- Shall Issue
- Permits Issued to Residents or members of the Armed Forces stationed in Missouri, or the spouse of such member.
- 21 years of age required
- 18 years of age for military / 21 for military spuse
- Valid for 5 Years
- New: Up to $100 depending on Sheriff
- Renewal: Up to $50 depending on Sheriff
- 45 Day Processing Time
- Missouri Reciprocity Maps
- Missouri Concealed Weapons Law Brochure
- Missouri Revised Statutes Chapter 571
- Missouri Attorney General Reciprocity Info
- Licensed to Carry Concealed Weapons Provisions
- Missouri Firearms Forums
On February 26, 2004 Missouri’s concealed weapons law became effective. The law set up training requirements and background checks for applicants as well as issuing processes for sheriffs. It also states restrictions on where concealed weapons are and are not allowed. Lastly, it allows persons to carry concealed in their vehicle without obtaining a permit. [Source]
- Be at least 21 years old. Members of the armed forces stationed in Missouri must be at least 18 years old. Their spouses must be at least 21 years old.
- Resident of Missouri. Non-resident permits are issued to members of the armed forces stationed in Missouri and their spouses.
- Be a citizen of the United States
- has not been convicted, or pled guilty or nolo contendre to any felony
- have no weapons-related misdemeanor conviction
- have not been convicted within the past five years of a violent misdemeanor or have not been convicted of two or more misdemeanors involving DWI or possession or abuse of a controlled substance within the past five years
- not be a fugative
- not be currently charged with a felony
- not have been dishonorably discharged from the armed forces
- not have been adjudged mentally incompetent within the past five years
- received the required firearms safety training at least eight hours in length
- have not the respondent of a valid full order of protection
“Carrying of a concealed firearm in a location specified in subdivisions (1) to (17) of subsection 1 of this section by any individual who holds a concealed carry permit issued pursuant to sections 571.101 to 571.121, or a concealed carry endorsement issued prior to August 28, 2013, shall not be a criminal act but may subject the person to denial to the premises or removal from the premises. If such person refuses to leave the premises and a peace officer is summoned, such person may be issued a citation for an amount not to exceed one hundred dollars for the first offense. If a second citation for a similar violation occurs within a six-month period, such person shall be fined an amount not to exceed two hundred dollars and his or her permit, and, if applicable, endorsement to carry concealed firearms shall be suspended for a period of one year. If a third citation for a similar violation is issued within one year of the first citation, such person shall be fined an amount not to exceed five hundred dollars and shall have his or her concealed carry permit, and, if applicable, endorsement revoked and such person shall not be eligible for a concealed carry permit for a period of three years.”
11/4/2013 – Format updated along with all information.
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