Kansas lawmakers eye lower concealed carry age


The Missouri State Senate will soon decide if they think the minimum age to apply for and receive a concealed carry permit should be lowered to 18. 

 The House passed a bill that would make the change, and also require applicants to take one concealed-carry training course. 

 Right now, Missouri has concealed carry for residents 21 and older, with an exception for 18-year-olds in the military.

 Several states, like Alabama and Montana, already have 18-year-old concealed carry laws. 

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