Kansas Allows Sale of CL III Weapons to Civilians!!!

Kansas Allows Sale of CL III Weapons to Civilians!!!

This is a discussion on Kansas Allows Sale of CL III Weapons to Civilians!!! within the The Second Amendment & Gun Legislation Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Absolutely outstanding news!!!! Got this from the NRA-ILA today via email: Kansas Governor Signs Two Pro-Gun Bills into Law! Please Thank the Governor Today -- ...

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    Kansas Allows Sale of CL III Weapons to Civilians!!!

    Absolutely outstanding news!!!! Got this from the NRA-ILA today via email:

    Kansas Governor Signs Two Pro-Gun Bills into Law!

    Please Thank the Governor Today -- this is really ironic as she vetoed the last two bills regarding concealed carry that came before her for signature and was soundly over-ridden.

    Today, Monday, April 21, Governor Kathleen Sebelius (D) signed two important pro-gun bills into law.

    The first, House Bill 2280, will protect law-abiding gun owners’ right to bear arms, and would prevent the confiscation of firearms during a state of emergency, such as occurred following Hurricane Katrina and after the tornado devastation in Greensburg.

    Also signed was Senate Bill 46, legislation that will allow Kansas firearm retailers, manufacturers, importers and citizens qualified under the National Firearms Act to sell, manufacture, import and own NFA firearms.

    Special thanks to State Representatives Candy Ruff (D-40), Richard Carlson (R-61), Dennis McKinney (D-116), Mike Burgess (R-51), Arlen Siegfreid (R-15), Majority Leader Ray Merrick (R-27), State Senators Phil Journey (R-26), Terry Bruce (R-34), and Dennis Wilson (R-37) for their individual efforts to get these important bills enacted.

    Please contact the Governor TODAY and thank her for signing HB2280 and SB46. Governor Sebelius can be reached by phone at 1-877-579-6757 or locally at 785-296-3232. You can also email her by clicking here.
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    Wow! Is she up for re-election?

    Congrats!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rock and Glock View Post
    Wow! Is she up for re-election?

    Congrats!
    No, thank goodness...she's about as anti-2a as one can get. She is a die-hard supporter of Obama and is wrangling for either a cabinet position or the VP slot should he get the nomination.

    I think the NRA's "thank the Governor" quip is quite ironic. She vetoed the last two bills involving concealed carry and was decisively over-ridden.

    She had to either veto or sign...Kansas has no pocket veto, from the day the bill hit her desk, she had 10 days to act. If she did nothing, it woudl became law without her signature.
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    Whatever. I'm looking up the job market in Kansas tomorrow!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cupcake View Post
    Whatever. I'm looking up the job market in Kansas tomorrow!
    It's amazing, 2 yrs ago, we didn't really have a hope of all of this coming to pass. Now, we've had concealed carry for a little over a year, and now this!!! What a country!
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    I don't understand what this means... so now you can finally own pre '86 Class III weapons?

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    I don't understand what this means... so now you can finally own pre '86 Class III weapons?
    Yes, in addition to suppressors and SBS. SBR and DD have always been legal. I believe "machine guns" have been outlawed since the 30's so this is great news. Now I just need to decide if I want to put a can on my AR or 16" FAL. I think the FAL.

    Yes, the governess is a real...well I won't say it here. She signed it because it had a solid veto-proof majority, more-so than even the CCW bills that she vetoed.

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    Amazing! Congrats to all you jayhawkers. I should have stayed in Kansas.

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    I am dancing for joy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by madengr View Post
    Yes, in addition to suppressors and SBS. SBR and DD have always been legal. I believe "machine guns" have been outlawed since the 30's so this is great news. Now I just need to decide if I want to put a can on my AR or 16" FAL. I think the FAL.
    Well then congrats, Kansas!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cupcake View Post
    Whatever. I'm looking up the job market in Kansas tomorrow!
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    I moved from Kansas in 2006,Kathleen Sebelius is totally against concealed carry but like other people have pointed out if a bill has a majority vote she can't veto it,in other words the citisens have spoken.I am totally surprised they passed a law to allow residents to purchase select fire weapons,The only thing better than that would be the feds dropping the pre 86 prerequisite and allow for new purchases at dealer prices,wait a minute i couldn't afford to keep it fed
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    Quote Originally Posted by ICTsnub View Post
    Can you build an airplane? Better yet, can you sell cars?
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    Building an airplane is on my to-do list, but just one. I'd hate to do it for a living... I can operate the power plant for the factory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cupcake View Post
    Building an airplane is on my to-do list, but just one. I'd hate to do it for a living... I can operate the power plant for the factory.
    Built over 3000 of them, had my fill. Oddly enough, our fine governess banned a new power plant this session.

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