from Ammo Land:
SB 296, the Florida bill that would remove restrictions on citizens carry of guns during an emergency, passed the Senate Community Affairs Committee on the 8th of April.
The bill reflects the philosophy of the second amendment, that guns in the hands of citizens enhance public safety.
Currently, the rights of Florida residents to carry arms are significantly restricted. The open carry of weapons is restricted to certain activities, such as hunting, target shooting, fishing, and on a persons private property. Concealed carry of weapons is restricted to people who have some training and who pay the fee to obtain the concealed weapons license.
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