Kansas Gun Humpers Can Now Openly Carry Guns In Public
As of today, the state of Kansas allows weapons to be openly carried in public, because we can never have enough guns. To gun humpers, “An armed society is a polite society” because a little crossfire never hurt anyone.
For the politicians who pass these laws, I wonder why weapons aren’t allowed to be carried right into their offices, but public buildings are exempt from the law.
According to KAKE, business owners can post signs prohibiting open-carry inside their establishments.
Those under the influence of drugs or alcohol are not allowed to openly carry a weapon and we totally believe that inebriated gun toting individuals will adhere to that rule because drunks are always cooperative and never angry. Angry drunks are just a myth.
Guns are not allowed in schools.
There are also other exceptions that include the size of the barrel of the gun.
Overland Park has allowed open carry for some time and it is rare to see someone carry a weapon openly.
The new law has mixed emotions. Some object to seeing someone toting a gun inside a restaurant or grocery store, saying it will cause fear. Others say it is legal and it is about people protecting themselves.
If you would like to print out a sign prohibiting someone from carrying a weapon inside your business, you can go to the Kansas Attorney General’s Office.
So signs are still legal then? That’s nice.
The incomparable @CarlaAkins did a bit of research on this because I’m a lazy git.Open Carry is legal for those without a valid permit/license: Individuals with criminal histories which include expunged felony offenses may now be eligible for licensure. Yay!
Representative Jim Howell, of Derby, authored HB 2578 and says, “The main part of that bill really is to create clarity in our gun laws.” I think it’s pretty clear that there is a bare minimum of “gun laws” in Kansas.
I can’t imagine what could go wrong.
H/T: Agnostic-God @ComgenKDT with thanks.