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2017 Proposed Missouri Gun Legislation
add this member to your buddy list   send a PM to this member   Posted December 19th, 2016 12:08 pm

dc dalton
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This thread will be updated on a regular basis when new bills come in for Missouri.

Note: We will only post legislation we feel is negative or positive, those new bills which don't actually effect your rights will not be included but you can always find them on the state legislation page.

To view proposed Missouri legislation click here

Starting off (prefiled):

HB96 would hold business owners that prohibit firearms to be responsible for the safety of patrons and would hold them liable if someone was hurt.

HB241 would outlaw the sale or transfer of firearms to anyone on the terrorist watch list

SB181 would require firearm owners to report lost or stolen firearms within 72 hours of discovery of the loss

SB89 would make it a crime if a child gets hold of an adults firearm

SB152 would require a 24 hour waiting period when purchasing a handgun from a dealer

HB185 would require all lost or stolen firearms to be reported to law enforcement within 72 hours

HB300 would make business owners responsible for the safety of their customers if they post a no guns sign on the property. The business owner would be liable for damages and attorney fees.

(if viewing before January 1, 2017 click on the 2017 tab at the top of the page)

add this member to your buddy list   send a PM to this member   Posted January 6th, 2017 12:59 pm

dc dalton
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New today:

HB362 would require all firearms to be secured with a lock or in a safe if there are children under 17 in the home

HB363 is a universal background check bill

HB364 would require anyone wishing to buy a firearm to first get a firearms purchase permit issued by the sheriff's department

HB365 would establish 'extreme risk protection orders' that can be filed with the court by anyone that would require firearms to be seized

HB366 is probably one of the dumbest bills we have ever seen. It would require anyone wishing to purchase a firearm to meet with a physician 72 hours prior to buying a gun to discuss 'physical, psychological, or situational factors, that may arise with the proposed firearm purchase' The bill also states you can not buy a firearm from a dealer that is closer then 120 miles from your home.

HB400 would remove the background check requirement when purchasing a firearm if the buyer has a concealed carry permit

add this member to your buddy list   send a PM to this member   Posted January 7th, 2017 03:07 pm

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New today HB458 would allow any legal firearm owner to store there firearm in a locked vehicle just about anywhere. It would also provide immunity from civil action to employers that have employees that store firearms in such a way.

add this member to your buddy list   send a PM to this member   Posted January 14th, 2017 01:00 pm

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New today HB593 would remove the restrictions for carrying a firearm for churches, schools and police stations but would also allow businesses to post property to ban firearms. It also states keeping a firearm in a vehicle on prohibited property is not a crime

add this member to your buddy list   send a PM to this member   Posted January 22nd, 2017 03:11 pm

dc dalton
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New this week:

HB630 would drastically change laws regarding carrying firearms by allowing authorized teachers and administrators to carry in schools, grants exceptions to anyone with a valid lifetime or extended concealed carry permit, allow storage of firearms in vehicles at most prohibited places and other related items

HB658 would require law enforcement to seize firearms openly visible or found by consent to search when answering a domestic call or when serving a protective order

add this member to your buddy list   send a PM to this member   Posted February 14th, 2017 05:32 pm

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New this week:

HB859 would create the second amendment preservation act that would attempt to nullify any new federal laws within the state's borders

HB853 would allow people to deduct up to $500 a year for firearm training and safety courses on their taxes

add this member to your buddy list   send a PM to this member   Posted February 19th, 2017 11:48 am

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New this week:

HB929 would repeal parts of the states stand your ground law

add this member to your buddy list   send a PM to this member   Posted March 3rd, 2017 12:24 pm

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New this week HB1068 would make anyone convicted of misdemeanor domestic violence or anyone subject to a restraining order prohibited

add this member to your buddy list   send a PM to this member   Posted May 30th, 2017 12:06 pm

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SB299 would make any business that prohibits firearms responsible for the safety of those who have a license to carry and can not. If someone is hurt they could sue the business.

2017 Proposed Missouri Gun Legislation