This is a discussion on Waiting in Kansas. within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Turned everything in on June 1st. Prior to that (May 30th), the Class was very informative, especially the Legal parts (lawyer/pistol marksman talked for about ...
Turned everything in on June 1st. Prior to that (May 30th), the Class was very informative, especially the Legal parts (lawyer/pistol marksman talked for about 4 solid hours, and the time just flew by). Hope I never have to use it. Glock 23 will be my CC, 99% of the time. Also have a S&W 431 (.32 cal), which I think will become my wifes CC of choice.
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Congrats on joining us Kansans' on the march to 20,000 CHLs.
I'm not a lawyer or a LEO, just a pantload with a computer.
Congrats... let us know how your Walmart walk goes too. June 1.... then about Aug 1 you ought to be going to the DL bureau, huh.
WElcome from Ohio.
We can't stop here...this is bat country.
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Yep be whatching the mail box about the 25 of July through about the 5 of Aug and then you can head for the DL office.
Congrats and welcome to the CCW family!
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I am in the process of moving to Kansas from Texas. What are the shooting qualifications for the class and license?
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jvanwink, 8-hour class. Most of class (at least the one I attended) was devoted to the Law, and Scenarios. The shooting qualifications were a total of 25 rounds, minimum of 18 within the required retangle (fairly large rectangle), from three different ranges (5 shots at 3 yards, single handed.......10 shots at 7 yards and 10 yards, two handed, 5 shots then reload for 5 more shots). Safety stressed. All passed (17 in my class), with a few AT 18 shots.
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jvanwink, If you can put aqll 25 in a 8" paper plate you won't have any issues with the shooting part. Get your KS. DL. as quickly as you can there is a 6 month waiting period to est. residence. If you have an out of state Non Residence License from someplace that KS. recodnises then you'll be ok until you can get your KS.
Welcome aboard Tom, I'm in SW Kansas also. If you haven't already done so check out KSCCW.com, great people there also with some more "local" information. Enjoy the waiting, practice as much as possible and continue to practice after you get your permit. Unless you have some land or know someone that does, there are not many shooting ranges in our area. I've joined the Fort Larned Arms Association, Fort Larned Arms Association • Index page, nice range, easy to get to, reasonable price, and they have defensive pistol shooting events once a month.
For all you Kansas folks, the wait for your permit is going to be closer to the 90 day maximum. I sent my paperwork in on April 15, and still haven't received anything. Background check was completed May 5th.
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