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  •  That table shows exactly what I'm talking about. (0+ / 0-)

    You don't need a license, you don't to register to purchase a deadly weapon.

    Btw - I live in PA now and I am a gun owner.

    •  There are statutes (3+ / 0-)
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      noway2, theatre goon, rockhound

      in place, and gun laws have been legislated. That's gun control.

      Missouri Statute 571.070 (8/28/2007) says that it is unlawful for a felon or adjudged incompetent Person to have possession of any firearm (including concealable firearms). Violation of this law is a class C felony.[3]

      Missouri Law Exempts the possession of antique firearms, as defined in 18 U.S.C. Section 921, from the provision that specifies a person commits the crime of unlawful possession of a firearm if he or she is a convicted felon possessing a firearm.[3]

      Missouri Statute 571.121 (8/28/2007) says (a) you have to carry permit with you when you carry the concealed weapon and if you don't have it with you, it is not a crime, but you can be fined up to $35, and (b) director of revenue issues a driver's license or a state I.D. with a CCW endorsement that reflects that you can carry concealed.

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