It is illegal to carry a concealed firearm without a permit. But even with a permit, it is illegal to carry weapons in some locations. You may not carry a firearm in or on:
(Miss. Ann. Code § 45-9-101(13).)Type your paragraph here.
Penalties for Gun Carry Violations
The following sections explain who may not have a gun, and the circumstances or situations when carrying a gun is illegal.
Situations or Circumstances Where Carrying a Gun is Illegal
Open and Concealed Carry in the State of Mississippi
People Who May Not Carry a Gun in Mississippi
Penalties for carrying a concealed firearm without a permit in Mississippi include a fine of at least $100 (and up to $500), up to six months in jail, or both. A second conviction can incur at least 30 days (and up to six months) in jail, or both; and a third or subsequent offense incurs at least one year (and up to five years) in prison. (Miss. Ann. Code § 97-37-1.)
Mississippi protects the right to bear arms under Article 3, Section 12 of the state constitution, but this does not mean that everyone may carry a gun, or that you may always carry a gun wherever you like. Mississippi requires a license to carry a concealed weapon on (or near) you body; unless you are on your own property, or at your place of business. (Miss. Ann. Code § 45-9-101.)
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The following individuals are prohibited from carrying a weapon in Mississippi.
(Miss. Ann. Code § 45-9-101.)