How do you get a federal gun permit?
There is no such thing as a federal gun permit. ADDED: If you are referring to Federal Firarms Dealers License (more commonly known as an "FFL") you need to contact the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (BATF).
That depends entirely on where you are, and what you want to do. In the US, on a Federal level, there are permits/ licenses to be a dealer in guns, an importer, manufacturer, collector, dealer or manufacturer of machine guns, etc. Some states require a permit to purchase a gun or possess a gun, and a different permit to carry a gun, or carry a gun concealed.
NO!!!!!! Sorry that is not correct, depending on what the original question meant. Banks are not a prohibited location in Florida if the person has a gun permit. The only exception to that is if the bank is on federal property (which is not likely, and it's a common misconception that an FDIC bank is a federal bank) or if the bank has posted a sign in accordance to Florida law stating that guns are…
It depends. Some, but only a few, states in the U.S. require a license to purchase a gun. A gun permit normally refers to a permit allowing you to carry the gun on your person in public. Some people use the terms interchangeably, but each state calls the gun permit something different. In Tennessee, it is called a "Handgun Carry Permit." In Florida, it is a "Weapons Permit."
If you don't have a handgun carry permit, you can have a gun in your vehicle as long as you abide by federal transport law, which basically says the gun must be unloaded, sepearate from the ammo, and inaccessible. If you have a valid gun permit from any state, you can carry a handgun on your person in your car, loaded and accessible.
Not for ownership or possession of guns, but to CARRY them in public when you're not hunting or target shooting at a range, then yes, you need a permit. The permit identifies both you and the kind of guns you're allowed to carry. By the way, the federal government has had a form of gun registration for all guns sold by gun dealers (holders of a Federal Firearms License, or FFL). Those forms are not…
You will have to define "gun permit". It means different things in different places. In some areas, you must have a permit to possess a gun, in some places a permit to carry a gun, and in others, a permit to carry a gun concealed. depends on the laws where you live- and we get questions from all 50 US States and multiple nations other than the US.
It depends on what you mean. If you mean, can you have a gun in your car, the answer is, it depends. Some states, such as Mississippi, allow a person to carry a gun in the car even if the person doesn't have a permit, because the car is considered an extension of your home. Other states, such as Tennessee, allow car carry only if you have a valid handgun carry permit. Federal law allows…
You need to define "handy gun permit". If you are referring to the H&R Handy Gun .410 shot pistol, these are regukated by Federal law under the National Firearms Act as an AOW- permission in required from the BATFE to move them to another state. If it does not refer to the H&R, please tell us what you mean.
Can I get a gun permit if I plead guilty for domestic violence degree 4 in 1998 in Washington state?
If you have a valid handgun permit from any U.S. state, you can carry the gun loaded and have it anywhere in the vehicle. If you do not have a valid carry permit, you must abide by federal transport law, which basically says the gun must be unloaded and not accessible. The best choice is unloaded and in the trunk with the ammo in a separate container.