From the Saint Augustine Record:

A Senate committee on Wednesday voted in favor of the bill (SB 488) while a House committee has also voted in favor of similar legislation (HB 89).

Both bills would grant the same protections already in place under Florida’s “stand your ground” law to people who only threaten to use force. It would make sure that people who show a gun would be immune from Florida’s “10-20-Life” law, which requires anyone who shows a gun while committing certain felonies to be sentenced to 10 years in prison. If someone is shot and wounded, the sentence increases to 25 years to life.

Clear as mud. I think that what the writer is saying is that if you’re NOT committing a felony, but instead you are trying to protect yourself, then you will be immune from the 10-20-Life law.