CCW Stays Losing In Kansas

Actually, this might be a good sign that people are feeling a bit more secure without packing heat.

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Between July 1, 2021, and June 30, 2022, AG Schmidt said his Concealed Carry Licensing Unit received a total of 4,544 new applications - down from 7,717 in FY2021.

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Kansas concealed carry application numbers decline in 2022

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - Recent legislative changes could account for a decline in concealed application numbers in Kansas for the most recent fiscal year. Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt says on Tuesday, Aug. 23, that the number of Kansans who apply for new concealed carry licenses declined in the recently concluded 2022 fiscal year.