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6 years 42 weeks ago, 2:30 PM

Navairvet

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Kansas Gun Owner

US Navy vet, 1951-1955, NTC-San Diego; NATTC Memphis, NAS Jacksonville, Fla.; NAS San Diego; Tenn; NAS Agana, Guam. Married, two middle aged children, four grandchildren, one great-grandson. Took first place with M-1 rifle in boot camp rifle range in boot-camp in San Diego. I own a High-Standard Double-Nine which I purchased in 1957. I am a strong Second Amendment supporter. My state, Kansas, recently passed a concealed carry law over our gun control governor's veto

The gun that won the west wasn't registered
6 years 42 weeks ago, 3:03 PM

Reaper308

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how are missouri laws? since you live in shawnee mission do you need a different ccw permit if you cross state line? does missouri allow ccw?

"Proelium Comminus Auctoritate" "Sometimes the light at the end of the tunnel is a muzzle flash."
6 years 42 weeks ago, 5:13 PM

Navairvet

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Both Kansas and Missouri now have concealed carry laws and both honor concealed carry permits from each other. I am seriously considering applying for a concealed carry permit in Kansas.

The gun that won the west wasn't registered
6 years 42 weeks ago, 10:10 PM

sarge225

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I like the idea...register criminals, not guns!

6 years 42 weeks ago, 9:12 PM

silvergryfon

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register criminals

I like the idea of a national register for criminals. Also thought that they should be branded on the forehead with the crime they committed; ie: murderer, rapist, arsonist. You get the point. With this national database you could just check the person out on it and if they aren't on it they get to purchase a gun. Seems simple to me.

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