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New York law requires gun owners with domestic-violence misdemeanors to surrender their firearms

New York law requires gun owners with domestic-violence misdemeanors to surrender their firearms Federal law already prohibits those with a criminal record from obtaining firearms, but a newly passed law in New York aims to expand that to include people who had had domestic violence convictions. The new bill, which New York lawmakers have just recently approved along with the state’s new budget, [more]

President Trump to ban all rifle bump stocks and similar automatic-fire accessories

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Youth groups now calling for action and gun control following Parkland shooting

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January 2018 NICS data reveals continuing drop in background checks and gun sales

January 2018 NICS data reveals continuing drop in background checks and gun sales The FBI has recently released the official FBI NICS Background Check data for January 2018 and it looks like the country's gun sales are continuing its steady decline. According to the recently published data, estimated firearms sales last month fell by 8 percent. Dealers across the country managed to process [more]

FBI orders ATF agents to retrieve 4,000 guns from prohibited users

FBI orders ATF agents to retrieve 4,000 guns from prohibited users The Federal Bureau of Investigation has reportedly sent a request for agents of the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco Firearms and Explosives to retrieve more than 4,000 firearms that were purchased last year. The guns to be confiscated are from owners who should have been prohibited from acquiring them in the [more]

US Air Force failed to report Sutherland Springs shooter's conviction to FBI

US Air Force failed to report Sutherland Springs shooter's conviction to FBI The United States Air Force has announced that it has already launched an investigation to find out why the criminal records for Devin Patrick Kelly, the shooter who killed 26 church-goers in Sutherland Springs, weren't forwarded to the FBI National Instant Criminal Background Check System. According to application forms acquired [more]



Missouri Background Check and Gun Laws

Peaceable journey and RV law 
 
Missouri has a "peaceable journey" under Missouri Statutes 571.030 which law says it is legal to carry the weapon in a passenger compartment of a vehicle as long as (1) the concealable firearm is otherwise lawfully possessed, (2) the person is 21 or older, or (3) the person is in his dwelling unit (e.g. RV) or upon premises over which the person has possession/authority/control, or is traveling in a continuous journey peaceably through this state.
 
The same applies (it is not a crime) when the person is 21 and possesses an exposed firearm for the lawful pursuit of game.
 
Open carry
 
Missouri does allow open carry of firearms for those age 21 or older. However, city, county, and municipalities are allowed to pass laws and ordinances restricting this. It is advisable to check local laws and ordinances before openly carrying a firearm within Missouri.
 
Concealed carry
 
Missouri Statute 571.070 (8/28/2007) says that unlawful for a felon (also a drunkard, drug user and adjudged incompetent Person) to have possession of any firearm (including concealable firearms). Violation of this law is a class C felony.
 
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's 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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