Your "location" indicates "Kennett MO." Do you really worry much about Wisconsin's "concealed carry law"? Missouri has issued CCW permits since shortly after 2003 when the CCW law was passed. The law was legally challenged because of several issues, but as I recall within a year all qualified Missouri citizens could obtain a CCW.(For citizens living in St. Louis County, and others, which refused for some time to issue CCW permits, it was only necessary to get a CCW license from Florida, for example. The non-resident Florida CCW license is legal in Missouri under the 2003 law.)YES WE CAN! Democrats left Gov. Scott Walker (R-WI) with a $3.6 billion deficit, and as of yesterday he has transformed it into a $484 million surplus. Walker has only been in office for two years but it is turning into a golden age for the state.
The Walker administration and the GOP legislature has balanced the budget, created a surplus, lowered unemployment, put limits on greedy unions, and enacted conceal and carry. For the first time in 12 years, property taxes have decreased.
In the annual survey of job creators, 94% said Wisconsin is headed in the right direction (compared to just 10% who said the same thing in 2010). On June 5, 2012, Walker became the first governor in American history to win a recall election. He won the election with more votes and by a higher percentage than he had won in 2010.
Around 2004, Missouri Attorney General Jay Nixon obtained CCW license reciprocity rights with many other states -- as examples: Florida and Ohio.
Next time you carry into Arkansas, remember that it was Democrat Jay Nixon (now our governor) who got you that privilege in 2004 through a legal reciprocity agreement with Arkansas.