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    Hi to all,

    I am brand new to the forum today and have found some very interesting information and am the new biggest fan. I am however, looking for some clarification. If anyone can help me with it, it would be greatly appreciated. My company recently moved me from michigan to missouri to run a store for them that no one else would take. It is apparently in a bad neighboorhood. (troost and linwood in Kansas City MO) I am unable to apply for a CCW until I have been a resident for 6 months, and I didn't get a CCW in michigan, as I lived inthe country, and open carry there was not an issue. My understanding is that I CAN OPEN CARRY a sidearm legally untill my 6 months is up. Is there anyone with some knowledge about how this is generally accepted in kansas city (where I work) or Independence (where I live)? Thanks for any help you can give me!!

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    Welcome MMDK,

    If you go back and read some of the previous post, you will find links to research this and perhaps something listed for Independence. I will tell you that North KC has an Ordinance against it.


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    Shawn

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    Yeah I searched through the posts and didn't find anything specific about independence. I found the post about it being illegal to carry in north kansas city, but being new, I don't really know where north kansas city is. Any one have a definition of "north kansas city" (i.e. north of i-70 or etc.) would be very helpful. thanks!!

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    mmdkyoung123 wrote:
    Yeah I searched through the posts and didn't find anything specific about independence. I found the post about it being illegal to carry in north kansas city, but being new, I don't really know where north kansas city is. Any one have a definition of "north kansas city" (i.e. north of i-70 or etc.) would be very helpful. thanks!!
    Sorry about that...some post have been removed. Here is the link: http://www.municode.com/resources/co...asp?stateID=25 You are good to go, if the code is still good fromJune 11, 2007.

    Here are some other links also: http://www.bpcnet.com/codes.htm

    http://codes.sullivanpublications.com/codes%2Dslp/

    Also, North Kansas City is "North" of Kansas City.





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    Thanks for all the help shawn. I verified that the codes are still good.and now that I know where north kansas city is, I will make sure not to go into it. THANKS AGAIN!!!

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    NKC is a community north of the river and often is a nickname for other suburbs such as Riverside, Gladstone, and Antioch.

    OC in KC, MO is okay according to information I have gathered. The store address you gave isKC, MO city limits.

    Also,if you meet qualifications to lawfully possess a handgun then you can have one concealed anywhere in your vehicle (21 yrs and older, I think) in the state of MO (on your person or otherwise). But don't get out of the vehicle with it on you unless you do get a CCW permit orare on your own property or store property (as a manager maybe you can give yourself that permission).

    Also, you might be able to get a FL CCW permit earlier than waiting 6 months to get the MO CCW; but it won't be good in KS when you have to go there.

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