Posted February 27, 2015 9:05 am by Comments

By Bob Owens

A bill that would allow gun owners to carry a concealed weapon without a permit or mandatory training—almost universally known as “constitutional carry”—is gaining steam in Kansas. The bill passed the Kansas Senate, and is moving on to the House.

Constitutional carry is part of the expansion of concealed carry rights across the nation in recent years. While there are currently only a handful of states that allow the practice of carrying openly or concealed without a permit at this time, a number of states have constitutional carry bills in front of them, and it promises to be an issue on …read more

Via:: Bearing Arms

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