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We’re winning

With a house override, Kansas now joins the clear majority of states by having a shall-issue handgun permit. We’re winning.

Kansas is now the 47th state to allow citizens to carry firearms. On July 1, 40 states will be shall-issue.

Update: Next stop, Nebraska.

9 Responses to “We’re winning”

  1. j.d. Says:

    Thanks for the coverage. Looks like I need to save my pennies now.

  2. Captain Holly Says:

    Quoth the Governor: Now I’m hopeful the Legislature turns its attention to its most important work, which is making sure all Kansas children attend quality schools”.

    Translation: “Please don’t make an issue of this in the next election”.

  3. anonymous Says:

    “We’re winning.”

    Um, no we’ve lost. Our RIGHT to own arms has been converted to a PRIVILEDGE. That’s not freedom.

  4. SayUncle Says:

    Um, no weve lost. Our RIGHT to own arms has been converted to a PRIVILEDGE. Thats not freedom.

    But it’s a decent step in the right direction.

  5. South Park Pundit » Blog Archive » Kansas Gets Concealed Carry Says:

    […] Congratulations. More at Say Uncle. […]

  6. Ravenwood Says:

    From the files of Guns Cause Crime: The more guns available, the more crimes will occur. — Sen. Gwen Howard of Omaha.

  7. Kevin Baker Says:

    They never give up on that one, do they? Even though it’s a well-proven falsehood.

    Just like the “blood in the streets!” mantra.

  8. Jay G Says:


    DE has a bill pending to change its status to “Shall Issue”. From peeps in the area, it stands a reasonable chance of passing. Strike while the iron is hot and all that…

    We can only hope…

  9. Wince and Nod Says:

    As a proud resident of Kansas I am now considering my many options. I like the idea of a front vest/jacket pocket carry cause I want to keep my hands in my pockets for a faster draw, for example. But what really bothers me is an etiquette question. I believe firmly in the rights of fellow property owners to forbid that I carry on their property. With open carry – which is not really a reasonable option in the suburbs of Kansas City – your friend who has invited you over for dinner can say “Whoa, pardner! Let’s check those guns at the door.” I can respect that choice, because I believe in property rights and the right of people to make mistakes. But how does it work with a concealed weapon?

    I suspect that it was etiquette that made our forefathers so hostile to concealed carry.


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