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Cwl holder and chambered gun??

Discussion in 'Florida Glockers Club' started by 45CalGlockin, Sep 24, 2009.

  1. 45CalGlockin

    45CalGlockin

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    If you have a concealed weapons license can you have your gun snaped in your holster and loaded with one in the chamber in ur glove box or center console???
     
  2. Dillusion

    Dillusion Mustache-less

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    yes, you can do that without one
     

  3. 45CalGlockin

    45CalGlockin

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    I just wondering..i have my cwl but someone told me once that you cant have the gun chambered in the car..
     
  4. rich52us

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    They gave you innacurate information. As Dillusion said, you don't need a CCW to do that. A legal citizen of FL who can otherwise obtain a pistol can keep it laoded in their vehicle. I suggest you get Gutmacher's book on Florida Firearms Laws and go by that. It is available at most gun shops, and pawn shops that sell firearms.
     
  5. 45CalGlockin

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    Thats what i taught but loaded and chambered can be two different things...i guess it might have been back when they had that 3 Step process law
     
  6. greatwun

    greatwun Senior Member

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    the 3 step law does not exist in FL. With a CWL you can have the firearm on you (concealed) chambered or unchambered while in your car.
     
  7. Mr. Blandings

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    Hey Glockin,

    Seriously, please pick up or order a copy of attorney Jon Gutmacher's book Florida Firearms - Law, Use & Ownership, 6th Edition. Do this so you actually know what the law says.
     
  8. 40 Cal Joe

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    What Mr. Blandings suggested would be most prudent and will be the best $25 you ever spend.
     
  9. volsbear

    volsbear IWannaBeSedated Lifetime Member

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    Get the book. As a general rule, it's a bad idea to walk around with a gun unless you know the applicable laws in your own state. Laws can protect you, but they can also place you in peril if you're not up to speed on them and do something illegal. As the cliche goes, 'ignorance of the law is no excuse.'
     
  10. rvrctyrngr

    rvrctyrngr Senior Moment

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    ....and never has existed.
     
  11. derp

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    3 step rule. can somebody tell me when did the 3 step rule was actually in effect? did it ever existed such a thing in Florida?
     
  12. brboyer

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    never!
     
  13. rvrctyrngr

    rvrctyrngr Senior Moment

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    Yup....right around that time. :supergrin:
     
  14. FlaChef

    FlaChef Steyroid

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    I think the conquistidors might have had a three step process for loading their flintlocks:dunno: