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Kansas Highway Patrol Selects EOTech EXPS2-0

Kansas Highway Patrol has awarded a $277,000 contact to EOTech for the purchase of the company’s EXPS2-0 holographic sights.

Vista Outdoor Raises Money for Fallen Law Enforcement

Vista Outdoor helped out the families of two fallen law-enforcement officers in Kansas City, raising more than $70,000.

Right to Hunt Amendments Pass Overwhelmingly in Kansas, Indiana

Voters in Kansas and Indiana elected to protect the right to hunt, fish and trap in their states by a wide margin.

Despite New Law, Kansas CCL Applications Continue Pace

Even though Kansas now allows residents to carry concealed firearms for personal protection without the need to obtain a permit or special training with the passage of Senate Bill 45 earlier this year, thousands of residents continue to opt for permits, according to figures released this week by the state Attorney General’s office.

Is Kansas the Most Second Amendment-Friendly State?

New state law voids Federal statutes at odds with the Second Amendment.

Permitless Carry Becomes Law in Kansas

Kansas joins a growing number of states that do not require residents to obtain permits in order to carry a concealed firearm.

Interest in Personal Protection Flourishes in America's Heartland

A pair of neighboring states located in the center of the country are representative of a national trend of law-abiding Americans acquiring permits to carry firearms for personal protection—and they appear to be doing so at a record-breaking pace.

Kansas: Comprehensive Pro-Gun Bill Signed into Law

Kansas has taken steps to further strengthen the state's commitment to Second Amendment rights with the passage of a gun-rights protection bill.

Record Number of Kansans Receive Concealed Carry Permits in 2013

The number of Sunflower State residents applying for concealed carry permits in 2013 exceeded the number in 2012 by half.

Kansas CCW Permit Applications Set Record Pace

In the fiscal year ending June 30, more Kansans applied for permits to carry concealed weapons for personal protection than in any year since the first permits were issued in 2007.

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