This is a discussion on Interesting dichotomy (sort of) within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Well, in a way - look at these two announcements from NRA-ILA - first off Kansas is still no carry (ok, does not include home ...
Well, in a way - look at these two announcements from NRA-ILA - first off Kansas is still no carry (ok, does not include home or business I expect) - but then we have the second item stating about reductions in 'duty to retreat' laws - including KS. Just seems a bit odd if KS has been so dead against carry!
Not that I am against such a change - far from it - it is needed.Push Is On Again In Kansas For Right-To-Carry
Kansas City Star
Kansas is one of only four states that offer no carry permits. Advocates say they hope election-year politics may change that.
http://www.kansascity.com/mld/kansas...l/13779281.htmNRA Pushes Dont Retreat
Kansas City Star
Lawmakers in Missouri, Kansas and 11 other states have introduced legislation this year stating that a person should have no duty to retreat before defending against an attack.
Chris - P95
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I wish the people in Kansas who want the CCWs lots of luck. As they will really need luck and a change in the powers who have kept them from getting their CCWs
Kansas is going to be a tough sell. As years ago Kansas held fast to their dry laws it was many years after other States allowed the sale of alcohol openly that Kansas would follow.