Road Trip!!!

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    Road Trip!!!

    Goin on a road trip soon and was hoping I could get some links to state CC laws for the following states; Oklahoma, Kansas, and Colorado. Or if not allowed to CC that would be nice to know. Thanks
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    ^^Always use that site when traveling.

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    OK is no problem, just don't bring it inside a publicly owned rest stop.

    Kansas is OK if the recognize your license. Don't know about Colorado.

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    Office of the Kansas Attorney General - Concealed Carry

    Here's the straight poop for Kansas.

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    Well looks like I'll be OK except for Kansas (they dont recognize my state). Funny thing about it is my state does reconize Kansas..... So I will be avoiding Kansas.

    Thanks a ton on the help everyone....
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    Quote Originally Posted by yzcrasher View Post
    Well looks like I'll be OK except for Kansas (they dont recognize my state). Funny thing about it is my state does reconize Kansas..... So I will be avoiding Kansas.

    Thanks a ton on the help everyone....
    Look again, you are Texas right? You should be good to go in Kansas.

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    If you pass threw Colorado Springs, shoot me an email. I'll let you buy me a beer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ICTsnub View Post
    Look again, you are Texas right? You should be good to go in Kansas.
    It is misleading I know.. I live in Texas but have my permit in Idaho (have houses in both states).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sixgunner View Post
    If you pass threw Colorado Springs, shoot me an email. I'll let you buy me a beer.
    Just might take ya up on that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yzcrasher View Post
    Just might take ya up on that.
    Careful, there is an awful lot of us on the I-25 corridor that may take you up on that. You may run out of gas money for the trip home.
    Sticks

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    Try Pack and Go...
    Pack-N-Go Carry Concealed Trip Planner

    ALWAYS CALL AHEAD TO VERIFY, but the site is useful and allows you to enter your home base permit and then any non-resident permits to plan your trip.
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    TX should be OK in Kansas

    Quote Originally Posted by ICTsnub View Post
    Look again, you are Texas right? You should be good to go in Kansas.
    Agreed. I researched this about 5 weeks ago.

    OP should triple check it for himself though and not take my word for it.

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    I thought this was a cool one as well

    Pack-N-Go Carry Concealed Trip Planner

    Sorry, It was already posted previously
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