Cost of CCW in Kansas and other states
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  1. Cost of CCW in Kansas and other states

    Hey guys, I would like to get an idea of what a Kansas carry permit total cost is. Can anyone help me out? Also, I am interested in hearing about the cost of other states' permit. Thanks.

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    Not sure about Kansas but Texas charges way more than they should at $140/4yr and $70 for renewals.
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  4. Concealed Carry - Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt

    For new applications or those which have permanently expired, you must attach two money orders, cashier’s
    checks or personal checks:
    One for $100 ($50 if retired law enforcement) payable to “Office of the Attorney General;” and
    one for $32.50 ($25 if retired law enforcement) payable to “Sheriff of _______________County.”

    Plus you also have to take an 8 hour Concealed Carry course. They cost anywhere from $60.00 to $150.00.
    Plus you have to pay the DMV $16.00 once you have the authorization from the AG that you can have your CCL. Then you get in you actual license in about 2 weeks after that.

    All said and told it took 95 days to receive mine in the mail after the fingerprinting at the Sheriff's office and the AG sending me the approval letter(which took the longest) then the trip to the DMV.


    The completed renewal application must include a current 2x2 inch color photo of the licensee and a check in the amount of $25.00 made payable to the Kansas Attorney General.
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