Washington State Drops AR, KS, MS and MO.

Washington State Drops AR, KS, MS and MO.

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    Washington State Drops AR, KS, MS and MO.

    Washington state Attorney General updated his reciprocity listing on their website today. Missing from the list of states they honor are Arkansas, Kansas, Mississippi and Missouri. Concealed Weapon Reciprocity | Washington State If you go to the link you will see the listing and if you scroll down the page you will see the reasons given for not honoring those states. AR, MO and MS because they issue to those under 21. I don’t understand their Kansas reason and hoping they are just reading Kansas law wrong. Kansas honors all other states permit licenses. Washington is stating their reason for not honoring Kansas. “Does not recognize WA CPL in a meaningful way as will only recognize if holder is KS resident.” Handgunlaw.us will be updated late this evening to reflect those changes listed above.
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    MS says: Their loss
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    They must be miss reading it as 01 July 2015 Washington residents can carry concealed in Kansas CPL or not. (Unless I am reading KS law incorrectly) IANL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Slider View Post
    Washington state Attorney General updated his reciprocity listing on their website today. Missing from the list of states they honor are Arkansas, Kansas, Mississippi and Missouri. Concealed Weapon Reciprocity | Washington State If you go to the link you will see the listing and if you scroll down the page you will see the reasons given for not honoring those states. AR, MO and MS because they issue to those under 21. I don’t understand their Kansas reason and hoping they are just reading Kansas law wrong. Kansas honors all other states permit licenses. Washington is stating their reason for not honoring Kansas. “Does not recognize WA CPL in a meaningful way as will only recognize if holder is KS resident.” Handgunlaw.us will be updated late this evening to reflect those changes listed above.
    Sounds about right from the left coast.
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    The reason for not honoring Arkansas is stated as being because Arkansas issues licenses to persons under 21. This is untrue. I just checked the Arkansas State Police website and it states that an applicant must be at least 21 years of age.

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    “Residents” in the Military or Honorably Discharged from the military may apply at 18 in Arkansas.
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    Thanks for the info and resource of handgunlaw.us

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