Q: What if I misplace my driver’s license?
A: You must notify the sheriff within seven days of losing your driver’s license. The sheriff will issue a duplicate certificate of application. You must then present this duplicate to DOR to obtain a duplicate driver’s license with a concealed weapons endorsement.
Q: Can I obtain a separate ID card, so my driver’s license won’t show the concealed weapons endorsement?
A: Yes, you can. But, be aware that any law enforcement officer who checks your license through DOR will be notified you are authorized to carry a concealed weapon.
Q: What happens if a disqualifying fact is discovered after the endorsement is issued?
A: There are provisions for both the sheriff and the director of revenue to revoke a person’s endorsement. The courts will be responsible for reporting disqualifying judgments to DOR.
Q: Is the list of carrying concealed endorsement holders a public record?
A: No, it is private information. This information can be further restricted in the same manner as other driver information if the holder chooses to restrict it. However, as with other restricted listings, law enforcement will have access to that information.
Q. Is your training approved in my county?
Our instructors are certified and currently approved by Sheriffs in the Missouri counties of St. Charles, Jefferson, Lincoln, Warren and Franklin, St. Louis, and in the City of St. Louis. If your county is not listed, and you will be attending our Missouri Firearms Safety/CCW class for carry concealed weapons endorsement, let us know prior to your attending and we'll submit paperwork to your county Sheriff in Missouri for approval.
Q. Where can I find more information on Missouri's concealed weapons law?
A. The Missouri State Highway Patrol maintains the information you need on its web site: http://www.mshp.dps.mo.gov/MSHPWeb/Publications/Brochures/documents/SHP-863.pdf