Florida is now the 13th state to legalize gun ownership in the United States, and many people in the state have decided to keep their guns at home.
Florida’s gun laws are among the strictest in the nation, and there is currently a national trend to ban most guns, including high-capacity magazines.
But Florida lawmakers are not interested in regulating gun ownership.
Instead, they want to expand the number of guns allowed into the state.
According to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, gun owners must get a license to own a firearm.
But in recent years, there has been a trend to loosen the rules.
For example, in 2015, the Florida Legislature passed a bill that allows a person to own up to eight guns.
In 2014, the legislature also passed a similar bill that allowed for the ownership of more than 16 firearms.
“What we’re seeing is the trend of loosening the rules,” said Mike Smith, spokesman for the Florida Gun Owners Association.
“The number of firearms in Florida has been decreasing since the 1990s.
So the more people who are in possession of a gun, the more restrictive they’re going to be.”
Currently, the number and type of firearms allowed into Florida is set by the Florida Association of Chiefs of Police, a state law enforcement body.
But the new law would allow for the purchase of more guns.
The new law could lead to some owners being able to carry more than the four weapons allowed by the law, Smith said.
“In fact, if you have 16 guns, it will be the most you could legally carry,” he said.
However, the gun owners say that many of them are not aware of the new rules and they are worried that it will lead to a flood of guns into the hands of criminals and other violent individuals.
The gun owners who live in the Miami area told ABC News that they do not have a problem with guns on their property because they have a permit.
They are just concerned about the possible proliferation of guns and the possible loss of privacy and safety.
But some residents of Orlando and Fort Pierce are concerned that the laws could be used to infringe on their privacy rights.
In June, a man who was driving in Orlando allegedly shot a woman at a busy intersection in the city.
According to police, the man had a concealed weapons permit, but he was caught after the woman got out of his car and approached him.
He was arrested.
In a letter to the governor and legislative leaders, the Orlando chapter of the Florida Rifle and Pistol Association said that the bill would lead to more illegal gun possession.
“By limiting the number or types of firearms that may be permitted, it is a blatant attempt to create a ‘gun-free zone,’ and could actually lead to increased violence,” the group said.
The NRA did not immediately respond to ABC News’ request for comment.ABC News’ Emily Nussbaum contributed to this report.