Questions about MO law

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    Questions about MO law

    Later this week I'll be carrying for the first time outside of my home. I will be taking a little trip to Missouri and thought this would be a good time to exercise my newly found right.

    I'm a little confused with MO law. I got this link (http://www.moga.state.mo.us/statutes...5710000107.HTM) from handgunlaws.us and I'm not sure what to make of the last paragraph. Does this mean that the no gun signs have no force of law in MO and that you would only have to leave if asked directly?

    If anyone who has taken the Missouri class could fill me in on what this means along with any other useful tips, I'd appreciate it.

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    No force of law for the businesses posting signs. You just have to leave.
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    Good deal. Thanks for the confirmation.

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    The people that wrote the law took care of us; automatic recognition of all CCWs issued by other states and the NO GUNS stickersí arenít worth the vinyl they are printed on. A business can ask you to leave for any number of reasons; only refusal to leave can result in legal ramifications, a trespass ticket and revocation of permit for multiple violations.

    Also no permit needed for car carry, can be any where in the car.

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    Well I'll add MO to the list of places that I will consider living after college. Seems like you guys did things right over there.

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    It's close. We still have the PTA (Permit To Acquire) mother may I buy a handgun tax and no lawsuit protection in a self defense case, but maybe soon?
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    I think the PTA is probably better than the FOID card, but I'm not really 100% sure of the details of the PTA.

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