is
required by Florida statutes. This is just my opinion and not meant
to be legal advice.

I'm from Georgia and I don't think there is any mechanism to register
a weapon in Georgia or Florida. I travel to Florida and carry concealed
there quite often. Just speaking from the Florida statutes I have read
for my own edification and defense.
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