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    Florida Private Security.

    This may seem odd, but can anybody tell me if there is any Florida law that restricts what calibre handgun private security can carry?

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    Would that not just be restricted by the Calibre of the gun you can personaly afford. You say private security does that mean like a bodyguard .
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    Quote Originally Posted by nsb22 View Post
    This may seem odd, but can anybody tell me if there is any Florida law that restricts what calibre handgun private security can carry?

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    Flordia Codes and statutes.


    6) In addition to any other firearm approved by the department, a licensee who has been issued a Class "G" license may carry a .38 caliber revolver; or a .380 caliber or 9 millimeter semiautomatic pistol; or a .357 caliber revolver with .38 caliber ammunition only while performing duties authorized under this chapter. No licensee may carry more than two firearms upon her or his person when performing her or his duties. A licensee may only carry a firearm of the specific type and caliber with which she or he is qualified pursuant to the firearms training referenced in subsection (8) or s. 493.6113(3)(b).
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    Do you have a Dirty Harry wannabe toting a .44 magnum or something? Sic the State on em.
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    I was wondering because I work for a company that has sites in several different states. The home state being FLA.

    I was hoping the rumor that I've been hearing wasn't true, but it apparently is. We will be switching from H&K to Sig 229's, but we will be going to a sub par round now because of Fla. and the messed up need to everyone to be "uniform" :headsmack:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ianl6 View Post
    Would that not just be restricted by the Calibre of the gun you can personaly afford. You say private security does that mean like a bodyguard .
    More like infrastructure security. You know, places where terrorist would love to attack.


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    9 mm? Theres nothing wrong with the 9mm as long as you are using good ammo.
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    True. I guess I'm just fond of my .40 and .45!


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    Quote Originally Posted by nsb22 View Post
    More like infrastructure security. You know, places where terrorist would love to attack.
    If it were me i would get the hardest stopping gun i could use and just hope to heck that i never had to use it outside of a firing range,shooting a person must take a lot more guts.But i will never know anyway as in my country the gun laws are a lot tighter than you have in America.
    I'd still love to own and be allowed to carry a concealed weapon though.
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