Bill: Florida SB 372
Sponsor: Senator Linda Stewart (D-13)
Position: Strongly Opposed
Summary: Criminalizes the manufacture, transfer, importation, distribution, sale, or possession of “3D-printed firearms”
If enacted, Florida SB 372 would make it a felony for individuals to manufacture, transfer, import, distribute, sell, or possess 3D-printed firearms that are created using PET, polycarbonate, PLA, or ABS, and which do not contain at least 4 ounces of detectable metal. Once effective, individuals in possession of these firearms would be required to destroy the firearm or surrender it to a law enforcement agency. Violation of SB 372 would constitute a third degree felony, punishable by up to 5 years in prison or a $5,000 fine for the first offense.
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