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    section 571, 563

    hey all i saw a post on our opencarryinmo.com site about changes to mo 563 and 571 on the 28 does anyone know what is being changed??

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    Quote Originally Posted by opencarryinmo View Post
    hey all i saw a post on our opencarryinmo.com site about changes to mo 563 and 571 on the 28 does anyone know what is being changed??
    Here is a link to the entire text of the bill, as passed: http://www.house.mo.gov/billtracking...ly/HB1692T.htm

    And here is a link to the summary of the bill, as passed, for those that don't want to wade through the complete bill: http://house.mo.gov/print.aspx?info=...y/sHB1692T.htm

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    Hey thanks man. Good stuff to know.
    An individual should not choose the caliber, cartridge, and bullet that will kill an an animal when everything is right; rather, he should choose ones that will kill the most efficiently when everything goes wrong

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    AND FOR THOSE WHO DONT WANT TO SCAN THRU ALL THE REAL ESTATE JUNK IN THIS BILL HERE IS THE PART CONCERNING GUN LAW CHANGES

    (5) Specifies that an individual who owns or leases private
    property may use deadly force against a person who unlawfully
    enters, remains after unlawfully entering, or attempts to
    unlawfully enter the property. The owner or lessor of the
    private property does not have a duty to retreat from the
    property (Sections 563.011 and 563.031);

    (6) Specifies that a person commits the crime of unlawful use of
    weapons if he or she knowingly has a firearm or projectile weapon
    readily capable of lethal use on his or her person, while he or
    she is intoxicated, and handles or otherwise uses the firearm or
    projectile weapon in a negligent or unlawful manner or discharges
    the firearm or projectile weapon unless acting in self-defense.
    All prosecuting attorneys, assistant prosecuting attorneys,
    circuit attorneys, and assistant circuit attorneys who have
    completed the firearms safety training course required under
    Section 571.111 are exempt from the general prohibition on
    carrying concealed firearms and from certain other restrictions
    in Section 571.030 (Section 571.030);

    (7) Exempts the possession of an antique firearm from the
    provision that specifies a person commits the crime of unlawful
    possession of a firearm if he or she is a convicted felon
    possessing a firearm (Section 571.070); and

    (8) Allows the sheriff of the new jurisdiction of a person who
    has been issued a concealed carry endorsement to charge a
    processing fee of up to $10 for a change of address on the
    endorsement and a sheriff to charge a processing fee of up to $10
    to change the name on an endorsement (Sections 571.104 and
    571.107).

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