Kansas is just one of a handful of states that have figured out our 2A had it covered when it gave us the right to keep and bare arms. As of July 1, 2015, Kansas residents will no longer need a permit to carry in the state. It will still issue permits to residents who need them to carry in other states, however.
FOX News reported, today, Governor, Sam Brownback, signed a bill into law on Thursday, that allows resident to carry within the state of Kansas without a permit.
The National Rifle Association says Kansas joins Alaska, Arizona, Vermont and Wyoming in having such a policy. The NRA says Montana and Arkansas have concealed carry without a permit, but not everywhere.
Those wishing to obtain a permit will still have to undergo 8 hours of firearms training.