Kansas to honor non resident permits.

Kansas to honor non resident permits.

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    Kansas to honor non resident permits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ICTsnub View Post
    Let me be the first Kansan in this forum to say that we're proud of our AG! He "gets it".

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    Congrats on a GREAT AG!
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    ICT Snub you beat me to it:


    Kansas Attorney General Moves to Recognize

    'Non-Resident' Carry Permits

    Kansas Attorney General Steve Six today concluded that the State of Kansas will now recognize 'non-resident' right-to-carry permits issued by any of the 22 states already recognized.

    "NRA has maintained for years that language in the Kansas statute indicates that 'non-resident' right-to-carry permits should be recognized," said Chris W. Cox, NRA chief lobbyist. "This decision is a victory for gun owners as it expands right-to-carry laws and provides permit holders additional freedoms in Kansas to protect themselves and their families."

    At NRA's urging, Six re-evaluated the language and determined that the statute indeed supports 'non-resident' permit recognition. The training, safety and proficiency standards and process required by applicable states are equal to or greater than the standards imposed by Kansas, therefore, it is possible to extend recognition. States affected by this allowance include: Arizona, Florida, Minnesota, Nevada, New Jersey, South Carolina and Texas.

    "Right-to-carry laws decrease crime and this measure will continue to provide law-abiding people options to protect themselves," concluded Cox. "On behalf of NRA members and gun owners throughout the country, we'd like to thank Kansas Attorney General Steve Six for his support of our Second Amendment freedoms."
    Basically if you have a "non resident" license from a state that Kansas recognises, that you are not a resident of, you may now carry in Kansas, under that license
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    Quote Originally Posted by doctruptwn View Post
    ICT Snub you beat me to it
    But your cut and paste skills are superior.
    I'm not a lawyer or a LEO, just a pantload with a computer.

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    great....still no Utah recognition even though Utah recognizes Kansas

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    http://www.ksag.org/files/shared/Rec...20(7-1-09).pdf

    Here's the link.

    Bottom line; non-resident CCH licenses are recognized now from 7 additional states.
    Arizona, Minnesota, Nevada, New Jersey, Florida, So. Carolina and Texas.

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    It's about time. I'm not convinced that he "gets it," but at least I can now get a non-resident permit that will allow me to carry while visiting the in-laws.

    Now if I only didn't have to drive through Illinois. . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by vikingsfan View Post
    great....still no Utah recognition even though Utah recognizes Kansas
    And there won't be unless Kansas changes the law requiring live fire training or Utah starts requiring live fire training. One of the same reasons we don't recognize Wyoming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eagleks View Post
    http://www.ksag.org/files/shared/Rec...20(7-1-09).pdf

    Here's the link.

    Bottom line; non-resident CCH licenses are recognized now from 7 additional states.
    Arizona, Minnesota, Nevada, New Jersey, Florida, So. Carolina and Texas.
    Just a small clarification. They're not actually "additional" states. We already recognized permits from residents of those states. It's just that we now are going to start recognizing non-resident permits from those states and from any states that we already recognize that may begin issuing non-resident permits in the future. We are basically removing the requirement to be a resident of the issuing state if we recognize that state's license.

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    Cool, I can carry in Cabela's and don't have to lock it up when "clipping" the edge of the state.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vikingsfan View Post
    great....still no Utah recognition even though Utah recognizes Kansas
    Just like a drivers license, Utah recognizes everybody's permit! I wish more states would follow Utah's example.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SGT Jensen View Post
    Just like a drivers license, Utah recognizes everybody's permit! I wish more states would follow Utah's example.
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    New Jersey?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CowboyKen View Post
    New Jersey?

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