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Old 08-01-2010, 01:56 AM   #21
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I am pretty sure that Florida does not allow home based FFL's either.

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Old 08-01-2010, 02:41 AM   #22
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Re: Insurance- as the man said, the ATF does not care. HOWEVER- if you are going to be IN THE BUSINESS of buying and selling guns, I would STRONGLY urge you to do 2 things-

First, incorporate, and have the license in the name of the corporation. NOT because of the ATF- because of the guy that buys an SKS from you, takes it to the range without cleaning the gunk from the bolt, gets a slamfire x10, and shoots his buddy. (Actually provided testimony in the above case) Incorporating is for when the WIFE of the dearly departed sues YOU. Only the assets of the corporation can be attacked. Not YOUR house, not YOUR car, not YOUR kids college savings acct.

Second- get liability insurance. You can find it- check with an independent agent, or check the NRA. It's REAL value is that your insurance company provides for your legal defense. If you think ammo is expensive lately, you have not priced out talking to a lawyer.
You might also consider a really, really good security system and commercial property insurance to cover any guns, special equipment, machinery or tools on your premesis. Your standard homeowners may not cover business property and will definately limit coverage on firearms to $2K or so.
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Uh, Have mine!!!

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I am pretty sure that Florida does not allow home based FFL's either.
Uh.....Have mine!!!!
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You heard it right, this has happen to me in Va. Part time gunsmith that can't get a shop started at home because of 911 an the new Goverment! A life long dream gone down the pipe with wasted money also for gunsmith school.

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