Show-Me Even More Gun Rights In Church & On Public Transit

And this leads us to the bigger question . . .


I'm betting something tasteful . . . Like a pearl-handled revolver with a shiny finish.

Meanwhile . . . Here's a peek at this session . . .

According to the bill’s summary, the law would repeal the state prohibition on carrying concealed firearms in churches and other places of worship for licensed concealed carry permit holders.

It would also lower the age requirement for concealed carry permits from 19 to 18 years old, make the permits easier for military service members to obtain, and allow concealed firearms on buses.

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Missouri House passes bill allowing concealed carry in places of worship, on public transportation

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KCTV) - A Missouri bill could allow guns in churches and other places of worship, as well as on public transportation. The state House of Representatives passed the bill earlier this week. Now, it heads to the Senate for a first reading.