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Missouri HB 210 - Firearm Transfers

No person shall sell or otherwise transfer a firearm, including through online interactions, unless:

(1) Such person is a licensed dealer;
(2) The purchaser or transferee is a licensed dealer; or
(3) The sale or transfer satisfies the requirements of subsection 2 or 3 of this section

If neither party to a firearms transaction is a licensed dealer, the parties may have a licensed dealer facilitate the sale or transfer. A licensedd ealer shall process the sale or other transfer as if the licensed dealer is the seller or transferor. The licensed dealer shall comply with all requirements of federal, state, and local law that would apply if he or she we re the seller or transferor of the firearm. The licensed dealer shall conduct a background check on the purchaser or transfe re e in accordance with 18 U.S.C. Section 922(t) and other state and local law and, if the transaction is not prohibited, deliver the firearm to the purchaser or transferee after all legal requirements are satisfied. The licensed dealer may require the purchaser or transferee to pay a fee up to but not to exceed twenty-five dollars for administrative costs incurred by the licensed dealer and pay other fees pursuant to federal, state, and local law
Missouri HB 87 - No Fly No Buy

571.060. 1. A person commits the offense of unlawful transfer of weapons if he or she:
(4) Knowingly sells, leases, loans, gives away, or delivers a firearm to any person whose name appears on the Terrorist Screening Center’s no fly list; or

(5) Knowingly sells, leases, loans, gives away, or delivers a firearm to any person who is a member of a group of two or more individuals, regardless if organized, that engages in or has a subgroup that engages in international or domestic terrorism.
Missouri HB 90 - Gun Violence Study

The department of public safety shall commission a study on gun violence in the state. The study shall include an examination of evidence and research that could be used to develop laws aimed at decreasing deaths and injuries from firearms.

The director of the department of public safety shall appoint an oversight review committee to oversee and review the results of such study.

On or before January 1, 2021, the ove rsight review committee shall submit a report of its findings to the general assembly. The department may collaborate with the department of health and senior services or any other public or private entity in conducting the study required under this section.
— Section A, Chapter 319.520