The FNH P90 did not enter production until well after both the Gun Control Act of 1968 (which prohibited further importation of full auto firearms for the civilian market) and the Firearm Owners Protection Act of 1986 (which prohibited domestic manufacture/conversion of full auto firearms for the civilian market). Thus, they cannot be purchased, whether imported or domestically manufactured (this includes imported models with enough US-made parts to be 922r compliant).
To be able to legally purchase one, you would need a Type 1 FFL, Special Occupational Tax Class 3 stamp, and law enforcement letterhead approving the purchase as a dealer sample. To legally convert a semi auto into a full auto, you would need a Type 7 or Type 10 FFL, Special Occupational Tax Class 2 stamp, and the know-how to do it (most people think it's a simple matter of dropping in parts - it is not).
The semi-auto FNH PS90, on the other hand, is legal to own in Florida. It is semi-auto only, and is manufactured with a barrel which meets the legal length requirement of 16 inches.
You need to own a permit but then they are legal.
If you get married in Florida it is legal but you should always have a blessing in your own country just to make sure it is certain :)
in the united states 47 of the states including Florida it is legal to kill a trespasser or burglar in your own home or your own land.
actually they are i happen to own two of them and am working on a third but yes.
Yes, as long as you follow the steps required by federal law to purchase one, you can legally own it in Florida.
Depends. Rifle or handgun? The Florida law addresses handgun ammo. See link below to the Florida ammo law.