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    jeff county OC

    i am trying to find citys of jefferson county, mainly house springs and burns mill but i cant find any ordinances or city websites.

    anyone know?

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    some info

    Quote Originally Posted by kylemoul View Post
    i am trying to find city's of Jefferson county, mainly house springs and burns mill but i cant find any ordinances or city websites.

    anyone know?
    Per Wiki House Springs is un-incorporated so it can't legally make it's own firearms laws.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/House_Springs,_Missouri

    Here is Byrnes Mills website.
    http://byrnesmill.org/index.html

    I can't find any listing for it's ordinances there or on Muni codes or Sullivans list. I would wager they have not gone digital yet. on the police page is the contact info for their chief of police if you are so inclined to ask him where to get a copy of the regs for Byrnes Mill.

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    As far as I can find, Jefferson County, MO. has no codes or ordinances online regarding carrying weapons in any capacity (open / concealed). http://www.jeffcomo.org/Codes.aspx?nodeID=Codes

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    ha...i mispelled byrns mill for some reason no wonder i couldnt find it.

    i fugured as much because in jeff county you can shoot firearms on your property and they have almost no gun laws, but still had to ask.

    so i am guessing unincorperated areas of a county would go by state laws?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kylemoul View Post
    so i am guessing unincorporated areas of a county would go by state laws?
    Just like cities and towns, the state gives every county the power to restrict OC. As long as the county doesn't have any laws that restrict OC, You are on the state standards.

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    forgive my dumbness...

    so unincorp communities would fall under the county's laws, and as long as the county itself has no laws you are ok?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kylemoul View Post
    forgive my dumbness...

    so unincorp communities would fall under the county's laws, and as long as the county itself has no laws you are ok?
    Correct The State's law says that you a community has to incorporate to have the authority to their own codes and ordinances governing Open Carry.

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