In Missouri, any adult who is legally allowed to own a firearm under federal and state law may carry open or concealed. However, for those interested, a Missouri conceal and carry permit is available for residents. This permit provides coverage for individuals who would like to travel to states that have reciprocity with Missouri.
Regardless of state law, we believe that anyone interested in carrying a concealed weapon should invest time in a firearms safety course. If you are wondering “Where can I find in-person or online CCW classes near me?”, then Concealed Coalition’s concealed carry certification classes are your answer.
At the core of our training courses is firearm safety. Our training team emphasizes best practices for safe handling, storage, and accident prevention. By taking the time to learn responsible handling of firearms, our students go on to be safe and positive influences as Missouri conceal and carry permit holders in their communities.
Knowing your gun rights and state laws is a critical part of responsible firearm ownership as well. As a gun owner, you should have an understanding of how your rights translate across state lines. This is why our training courses cover not only the basics of firearm handling, but the legal aspects as well. Our trainers ensure that each course is state-specific and up-to-date, so you can feel confident knowing that you are receiving relevant training for where you live.
Here’s what some of our students said after taking our course on their journey to obtaining a Missouri carry permit:
“We recently moved to Missouri with a permit from a different state. Each state has specific requirements and laws germane to carrying a weapon. We found [the instructor] to be knowledgeable and easy-going with our small group. As the day progressed, he covered all aspects. Two thumbs up!” -Edwin H.
“I am new to the firearm experience. This course taught me many details that I desperately needed to know. Everyone who owns a firearm needs this course to improve their knowledge of properly handling a firearm. Thankful for the knowledge of our instructor and his patience to help keep us informed of our abilities of when to take actions and not to take control with the use of a firearm. Thanks to [my instructor].” -Curtis C.