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    Well, here's the deal. I've had my Arkansas CHL for 8+ years as if that matters. Kansas recognizes my permit for CC. The girlfriend and I may be moving to the KC area this summer. Olathe, Lawrence, etc. I understand that I must be a resident for six months before I could apply for a Kansas permit, and if the laws don't change, my Arkansas permit should suffice through that period of time. Now...the open carry deal......can I do this in Kansas before I get my Kansas permit with my out of state Arkansas permit for CC? Any links would be appreciated.

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    if its legal in the city you are in you can open carry (without CCW) I live in Olathe and OC everyday, I have seasoned the cop here about the laws so it should be less awkward to OC here, I made a OC map for KC

    http://opencarry.mywowbb.com/forum24/23672.html

    it covers KS and MO sides of KC

    Thats my 2 cents hope it helps

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    Thanks. That helps tremendously. Maybe I'll see you this summer. My girlfriend seems to like Lawrence better, but she has family in Olathe.

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    I live 12 miles from Lawrence, in the county. Lawrence is a unique liberal community, it has nice shopping, and lots of things to do if you want to. As large as it is, it has a hometown atmosphere, I think because of KU. Go to the farmer's market, and other festivities and see what you think. Make a list of pros and cons between the two cities. I have been to Olathe a few times, it just doesn't have the atmosphere that Lawrence does. I know lots of folks that work in Topeka, or Kansas City, but live in Lawrence.

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