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.
Applicants will be among the first in the state who will not need to go…
by Personal Defense World / Aug 26, 2013