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Old 01-19-2013, 10:48 PM   #1
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Does anyone have ant suggestions about a car or carseat holster that is legal in Florida without a ccw permit?



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Old 01-20-2013, 05:38 AM   #2
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Doesn't exist for non-permit holders bc non-permit holders can't have firearms in the main cabin... Gotta be in the trunk locked up in a case separate from the ammo (also locked up).



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So basically get your permit...

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Doesn't exist for non-permit holders bc non-permit holders can't have firearms in the main cabin... Gotta be in the trunk locked up in a case separate from the ammo (also locked up).
Not in Florida it doesn't.
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Does anyone have ant suggestions about a car or carseat holster that is legal in Florida without a ccw permit?
That is not a good idea. It would depend too much on officer interpretation of the law. Read FS 790.25, especially 790.25 (5)
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That is not a good idea. It would depend too much on officer interpretation of the law. Read FS 790.25, especially 790.25 (5)
As long as you're not going to carry conditions 1 or 2 and the holster you get has a thumb snap or strap according to 790.25 you are good.I did this for a few years before jumping into my ccwl.Never an issue with an Leo as long as you follow the idea that you need three steps to fire the firearm.
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Ok gotcha. It does seem very vague about the laws on that. I am trying to get a class scheduled to get my ccw but it seems they are all packed for a few months. People must be scared that right will be taken away I'm thinking. I have heard of the three step law which is kinda vague to me.

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ParrotHead - how did you attach it? Do you have pictures from the back side!
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As long as you're not going to carry conditions 1 or 2 and the holster you get has a thumb snap or strap according to 790.25 you are good.I did this for a few years before jumping into my ccwl.Never an issue with an Leo as long as you follow the idea that you need three steps to fire the firearm.
While the three steps rule is a myth in Florida, it's never a bad idea to overcompensate when a LEO is concerned. Those guys do their best for the most part, but they aren't lawyers or judges. They have been known to arrest when no arrest was indicated. It will still cost you lost time and lawyers fees even for an acquittal. Know the locally appropriate law and follow it to the letter.

The question asked by the OP could be interpreted as open carry since the gun would probably be exposed under at least some circumstances.


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