Depending on a judge's decision, Sheriffs' departments across the state are ready to issue conceal and carry applications tomorrow. Ann Hynek has the story.
Since the override, sheriffs' departments across Missouri have prepared applications for citizens wanting conceal and carry permits.
Executive director of the state's sheriffs' association Jim Vermeersch says they're ready.
Citizens must complete weapons training before they can fill out an application.
From the state Capitol, I'm Ann Hynek...
Date: October 10, 2003
By: Ann M. Hynek
State Capital Bureau
Sheriffs' departments are prepared to issue conceal and carry applications tomorrow, depending on a judge's decision.
Since the override for conceal and carry, many citizens across Missouri have called their local sheriffs' department.
Every sheriffs' department has prepared applications for citizens wanting permits.
Marco Tapia, executive director of the deputy sheriffs' association, says they're ready.
Citizens who want a permit must go through at least eight hours of weapons training before they can apply.
From the state Capitol, I'm Ann Hynek.