Missouri to Modify CCW Laws – VIDEO

Applicants will be among the first in the state who…

Applicants will be among the first in the state who will not need to go through the Missouri Department of Revenue as part of the application process for a concealed-carry permit. A new law taking effect on Wednesday makes several changes to the CCW application process. Starting Wednesday, applicants for a concealed-carry permit will submit their application to their county sheriff as before. The difference is, the sheriff will issue the actual permit rather than a certificate clearing the applicant to get a concealed-carry endorsement added to their drivers’ license. The permits will be valid for 5 years rather than the current 3 years.

Read more at ConnectMidMissouri.com.

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