The governor’s veto of Constitutional carry legislation in Missouri has been over-ridden. I think that makes Missouri the 11th state in the nation to enact such legislation. What it means to state citizens is that if they can legally own a firearm they can carry it concealed without obtaining a permit to do so. One of the major arguments of the law’s detractors was the lack of a training requirement. I fully understand that concern, and it does concern me too, but there are many poor and elderly people that simply could not afford the permit fees for a CCW license. Just because you are retired on a fixed income should not cause you to lose your right of self defense. Same for a single mom struggling to make ends meet. Perhaps her ex is violent and refuses to acknowledge her restraining order.
All in all I must agree with Jefferson: “I would rather be exposed to the inconveniences attending too much liberty than those attending too small a degree of it.” ~ Thomas Jefferson