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Old February 1, 2013, 02:32 PM   #1
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Antique Firearm Exempted from gun laws

I have an 1892 Lebel revolver that my mother bequeathed to me when she passed away a few years ago. The gun once belonged to my father who collected it during his time fighting in WW II at the Battle of the Bulge. The gun was used by the French military and this particular gun was manufactured in 1902. I live in Florida and the FL guns laws exempt “antique firearms” from most of the gun laws including conceal/carry. An antique firearm is defined as any firearm manufactured before 1918. Does anybody have any thoughts on this and my using this as a concealed weapon without a conceal carry permit?
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