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Concealed Weapon License
Is the tax collector’s office responsible for determining who is eligible to receive a concealed weapon license?
This answer has been viewed 2128 times and was last updated on 08/22/2018.
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No. The tax collector's office accepts applications, takes ID photos, and fingerprints applicants. The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services or processes the applications and determines applicants' eligibility to receive a license.

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