How To Choose Shooting Accessories In Missouri

Shooting Accessories Missouri MO

In choosing the right target shooting gloves in Missouri it is an important first step in becoming a competitive shooter. Although shooting gloves are usually used by competitive shooters they are also excellent for anyone shooting on a regular basis or large number of rounds. The proper fitting shooting glove that you choose can directly influence the scores you attain. Some things to consider while choosing your first pair of shooting gloves, the first is to choose between open and closed finder gloves. We prefer the open trigger finger design of shooting glove as it split the difference between the full finger shooting gloves and the all open finger shooting gloves. The trigger finger is the one open finger on these gloves, and the remaining 4 fingers are closed. This allows the shooter to feel the pressure on the trigger, while offering protection to the remaining fingers and thumb.

As part of any shooters list of shooting accessories in Missouri we recommend at a minimum; Shooting glasses, a spotting scope, shooting gloves, a multi-tool, a shooting bag, ear protection, a small first aid kit, target tape, gun cleaning supplies, and hand sanitizer, and a small hand towel. For more on Shooting Accessories see our on-line store. 

The State Constitutional Provision of Missouri states: “That the right of every citizen to keep and bear arms in defense of his home, person and property, or when lawfully summoned in aid of the civil power, shall not be questioned; but this shall not justify the wearing of concealed weapons."

In a shocking turn of events it was discovered that not only has Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon now admitted that he lied about submitting the names of concealed carry license holders to the federal government, but there’s a paper trail to prove it. New evidence proves that Nixon, a Democrat, had not only ordered his administration to submit the lists, but that DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano personally thanked him for doing so in a letter. 

The Missouri state legislature has spoken out, and is taking action against the Governor; “This is a Senate Remonstrance against the Governor for the release by the Department of Revenue and the Department of Public Safety of personal protected information which has been publicly admitted by the departments.”

The Missouri governor had previously announced that the Show-Me state would “no longer scan or retain” concealed-carry weapon certificates, following a public outcry after it was discovered that the state had been submitting the names of concealed carry weapons to the federal government.

In a statement from the Missouri Sheriff’s association: “Missouri Sheriffs share in the concerns of the Senate Appropriations Committee about the release of carry conceal weapons permit holders personal information. Local Sheriffs are charged by statute with the duty of processing applications, gathering background information and ultimately issuing the conceal carry certificate. In doing so, we are entrusted with individual personal information. We have a duty, as Sheriffs, to hold that information to the strict standards of the law and the constitution in protecting the citizens we were elected to serve.”

At the next election it will be up to the voters if they want a new Governor, one that will not sell out their privacy to the Feds!

Missouri's concealed carry law provides recognition of concealed weapons endorsements from every state that issues them. A complete list of all reciprocity states and their accompanying laws can be found on our HOME page of US Precision Defense. 

Missouri moved with great strides towards becoming one of the friendlier states for gun rights in the country recently. The Missouri House voted 118-36 to pass a bill which would nullify federal gun laws, it also clarified existing law and now allows for open carry of legal firearms in the state and also allows for carry by school officials under certain circumstances.

In regards to the school officials carrying on school property, Fox News reported the following; It would allow appointed “protection officers” to carry concealed weapons as long as they have a valid permit and register with the state Department of Public Safety. The officers would also be required to complete a training course.

If only other states would adopt similar laws our schools would be so much safer!

February 2013, State lawmaker Mike Leara has introduced a bill that would make proposing any legislation that restricts or limits gun rights a Class D felony. He is defending the Second Amendment by trying to ban any new attempts at gun control in Missouri. Leara is honest about the proposed bill’s chances: He doesn’t believe it will pass. “I filed HB 633 as a matter of principle and as a statement in defense of the Second Amendment rights of all Missourians,”

At least he is standing up for his convictions and for the US Constitution. This is what a politician is SUPPOSED to do. Stand up for what is right….

April, 2013; the Missouri House of Representatives passed HB 436, the "Second Amendment Preservation Act," by an overwhelming (and veto-proof) bipartisan margin of 115-41. Representative Doug Funderburk (R-St. Peters), sponsor of HB 436, was not interested in half measures when he drafted the bill. The Second Amendment Preservation Act would invalidate any federal legislation that infringes on the Second Amendment's protection of the right to keep and bear arms.

Missouri is one of a growing number of states passing similar laws as they have felt they had no alternative as the Federal Government was NOT standing up for the second amendment and has been on the path of eroding states’ rights. 

US Precision Defense is a supporter of the Second Amendment, everything on our website is in support of gun rights and the shooting sports.