After reading Florida's statute on "armor-piercing" ammunition, I figured I'd post regarding my thoughts on the law's language. On first glance it appears as though Florida's law on "armor-piercing" ammunition allows someone to own "armor-piercing" ammunition as long as the ammunition is not intended to be used in a handgun. However, the statutory language seems to leave open the possibility that someone could be prosecuted by the State of Florida if he or she possesses "armor piercing" ammunition even if he or she does not own a handgun capable of firing the armor-piercing ammunition. Just throwing out a warning that even though the State of Florida may not be capable of obtaining a conviction for possession of armor-piercing ammunition if the accused person does not own a handgun that is capable of firing that ammunition, it does still appear as though the State of Florida could charge someone with possession of armor-piercing ammunition (a felony) if that accused person knew that the ammunition was "armor-piercing" and could be loaded in a handgun. Fair warning, the law as written seems fairly broad, which is unfortunate for any Floridian attempting to buy what can be legally described as "armor-piercing" ammunition capable of being fired in a handgun. I only present this information because I was thinking of purchasing some ss190 and I am now having second thoughts considering the wording and punctuation of Florida Statutes Section 790.13(2)(b).