Finally, a common sense gun law.
As of July 1, gun owners in Kansas will no longer need a license in order to exercise their second amendment rights. Kansas is the 5th state to pass a law like this.
It seems like the “powers that be” are finally waking up to the fact that responsible gun owners are NOT the problem and should not be published for exercising their natural rights.
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The National Rifle Association says Kansas joins Alaska, Arizona, Vermont and Wyoming in having such a policy. The NRA says Montana and Arkansas have concealed carry without a permit, but not everywhere.
Kansas still will issue permits for gun owners who want to carry concealed in other states that recognize Kansas permits. A person seeking a Kansas permit must undergo eight hours of firearms training.
Brownback said gun owners have shown they are responsible.
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