Constitutional Carry is Now Legal in Kansas [VIDEO]

July 2 2015
by GSL Staff
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Constitutional carry (aka no permit needed to carry a gun) is now the law of the land in the state of Kansas. The law went into effect yesterday.

According to local media reports:

“More good people will have guns, and I think it will deter the bad people from robbing people,” said Ken Nagle of Gardner.

Others say not requiring training is not safe and is a public health hazard. They also say it will be hard to know if someone has a gun on them.

“If I walk into a restaurant with my family with my 2 1/2-year-old son, I won’t know who has been properly trained and who has not,” said Rep. John Wilson, a Lawrence Democrat. “At least if I see their gun I can leave, but now I have no idea.”

Kansas joins several other states that already have constitutional carry laws on the books and several others have currently pending legislation.

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