This is a discussion on CCW Process within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I imagine most every state is different in it's applying for CCW, but as most of you know, Kansas has decided to allow CCW in ...
July 1st, 2006 10:05 PM
I imagine most every state is different in it's applying for CCW, but as most of you know, Kansas has decided to allow CCW in the near future.
Now I am not looking for specifics, but I am curious what the general process getting a CCW is. How does one apply for CCW? What are the typical tests and classes? ect.
Once again, thanks in advance.
Edit: Apparently I cannot spell today or I wouldnt of screwed up my thread title. Sorry about that! haha.
July 1st, 2006 10:18 PM
BTW - Welcome, and congrats on Kansas CCW! Grew up near Salina too.
Check the Kansas Secretary of State's website - the State Attorney Generals' too, as well as the Department of Safety or KHP. I am not familiar with the administrative process in Kansas, but one of those will probably administer part of the process, or be able to guide you to the right place.
Try this too:
Here's that specific page:
Kansas Concealed Carry Document Updates
The official application will be available online or at your County Sheriff's Office on and after July 1, 2006.
Process for filling out an application for a Concealed Carry License On-line:
1. Click on the button below to go to the on-line application.
2. Fill in the blanks with the requested information on page one. Click Continue
3. On Page 2 answer Yes or No to each of the questions asked. Click Continue
4. On Page 3 verify your information and your answers to the questions. Click Continue
5. Read Page 4 and Agree or Disagree after reading the information on the page.
6. On page 5 click View Application
7. On Page 6 you will see your official application with your information.
8. Print the Application.
9. Take your application form, a 2"x2" picture, a copy of your training certificate and your payment to your County Sheriff's Office.
Click Here to review the Temporary Regulations governing Kansas Concealed Carry. *This recommended reading
for trainers and applicants alike.*
Click Here to view the Frequently Asked Questions about Kansas Concealed Carry.
Click Here to view a preliminary list of those individuals who are Certified Concealed Carry Trainers.
Click Here to view a review copy of the Concealed Carry Application.
Last edited by Rock and Glock; July 1st, 2006 at 10:24 PM.
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July 1st, 2006 10:25 PM
Wow... Now thats a detailed answer. Thanks alot! :)
July 1st, 2006 11:04 PM
Glad to see some useful info came along
Edited your title
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July 2nd, 2006 11:11 AM
You might check out http://www.ksconcealedcarry.com
There are some training classes posted there for us kansans.
July 2nd, 2006 11:26 AM
In AZ, we just go to the local range and take the 8hr class ($80). Then they give you the paperwork (you enclose $65) and then you send it to DPS. The permit took about a month.
July 2nd, 2006 11:56 AM
First - THANKS to you Kansans for Winning back your RIGHTS ,
and joining the rest of the "Free World"
I can only suggest that you use the interim to Practice for your
written test AND shooting Qual.
Also - start looking for a certified course/instructor asap.
-SIG , it's What's for Dinner-
know your rights!
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July 2nd, 2006 12:52 PM
Good luck with the pursuit of your CCW permit...
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"...be water, my friend."
July 2nd, 2006 02:45 PM
Once again, thank you all. And thanks for fixing my thread title, P95Carry. :)
July 2nd, 2006 11:58 PM
Sounds like you got all the specs for KS. Here in TN, the license is under the authority of Dept. of Safety.
Here's how I did mine:
1). Pick up the application at a driver's testing station.
2). Sign up for the next permit class at my favorite range.
3). Attend the req'd class (about 4 hours long) and take the common sense quiz.
4). Go down to the range and qualify with 48 rounds (anything in the black on the silhouette counts as a hit - 70% needed to pass).
5). Take training certificate, application, birth certificate and $114 back to driver's testing station. Wait around for 2 hours until they call my number.
6). Have typical mug shot quality pic taken.
7). Go back home and wait for the permit to come in the mail (about three weeks).
If the KS course is like everyone else's I talked with, you'll breeze through it.
July 3rd, 2006 10:58 AM
I am glad you are looking into KS ccw. The more the better. BTW-I stopped for gas in Salina once and they were the nicest people.
July 3rd, 2006 11:07 AM
Find an authorized instructor--Must be NRA certified or Law enforcement. Not sure of the LEO requirements, NRA class is the Basic Pistol, with a bit of extra. Must be 12 hours total, with at least 2 hours range time. No mandatory accuracy, instructor's judgement.
My instructor provided applications, photo, completion certificate. Take the certificate to the Sherrif's office (either your home county, or any adjoining county) where you get fingerprinted and photographed. Some counties are walk-in, others require appointments.
Wait. They have up to 45 days to issue, if they take longer they have to issue a temporary emergency permit. Varies greatly by county--My home county averages 39 days, state average is about 19.
Sherrif's office will call, pick up the permit.
July 6th, 2006 04:29 PM
There are still some good people around here, no doubt.
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