MO

Currently there is no bumpstock, further age restrictions to purchase legislation on the books. Private firearm sales is at risk HB 1341. Things to keep your eye on  HB 1340.

Some progress

These bills have made it out of a House committee but have yet to be scheduled to appear on the House floor:

  • HB 1936, which would modify some of the laws relating to concealed carry.
  • HB 1326, which would allow for a tax deduction for the costs of firearms training or firearms safety courses.

Little progress

These bills have not yet made it out of a committee:

  • HB 1340, which would establish risk protection orders and gun violence seizure warrants, and sometimes prohibit certain people involved in domestic violence from possessing a firearm.
  • HB 1341, which would require all gun sales to be made through a licensed firearms dealer.
  • HB 1942, which would allow institutions of higher education to designate one or more faculty or staff members as a “campus protection officer.”
  • HB 2232, which establishes the Safe Schools Act, which would require schools authorizing employees to carry a concealed firearm to post a notice saying, “Under Missouri law, this school and its staff are authorized to meet threats to students safety with deadly force if necessary.” The law would also require schools that don’t authorize employees to carry to notify parents of that decision.

Failed

These bill do not appear to have an avenue to continue through the lawmaking process:

  • HB 1733, which would remove some provisions from the Missouri stand your ground law.
  • HB 1342, which would prohibit persons from selling, delivering, or transferring a firearm to a person under 18 years of age
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