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Can carry in Kansas again

Discussion in 'Legal' started by harrygunner, Jul 1, 2009.

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  1. harrygunner

    harrygunner Member

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    Effective today, July 1, 2009, non-resident permit holders of recognized states can carry legally in Kansas.

    http://www.ksag.org/content/page/id/90

    For about a two week period in 2007, non-resident Florida permit holders could carry in Kansas, but the then new AG (who later left office in disgrace) imposed restrictions that were reversed today.

    Thank you Steve Six (current Kansas AG).
     
  2. proud2deviate

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    Cool. Thanks for posting this[​IMG]
     
  3. Colt Smith

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    Yippie! At least I can carry in the great state of Kansas. I have a License to carry in my socialist home state of NY but due to "reasonable" local restrictions, "right to carry" is pretty much a cruel joke.
     
  4. Pramunitus

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    I have it on good authority (from an Kansas Assistant AG who served both AGs) that former AG Kline meant for non-resident permits held by Florida (and other) licensees to be invalid, but his (Kline's) pending exit caused the temporary (short-term) oversight.

    Coincidentally, I was in Kansas when recognition was initially extended to Florida, and now have just returned from Kansas again when recognition was restored for non-Florida licensees. It looks like Kansas will definitely move up the "visitation" ladder for this happy traveler!
     
  5. harrygunner

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    I'm often in the area south of KCMO right around State Line, a road where north bound traffic is in MO and south bound is in KS.

    One risks arrest getting a Starbucks or BBQ on the Kansas side of the street. Like this legal thing better.
     
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