SB 389
Modifies the laws regarding concealed carry permits for Missouri residents
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Last Action:
3/3/2011 - Second Read and Referred S General Laws Committee
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Effective Date:
August 28, 2011

Current Bill Summary

SB 389 - This act lowers the minimum age for an applicant of a concealed carry endorsement from twenty-three to twenty-one.

Current law allows persons who have a concealed carry endorsement or a valid permit or endorsement to carry concealed firearms issued by another state or one its political subdivisions to carry concealed weapons. Under this act, Missouri residents with a permit or endorsement issued in another state must apply to the director of revenue for an out-of-state endorsement on a Missouri driver's license or nondriver's license in order to carry concealed weapons. Nonresidents who have a permit or endorsement issued by another state may continue to carry concealed firearms in Missouri without such an endorsement.

An out-of-state concealed carry endorsement expires upon the expiration of the concealed carry endorsement or permit issued in the other state.