Minnesota Shall Issue Must Inform Officer Immediately: NO

MN Weapons Law
Last Updated: 6/23/18
(b) Notwithstanding paragraph (a), no license or permit from another state is valid in this state if the holder is
or becomes prohibited by law from possessing a firearm.

(c) Any sheriff or police chief may file a petition under subdivision 12 seeking an order suspending or
revoking an out-of-state permit holder’s authority to carry a pistol in this state on the grounds set forth in
subdivision 6, paragraph (a), clause (3). An order shall only be issued if the petitioner meets the burden of
proof and criteria set forth in subdivision 12. If the court denies the petition, the court must award the permit
holder reasonable costs and expenses including attorney fees. The petition may be filed in any county in the
state where a person holding a license or permit from another state can be found.

(d) The commissioner must, when necessary, execute reciprocity agreements regarding carry permits with
jurisdictions whose carry permits are recognized under paragraph (a).
How to Apply for a Permit
Residents can print off an application and then take it to the Sheriff of the county they reside in.
What are the requirements for getting a permit to carry?
 Must be at least 21 years of age
 Must complete an application form
 Must not be prohibited from possessing a firearm under Minnesota Statute 624.714
 Must not be listed in the criminal gang investigation system
 Must be a resident of the county from which you are requesting a permit, if you reside in Minnesota.
Non-residents may apply to any Minnesota county sheriff.
 Must provide certificate of completed authorized firearms training. Training by a certified instructor
and completed within one year of an original or renewal application. (624.714, Subd. 2a)
Permit is valid for a period of 5 years.
Additional training is required to renew.

Non-Resident Permits
624.714 Subd. 2. Where Application Made; Authority to Issue Permit; Criteria; Scope. (a)
Applications by Minnesota residents for permits to carry shall be made to the county sheriff where the
applicant resides. Nonresidents, as defined in section 171.01, subdivision 42, may apply to any sheriff.
Sheriff will give you the application and info you need. Must be 21 Years of age.

Places Off-Limits Even With a Permit/License
 a public or private elementary, middle, or secondary school building and its improved grounds,
whether leased or owned by the school;
 a child care center licensed under chapter 245A during the period children are present and
participating in a child care program;
 the area within a school bus when that bus is being used by a school to transport one or more
elementary, middle, or secondary school students to and from school-related activities, including
curricular, co-curricular, non curricular, extracurricular, and supplementary activities; and
 that portion of a building or facility under the temporary, exclusive control of a public or private
school, a school district, or an association of such entities where conspicuous signs are prominently
posted at each entrance that give actual notice to persons of the school-related use.
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 Private establishments – if posted or if personally requested to leave by the operator because that
establishment bans guns on premises.
 Places of employment, public or private, if employer restricts the carry or possession of firearms by
its employees.
 A public post secondary institution … may establish policies that restrict the carry or possession of
firearms by its students while on the institution’s property. … an employer or a post secondary
institution may not prohibit the lawful carry or possession of firearms in a parking facility or parking
area
 State correctional facilities or state hospitals and grounds (MN Statute 243.55)
 Any jail, lockup or correctional facility (MN Statute 641.165)
 In federal court facilities or other federal facilities (Title 18 U.S.C.§ 930)
Note: MN Court of Appeals ruled that Churches can ban firearms in the Buildings and Parking Areas.
See Court Decision Here.
609.66 Subd. 1g. Felony; Possession in Courthouse or Certain State Buildings.
(a) A person who commits either of the following acts is guilty of a felony and may be sentenced to
imprisonment for not more than five years or to payment of a fine of not more than $10,000, or both:
(1) possesses a dangerous weapon, ammunition, or explosives within any courthouse complex; or
(2) possesses a dangerous weapon, ammunition, or explosives in any state building within the Capitol
Area described in chapter 15B, other than the National Guard Armory.
(b) Unless a person is otherwise prohibited or restricted by other law to possess a dangerous weapon, this
subdivision does not apply to:
(1) licensed peace officers or military personnel who are performing official duties;
(2) persons who carry pistols according to the terms of a permit issued under section 624.714 and who so
notify the sheriff or the commissioner of public safety, as appropriate;
(3) persons who possess dangerous weapons for the purpose of display as demonstrative evidence during
testimony at a trial or hearing or exhibition in compliance with advance notice and safety guidelines
set by the sheriff or the commissioner of public safety; or
(4) persons who possess dangerous weapons in a courthouse complex with the express consent of the
county sheriff or who possess dangerous weapons in a state building with the express consent of the
commissioner of public safety.
(c) For purposes of this subdivision, the issuance of a permit to carry under section 624.714 constitutes
notification of the commissioner of public safety as required under paragraph (b), clause (2).
Note: Courthouse complexes. … Be advised that in the majority of Minnesota judicial districts, judges
have issued Court Orders banning carry in their courts, the provisions of 609.66 not withstanding. This has
been held to cover any contiguous areas under the same roof as the courthouse such as adjoining county
departments, libraries, etc. It does mean that someone who gave notification can only be charged with
contempt of court, not a felony; but be prepared to be stopped, frisked and expelled from the building if you
are found carrying. Here is the relevant document for the 4th Judicial District, which includes Hennepin
County and the city of Minneapolis as of 2008.
You can carry on school property under the following:
609.66 Dangerous Weapons.
Subd. 1d.Possession on school property; penalty.
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(a) Except as provided under paragraphs (d) and (f), whoever possesses, stores, or keeps a dangerous weapon
while knowingly on school property is guilty of a felony and may be sentenced to imprisonment for not more
than five years or to payment of a fine of not more than $10,000, or both.
(4) “school property” means:
(i) a public or private elementary, middle, or secondary school building and its improved grounds,
whether leased or owned by the school;
(ii) a child care center licensed under chapter 245A during the period children are present and
participating in a child care program;
(iii) the area within a school bus when that bus is being used by a school to transport one or more
elementary, middle, or secondary school students to and from school-related activities, including
curricular, cocurricular, noncurricular, extracurricular, and supplementary activities; and
(iv) that portion of a building or facility under the temporary, exclusive control of a public or private
school, a school district, or an association of such entities where conspicuous signs are prominently
posted at each entrance that give actual notice to persons of the school-related use.
(f) This subdivision does not apply to:
(1) active licensed peace officers;
(2) military personnel or students participating in military training, who are on-duty, performing official
duties;
(3) persons authorized to carry a pistol under section 624.714 while in a motor vehicle or outside of a
motor vehicle to directly place a firearm in, or retrieve it from, the trunk or rear area of the vehicle;
(4) persons who keep or store in a motor vehicle pistols in accordance with section 624.714 or 624.715 or
other firearms in accordance with section 97B.045;
From MN DPS FAQs.
Q. Can my landlord restrict me from carrying or possessing firearms on residence premises?
A. Landlords may not restrict the lawful carry or possession of firearms by tenants or their guests.

Do “No Gun Signs” Have the Force of Law?
“NO” 624.714 Subd. 17 Code for Gun Signs in BusinessState of Minnesota in Court of Appeals A07-131
Edina Community Lutheran Church, Respondent, Unity Church of St. Paul, Respondent, vs. State of
Minnesota, Appellant.
Even after making a reasonable request that guns not be brought onto the premises, and even if that
request complies precisely with the terms of the statute, the owner or operator of a private
establishment must also order a person who refuses to comply to leave the premises, before that
person can be prosecuted for petty misdemeanor trespass. Minn. Stat. § 624.714, subd. 17(a). In
addition, the gun possessed by the trespasser is not subject to forfeiture. Id.; cf. Minn. Stat. § 609.531,
subds. 1(b), 4 (2006) (weapons subject to forfeiture).
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“Handgunlaw.us highly recommends that you not enter a place that is posted “No Firearms” no matter what
the state laws read/mean on signage. We recommend you print out the No Guns = No Money Cards and
give one to the owner of the establishment that has the signage.” As responsible gun owners and upholders of
the 2nd Amendment we should also honor the rights of property owners to control their own property even if
we disagree with them.”
With the Court of Appeals Ruling above “No Firearm” signs in Minnesota have no force of law unless they
are posted on property that is specifically mentioned in State Law as being off limits to those with a
Permit/License to Carry. If you are in a place not specifically mentioned in the law that is posted and they
ask you to leave, you must leave. If you refuse to leave then you are breaking the law and can be charged
with a petty misdemeanor (which in MN is not considered to be a criminal offense). Even if the property is
not posted and you are asked to leave you must leave. Always be aware of the possibility that responding
Police Officers who may have been called without your knowledge and may not know the laws on trespass
etc. could arrest you even if you are within the law.
Parking Lot Storage Law
624.714 Subd. 18. Employers; Public Colleges and Universities.
(a) An employer, whether public or private, may establish policies that restrict the carry or possession of
firearms by its employees while acting in the course and scope of employment. Employment related civil
sanctions may be invoked for a violation.
(b) A public postsecondary institution regulated under chapter 136F or 137 may establish policies that
restrict the carry or possession of firearms by its students while on the institution’s property. Academic
sanctions may be invoked for a violation.
(c) Notwithstanding paragraphs (a) and (b), an employer or a postsecondary institution may not prohibit the
lawful carry or possession of firearms in a parking facility or parking area.
Must Inform Officer Immediately on Contact By Law?
“NO”
624.714 Subd. 1b.
(a) The holder of a permit to carry must have the permit card and a driver’s license, state identification card,
or other government-issued photo identification in immediate possession at all times when carrying a pistol
and must display the permit card and identification document upon lawful demand by a peace officer, as
defined in section 626.84, subdivision 1. A violation of this paragraph is a petty misdemeanor. The fine for a
first offense must not exceed $25. Notwithstanding section 609.531, a firearm carried in violation of this
paragraph is not subject to forfeiture.
Carry In State Parks//WMA/Road Side Rest Areas & St. /Nat. Forests
Carry Allowed in these Areas:
State Parks: YES State Park Rules
State/National Forests: YES State Forest Rules
Natural Areas: YES DNR Rules On Natural Areas
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State WMA’s: YES Minnesota General Hunting Regulations
Road Side Rest Areas: YES per MSP
RV/Car Carry Without a Permit/License
You can not carry any loaded firearm in any vehicle without a Valid Permit/License.
624.714 Carrying Of Weapons Without Permit; Penalties.
Subd. 9 A permit to carry is not required of a person:
(5) to transport a pistol in a motor vehicle, snowmobile or boat if the pistol is unloaded, contained in a
closed and fastened case, gunbox, or securely tied package.
97B.045 Transportation of Firearms.
Subdivision 1. Restrictions. A person may not transport a firearm in a motor vehicle unless the
firearm is:
(1) unloaded and in a gun case expressly made to contain a firearm, and the case fully encloses the firearm
by being zipped, snapped, buckled, tied, or otherwise fastened, and without any portion of the firearm
exposed;
(2) unloaded and in the closed trunk of a motor vehicle; or
(3) a handgun carried in compliance with sections 624.714 and 624.715.
Subd. 3. Exceptions; Hunting and Shooting Ranges.
(a) Notwithstanding provisions to the contrary under this chapter, a person may transport an unloaded,
uncased firearm, excluding a pistol as defined in paragraph (b), in a motor vehicle while at a shooting range,
as defined under section 87A.01, subdivision 3, where the person has received permission from the lawful
owner or possessor to discharge firearms; lawfully hunting on private or public land; or travelling to or from
a site the person intends to hunt lawfully that day or has hunted lawfully that day, unless:
(1) within Anoka, Hennepin, or Ramsey County;
(2) within the boundaries of a home rule charter or statutory city with a population of 2,500 or more;
(3) on school grounds; or
(4) otherwise restricted under section 97A.091, 97B.081, or 97B.086.
Note: Here is a synopsis for carrying a firearm in a vehicle by the Research Department of the Minnesota
House of Representatives.
Open Carry (Without a Valid Permit/License)
Open Carry is legal but you must have a valid permit/license to carry to Open Carry in Minnesota. Places as
listed in the “Places Off Limits” above apply to those who open carry. See the “RV/Car Carry Without a
Permit” section for carrying in a vehicle.

The state preempts all firearm laws in the state and local authorities can’t have Laws/Ordinances against
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open carry. Remember that if you enter any property and the owner/responsible person ask you to leave you
must leave. Failure to leave can result in Trespass Charges.
In some states Open Carry is forbidden in places where those with a valid permit/license can carry. This is
not the last word on Open Carry in this state. Check at www.opencarry.org or go to Google and type in
State Name Open Carry or Open Carry State Name for a search for open carry info in this state. Check with
the State’s RKBA Organization/s. Also see “Attorney General Opinions/Court Cases” Section for any
written opinions/Cases on Open Carry.
State Preemption
471.633
The legislature preempts all authority of a home rule charter or statutory city including a city of the first
class, county, town, municipal corporation, or other governmental subdivision, or any of their
instrumentality’s, to regulate firearms, ammunition, or their respective components to the complete exclusion
of any order, ordinance or regulation by them except that:
(a) a governmental subdivision may regulate the discharge of firearms; and
(b) a governmental subdivision may adopt regulations identical to state law. Local regulation inconsistent
with this section is void. History: 1985 c 144 s 1
624.717 Local regulation..
Sections 624.711 to 624.716 shall be construed to supersede municipal or county regulation of the carrying
or possessing of pistols and the regulation of Saturday Night Special Pistols. History:1975 c 378 s 7; 1985 c 144 s 3
Deadly Force Laws
Minnesota Statutes 2003
Chapter 609

609.06 Authorized use of force.
609.065 Justifiable taking of life.
609.066 Authorized use of deadly force by peace officers.
Knife Laws State/Cities

To access State/Local Knife Laws Click “Here”

Carry in Restaurants That Serve Alcohol
YES
Note: A “YES” above means you can carry into places like described below. “NO” means you can’t.
Handgunlaw.us definition of “Restaurant Carry” is carry in a restaurant that serves alcohol. Places
like Friday’s or Red Lobster unless posted with “No Gun Signs.” This may or may not mean the bar
or the bar area of a restaurant. But you can carry your firearm into a restaurant that serves alcohol
and sit and eat without consuming. Handgunlaw.us recommends you not sit at the Bar or in the Bar
area of such restaurants. In some states it is illegal to be in the Bar area of such restaurants.
Handgunlaw.us believes you should never consume alcohol when carrying your firearm. In some
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states it is illegal to take even one drink while carrying a firearm. If you want further info on carrying
in places that serve alcohol check your state laws.
Chemical Sprays/Stun Gun/Higher Capacity Magazine Laws
Chemical Sprays & Electric Weapons
624.731 Tear Gas and Tear Gas Compounds; Electronic Incapacitation Devices.
Subdivision 1.Definitions. For the purposes of this section:
(1) “authorized tear gas compound” means a lachrymator or any substance composed of a mixture of a
lachrymator including chloroacetophenone, alpha-chloroacetophenone; phenylchloromethylketone,
orthochlorobenzalmalononitrile or oleoresin capsicum, commonly known as tear gas; and
(2) “electronic incapacitation device” means a portable device which is designed or intended by the
manufacturer to be used, offensively or defensively, to temporarily immobilize or incapacitate persons by
means of electric pulse or current, including devices operating by means of carbon dioxide propellant.
“Electronic incapacitation device” does not include cattle prods, electric fences, or other electric devices
when used in agricultural, animal husbandry, or food production activities.
Subd. 2. Authorized Possession; Use.
(a) A person may possess and use an authorized tear gas compound in the exercise of reasonable force in
defense of the person or the person’s property only if it is propelled from an aerosol container, labeled with
or accompanied by clearly written instructions as to its use and the dangers involved in its use, and dated to
indicate its anticipated useful life.
(b) A person may possess and use an electronic incapacitation device in the exercise of reasonable force in
defense of the person or the person’s property only if the electronic incapacitation device is labeled with or
accompanied by clearly written instructions as to its use and the dangers involved in its use.
Subd. 3.Prohibited possession; use.
(a) No person under the age of 16 may possess or use an authorized tear gas compound except by written
permission of a parent or guardian, and no person under the age of 18 may possess or use an electronic
incapacitation device.
(d) No person shall possess or use tear gas or a tear gas compound other than an authorized tear gas
compound.
LEOSA State Information
Minnesota LEOSA Info
See the LEOSA Section on the USA Page at Handgunlaw.us for more LEOSA Information.
Attorney General Opinions/Court Cases
 Minnesota AG – Supreme Court on Self-Defense
 Minnesota Ct of Appeals – Churches Can Ban Firearms In their Parking Lots
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Airport Carry/Misc. Information
Airport Carry: No law found
Training Valid for: 624.714 Subd. 2a. Within One Year of the Date, Original Or Renewal Application.
Time Period to Establish Residency: Upon obtaining a Minnesota Drivers License/ID
Minimum Age for Permit/License: 21
Permit/License Info Public Information: NO
State Reciprocity/How They Honor Other States Statute: 624.714
State Fire arm Laws: 624.71 thru 624.74 & 609.66
State Deadly Force Laws: 609.06 thru 609.066
State Knife Laws: 609.66
Chemical/Electric Weapons Laws: 624.731
Body Armor Laws: No law found
Does Your Permit Cover Other Weapons Besides Firearms? NO 624.714
Is carrying of a Concealed Firearm with Permit/License
for Defensive Purposes Only While Hunting Legal? YES Except when Shining.

Notes
What Does MN Consider A Loaded Firearm?
MN Law says loaded or unloaded. They do define loaded when guns have to be stored away from children.
609.666 Negligent Storage of Firearms.
Subdivision 1.Definitions. For purposes of this section, the following words have the meanings given.
(a) “Firearm” means a device designed to be used as a weapon, from which is expelled a projectile by the
force of any explosion or force of combustion.
(b) “Child” means a person under the age of 18 years.
(c) “Loaded” means the firearm has ammunition in the chamber or magazine, if the magazine is in the
firearm, unless the firearm is incapable of being fired by a child who is likely to gain access to the firearm.
Subd. 2.Access to firearms. A person is guilty of a gross misdemeanor who negligently stores or leaves a
loaded firearm in a location where the person knows, or reasonably should know, that a child is likely to gain
access, unless reasonable action is taken to secure the firearm against access by the child.
Subd. 3.Limitations. Subdivision 2 does not apply to a child’s access to firearms that was obtained as a
result of an unlawful entry.
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State Emergency Powers
624.7192 Authority to Seize and Confiscate Firearms.

(a) This section applies only during the effective period of a state of emergency proclaimed by the governor
relating to a public disorder or disaster.
(b) A peace officer who is acting in the lawful discharge of the officer’s official duties without a warrant may
disarm a lawfully detained individual only temporarily and only if the officer reasonably believes it is
immediately necessary for the protection of the officer or another individual. Before releasing the individual,
the peace officer must return to the individual any seized firearms and ammunition, and components thereof,
any firearms accessories and ammunition reloading equipment and supplies, and any other personal weapons
taken from the individual, unless the officer: (1) takes the individual into physical custody for engaging in
criminal activity or for observation pursuant to section 253B.05, subdivision 2; or (2) seizes the items as
evidence pursuant to an investigation for the commission of the crime for which the individual was arrested.
(c) Notwithstanding any other law to the contrary, no governmental unit, government official, government
employee, peace officer, or other person or body acting under governmental authority or color of law may
undertake any of the following actions with regard to any firearms and ammunition, and components thereof;
any firearms accessories and ammunition reloading equipment and supplies; and any other personal
weapons:
(1) prohibit, regulate, or curtail the otherwise lawful possession, carrying, transportation, transfer,
defensive use, or other lawful use of any of these items;
(2) seize, commandeer, or confiscate any of these items in any manner, except as expressly authorized in
paragraph (b);
(3) suspend or revoke a valid permit issued pursuant to section 624.7131 or 624.714, except as expressly
authorized in those sections; or
(4) close or limit the operating hours of businesses that lawfully sell or service any of these items, unless
such closing or limitation of hours applies equally to all forms of commerce.
(d) No provision of law relating to a public disorder or disaster emergency proclamation by the governor or
any other governmental or quasi-governmental official, including but not limited to emergency management
powers pursuant to chapters 9 and 12, shall be construed as authorizing the governor or any other
governmental or quasi-governmental official of this state or any of its political subdivisions acting at the
direction of the governor or another official to act in violation of this paragraph or paragraphs (b) and (c).
(e)(1) An individual aggrieved by a violation of this section may seek relief in an action at law or in equity or
in any other proper proceeding for damages, injunctive relief, or other appropriate redress against a
person who commits or causes the commission of this violation. Venue must be in the district court
having jurisdiction over the county in which the aggrieved individual resides or in which the violation
occurred.
(2) In addition to any other remedy available at law or in equity, an individual aggrieved by the seizure or
confiscation of an item listed in paragraph (c) in violation of this section may make application for the
immediate return of the items to the office of the clerk of court for the county in which the items were
seized and, except as provided in paragraph (b), the court must order the immediate return of the items
by the seizing or confiscating governmental office and that office’s employed officials.
(3) In an action or proceeding to enforce this section, the court must award the prevailing plaintiff
reasonable court costs and expenses, including attorney fees. History: 2015 c 65 art 3 s 34
Powers, Duties of Governor and Local Organizations (Edited for Space Considerations)
12.21 Governor. Subdivision 1.General Authority.
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The governor (1) has general direction and control of emergency management, (2) may carry out the
provisions of this chapter, and (3) during a national security emergency declared as existing under section
12.31, during the existence of an energy supply emergency as declared under section 216C.15, or during the
existence of an emergency resulting from an incident at a nuclear power plant that poses a radiological or
other health hazard, may assume direct operational control over all or any part of the emergency
management functions within this state.
Subd. 3.Specific Authority.
In performing duties under this chapter and to effect its policy and purpose, the governor may:
(7) cooperate with the president and the heads of the armed forces, the Emergency Management Agency of
the United States and other appropriate federal officers and agencies, and with the officers and agencies of
other states in matters pertaining to the emergency management of the state and nation, including the
direction or control of:
(i) emergency preparedness drills and exercises;
(ii) warnings and signals for drills or actual emergencies and the mechanical devices to be used in
connection with them;
(iii) shutting off water mains, gas mains, electric power connections and the suspension of all other
utility services;
(iv) the conduct of persons in the state, including entrance or exit from any stricken or threatened
public place, occupancy of facilities, and the movement and cessation of movement of pedestrians,
vehicular traffic, and all forms of private and public transportation during, prior, and subsequent to
drills or actual emergencies;
(v) public meetings or gatherings; and
(vi) the evacuation, reception, and sheltering of persons;
12.32 Governor’s Orders and Rules, Effect.
Orders and rules promulgated by the governor under authority of section 12.21, subdivision 3, clause (1),
when approved by the Executive Council and filed in the Office of the Secretary of State, have, during a
national security emergency, peacetime emergency, or energy supply emergency, the full force and effect of
law. Rules and ordinances of any agency or political subdivision of the state inconsistent with the provisions
of this chapter or with any order or rule having the force and effect of law issued under the authority of this
chapter, is suspended during the period of time and to the extent that the emergency exists.
Note: Federal Law can apply if the state is receiving monetary and/or other assistance from the Federal
Government. See US Code 42-5207 for Federal Law as it applies to States of Emergencies. The state quoted
code may also not be all of the law on Emergency Powers held by the state. You should read the entire code
on Emergency Powers etc for this state by following the link to the state code
Minimum Age for Possessing and Transporting of Handguns.
Minnesota 18 Y/O Minn. Stat. 624.713
This is the minimum age for possessing and transporting a handgun unloaded and secured in a vehicle
without any type of permit/license to carry firearms.
Note: In some states Possession and Transportation CAN be very restrictive in that you can ONLY
possess and transport a handgun to and from a Shooting Range, Gun Shop, property you own or other
places you can legally possess a handgun. Some states do not have this restriction.
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This is not the last word on possession and transporting of handguns in this, or any other state. Study your
state law further for more information. See “RV/Car Carry” Section Above for more information.
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Updates to this Page
Archive of Previous Updates 2
1/1/17 – Minnesota No Longer Honors, Arkansas, Ohio, Oklahoma and Tennessee Permit/Licenses to Carry. Those States Still
Honor MN as They Honor All Other States. Missouri Added as Permitless Carry State to List of States Under Map at Top of Page.
2/8/17 – All Links Checked and Repaired if Needed.
2/24/17 – New Hampshire Added as Permitless Carry State to List of States Under Map at Top of Page.
8/20/17 – All Links Checked.
11/24/17 – DNR FAQ Link Added to Links Sections. Carry in St Parks/WMS/St./Nat Forests/Rest Areas Updated.
2/10/18 – All Links Checked.
3/21/18 – Minnesota Now Honors West Virginia. MN No Longer Honors Nevada. Permits This St. Honors Section Updated.
6/23/18 – All Links Checked.