‘Buying a gun in FL easier than buying cold medicine’

‘Buying a gun in FL easier than buying cold medicine’

[Ed. – Ridiculous articles like this are why Americans no longer trust the media.]

In Florida, it’s easy to purchase any type of gun. According to the National Rifle Association’s Institute for Legislative Action, no license is required to purchase and own a shotgun, a rifle or a handgun. The state does not require owners to register firearms. If you’re 18 or older, you can buy as many guns as you want at one time in Florida, according to the NRA.

To get an AR-15, gun store owner Moto Adika told CBS News correspondent Adriana Diaz: “If you are a law-abiding citizen, then we can sell you that gun. The whole process can take no more than 15 minutes.”

For a lot of gun purchases in Florida, it’s an over-the-counter process with few barriers, which contrasts sharply with some other basics, which are increasingly regulated.

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Cold medicine 

Don’t expect to be able to stockpile Sudafed for your winter sniffles. Florida State law prohibits consumers from purchasing more than nine grams of common cold medication like Sudafed within a 30-day period. It’s also illegal to purchase more than three packages at once.

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