I just heard something that may be of interest to people with out of state CCW permits or those considering it. I don't know. I'm just passing on what I was told. But my source is a local LEO. Does he know what he's talking about? Don't know. Again, just passing it along. Here in Missouri, there are a number of gun laws at the state level that restrict and or ban guns in certain locations. For instance, within so much distance of a public school. Missouri's CCW law has wording that specifically covers these cases. In other words, if you have a valid Missouri CCW permit you are exempt from some of these restrictions. But although Missouri recognizes out of state permits, those out of state permits do not gain the benefit of those exemptions. Specifically again, I was told that if you are carrying and you drive down a road that passes a school and you happen to get stopped in the school zone, if you have a Missouri CCW permit you are fine. But if you have an out of state permit, you are still subject to arrest for violating a state no gun zone. Again, I don't know, just passing on what I was told. Personally, it sounds a bit wishy washy. But I thought I'd run it up the flag pole and see who salutes it. Even if its a one finger salute.