Missouri permit is a weapons permit. Not just a gun permit. The answers can get complicated and i am not a lawyer or expert of any kind on this.
Knifes are limited to under 4 inchs and no switchblades.
Changes, yes, but that was a year and a half ago.Missouri Statute preview.
SB 656 Modifies provisions relating to firearms and corporate security advisors
LR Number: 5082S.04T Fiscal Note available
Committee: General Laws
Last Action: 9/10/2014 - Legislature voted to override Governor's veto Journal Page:
Title: CCS HCS SB 656 Calendar Position:
Effective Date: Varies
House Handler: Elmer
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Current Bill Summary
CCS/HCS/SB 656 - This act modifies provisions relating to firearms.
OPEN CARRY ORDINANCES - 21.750
This act provides that the open carrying of a firearm may not be prohibited by a political subdivision for any person with a valid concealed carry endorsement or permit in his or her possession who presents such endorsement or permit upon the demand of a law enforcement officer. In addition, no person carrying a concealed or unconcealed handgun may be disarmed or physically restrained by a law enforcement officer unless under arrest or if there is no reasonable and articulable suspicion of criminal activity. Any person who violates these provisions may be issued a citation for up to $35. No ordinance of a political subdivision may be construed to preclude the use of a firearm to defend property or persons.
This provision is identical to a provision of CCS2/SS/SCS/HCS/HB 1439 (2014), SS/SCS/HB 1539 (2014), SS/SCS/SB 613 (2014), and SB 744 (2014), and is similar to a provision of HB 436 (2013), and SB 352 (2013).