Missouri Bill to Lower Minimum Carry Age Headed to Governor’s Desk

Missouri Bill to Lower Minimum Carry Age Headed to Governor's Desk

Missouri Bill to Lower Minimum Carry Age Headed to Governor's Desk

A bill lowering the age requirement for a conceal-and-carry firearm permit has cleared the Missouri Legislature and is on its way to the governor.

The bill lowers the age to obtain a concealed weapon permit from 23 to 21. Missouri currently has country’s oldest right to carry age. Both the Senate sponsor, Republican Brian Munzlinger of Williamstown, and the House sponsor, Republican Jeanie Riddle of Mokane, wanted to lower the age even further to 18.  Riddle said this is enough for the time being.

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