Firearms Laws in St. Johns Don't Match State's
Andres, Shakaya, The Florida Times Union
Byline: Shakaya Andres
Firearms regulations in the Ponte Vedra Beach area and throughout St. Johns County are illegal and outdated.
For decades, the county has issued licenses based on standards set before 1977, Commissioner Mark Miner told board members and county staff last week. The rules say someone 18 or older can apply for a concealed weapons license. State law says 21 is the minimum age.
The county rules also say applicants simply must have good moral character, that if a license is issued it's good for two years and that the issuance of the license is conditional until a $100 bond is paid to the state. Also, under the county law, applicants can be …
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Publication information: Article title: Firearms Laws in St. Johns Don't Match State's. Contributors: Andres, Shakaya - Author. Newspaper title: The Florida Times Union. Publication date: March 30, 2011. Page number: Not available. © 2007 The Florida Times-Union. COPYRIGHT 2011 Gale Group.
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