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Guest

United States

#1 Jan 8, 2013
How many people do you think have their CC Permit? Don't you have to ho through a background check to get it?
Guest

United States

#2 Jan 8, 2013
Is there a public database that you can look at?
Guest

United States

#3 Jan 8, 2013
Not sure but mine is not concealed. I want mine so I can get it and there is not a law outlawing open carry and you don't need a permit
guest

Sikeston, MO

#4 Jan 8, 2013
Missouri law requires applicants to pass stringent background and criminal history checks. The law allows a county sheriff to deny a CCW permit to any person whom he deems to be unsafe.

Missouri CCW applicant / permit holder information is not public information.
Noyoudidnt

Farmington, MO

#5 Jan 8, 2013
Guest wrote:
Is there a public database that you can look at?
This is the stupidest question ever asked on here. Please tell me you are not going to apply for one?
guest

Farmington, MO

#6 Feb 23, 2013
I got my ccw you have to pay 97 dollors for an 8 hour class then when you get your certificate you go to the sheriffs office and pay another100 dollors for a federal and state background check and when it comes back then you go to the driver license bureau pay 50 dollors to get the ccw endorsement on your license or individual card
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Farmington, MO

#7 Feb 23, 2013
guest wrote:
I got my ccw you have to pay 97 dollors for an 8 hour class then when you get your certificate you go to the sheriffs office and pay another100 dollors for a federal and state background check and when it comes back then you go to the driver license bureau pay 50 dollors to get the ccw endorsement on your license or individual card
Don't know if you can get something on your license but if you can dont do it. Get a separate card and put it where you know where it's at in wallet but if you get pulled over its not seen if you have to pull your regular license out for trooper or cop.
guest

Sikeston, MO

#8 Feb 23, 2013
[QUOTE who=".|."]<quoted text>Don't know if you can get something on your license but if you can dont do it. Get a separate card and put it where you know where it's at in wallet but if you get pulled over its not seen if you have to pull your regular license out for trooper or cop.[/QUOTE]

Yup. In IL they go nuts if you hand them a card that implies that you're packing heat.
guest

Farmington, MO

#9 Feb 24, 2013
you better not get cought in ill with a ccw they are one of the states that dont have ccw permit and it will be bad at least thats what they told me and my wife
guest

Farmington, MO

#10 Feb 24, 2013
And about getting pulled over if you do and its not on your license your suppose to tell them you are a ccw holder the reason you dont put it on your license is when you go to renew them you have to also renew your ccw permit to thats why you get a seperate card for it then you wont be throwing money away
guest

Saint Louis, MO

#11 Feb 24, 2013
I got pulled over in Missouri with a loaded 9mm in my glove box on I-55 in Pemiscot county. I told the state patrol I had it there when he stopped me for a head light being out. He told me that a car is considered the same as your home and you could carry a loaded gun in your vehicle concealed even if you dont have a ccw. I only got a warning on the headlight and was back down the road within 5 minutes. Did not know that and thought surely I was going to jail.

Also a lot of places have it posted that no weapons are allowed in there so a ccw permit in Missouri, to me, is a waste of money.
guest

Sikeston, MO

#12 Feb 24, 2013
guest wrote:
I got pulled over in Missouri with a loaded 9mm in my glove box on I-55 in Pemiscot county. I told the state patrol I had it there when he stopped me for a head light being out. He told me that a car is considered the same as your home and you could carry a loaded gun in your vehicle concealed even if you dont have a ccw. I only got a warning on the headlight and was back down the road within 5 minutes. Did not know that and thought surely I was going to jail.

Also a lot of places have it posted that no weapons are allowed in there so a ccw permit in Missouri, to me, is a waste of money.
CCW allows you carry on your person.
guest

Saint Louis, MO

#13 Feb 24, 2013
guest wrote:
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CCW allows you carry on your person.
That is true unless the place you are going has no weapons allowed posted which is very frequent these days at most places and you have to leave it in your vehicle anyway. So hell, putting it in the glove box works for me and saves me a lot of money.
guest

Sikeston, MO

#14 Feb 25, 2013
guest wrote:
<quoted text>That is true unless the place you are going has no weapons allowed posted which is very frequent these days at most places and you have to leave it in your vehicle anyway. So hell, putting it in the glove box works for me and saves me a lot of money.
You can carry regardless of whether they have a sign. They can't do anything but ask u to leave.
people for change

Springfield, IL

#15 Feb 25, 2013
just what our town needs a bunch of meth heads carring guns
guest

Saint Louis, MO

#16 Feb 25, 2013
guest wrote:
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You can carry regardless of whether they have a sign. They can't do anything but ask u to leave.
No, you are wrong. Try carrying one into a gun free school zone. You can be prosecuted criminally. That is a fact.
guest

Saint Louis, MO

#17 Feb 25, 2013

Places off-limits when carrying:
1. Any police, sheriff, or highway patrol office or station
2. Within twenty-five feet of any polling place on any election day
3. Any correctional facility
4. Any courthouse or building used by a court
5. Any government meeting including state legislature
6. Government owned buildings except public housing
7. Bars.(except owners)
8. Secured parts of airports (Federal)
9. Prohibited by federal law
10. All Schools (including colleges)
11. Child care facilities
12. Casinos
13. Amusement parks
14. Any church
15. Private property with 11X14 sign with one inch letters
16. Arenas and stadiums seating over 5,000
17. Publicly accessible hospitals

18 Bus Public Transportation*
Note this is a felony under Missouri law. Others listed above will only result in a warning or tresspass violation but a bus carry will result in more seriuos consequences.

Carrying of a concealed firearm in a location specified in subdivisions 1) to (17) of subsection 20 of this section by any individual who holds concealed carry endorsement issued pursuant to this section shall not be a criminal act but may subject the person to denial to the premises or removal from the premises.

If you refuse to leave after being asked and the police are called, you will be fined $100. Second such offense in 6 months is $200 fine and suspension of permit. Third offense in 12 months is $500 fine and loss of permit for 3 years
guest

Saint Louis, MO

#18 Feb 25, 2013
Anyway...Here is some info on gettting and keeping a ccw:

http://www.usacarry.com/missouri_concealed_ca...
Guest

United States

#19 Feb 25, 2013
You cant tell these know it alls anything. Guess it makes em feel empowered to carry their gun on there person everwhere they go, which BTW it is legal to open carry with out a ccw. Anyway I'd hate to know I was that. scared to feel the need to carry everywhere i went plus those type will most likely shoot their self trying to get their gun out in a panic.

Hell we even have people claiming to be teachers at our school who say they take theirs to school with them, now thats a scarry thought there... Although I do plan to get my ccw soon I most likely wont carry a gun strapped under my clothes very often. I agree with you about having it in the console/glovebox is good enough, guess thats why I havent been in a hurry to get my ccw.
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Farmington, MO

#20 Feb 25, 2013
guest wrote:
And about getting pulled over if you do and its not on your license your suppose to tell them you are a ccw holder the reason you dont put it on your license is when you go to renew them you have to also renew your ccw permit to thats why you get a seperate card for it then you wont be throwing money away
Do not tell them unless you have to get something out of the glove box. I have all the respect in the world for our officers but why would you just knowingly tell that and put yourself (depending on the experience of the cop) thru a search? Makes no sense...the only way to tell them is if you are drinking and we all know you can't be around a loaded gun under the influence or driving anyway. Be respectful but don't make it harder than it has to be.

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