Can you carry a concealed weapon without a permit in Mo?

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asked Dec 1, 2022 in Law Enforcement/Police by Pinkpanther (6,250 points)
Can you carry a concealed weapon without a permit in Mo?

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answered Dec 5, 2022 by Shawn (102,160 points)
You can carry a concealed weapon without a Permit in Mo as long as you're 19 years of age or older.

A new law in January of 2017 was passed in MO that allows you to possess and carry a concealed weapon throughout the state of MO without a license.

You can carry a gun in your car without a concealed weapons permit in most places including in Kansas.

Some states may differ so you would have to mention your state and check with your local state laws.

You can carry a gun without a license in some places.

For example in Kansas you can carry a concealed firearm on your person without a permit or license as long as your 21 or older and have not been barred from owning or possessing firearms.

Other states you sometimes need to have a license to carry a weapon or gun.

You can drink alcohol while carrying a concealed weapon in some places although being under the influence of alcohol and being drunk is almost always a crime in most states while you're conceal carrying a weapon.

Many states also prohibit people from carrying a firearm into establishments that serve liquor (such as bars and nightclubs), even with a concealed carry permit, and even if you are not drinking.

The best thing to do is to never drink alcohol or do drugs when carrying your gun.

This ensures you cannot get in trouble and is the safest thing to do.

It's not illegal to own or possess an unregistered handgun in California.

However it is illegal to carry and possess an unregistered handgun outside your home and off your own property in California.

To carry a handgun outside your home and off your land in California you must have a concealed carry license.

Simply having an unregistered gun in your possession is not a criminal offense in California.

However, being caught with an unregistered gun in public may result in criminal charges.

California law makes it illegal to carry a gun in public unless one of the following applies: You have a valid California firearm permit.

A U.S. citizen or legal resident over age 18 may generally carry a handgun anywhere within his or her place of residence, place of business, or on private property owned or lawfully possessed by the citizen or legal resident.

A permit or license is not required for a person to carry within these locations.

There's 9 states that I know of that do not require a person to have a permit to carry a handgun either concealed or opening but you must abide by all local, state and even Federal laws when carrying the gun without a permit and you must be legally able to have a firearm in your possession and it must also be registered legally in your name.

The states of West Virginia,Vermont, New Hampshire, Missouri, Mississippi,Kansas, Maine, Alaska and Arizona don't require a permit to carry a firearm opening or concealed.
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answered Dec 14, 2023 by MaroPalk (1,420 points)

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