At least two bills have been submitted to the state legislature to slash the price of concealed carry permits in the Magnolia State with the support of Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves (R).
Currently, Mississippi charges $132 for new permits including the cost of fingerprinting done by the Mississippi Bureau of Investigation and $82 for renewals every four years. Under a pair of bills entered into the state Senate, this would decline by at least $20 for new permits and $10 for re-ups.
The state’s lieutenant governor concurs with this figure.