Kansas Open Carry

Open carry is legal in Kansas even without an Kansas Concealed Carry License.

The minimum age to open carry in Kansas is 18 years of age.

You may carry openly in a car and on your person without a Kansas Concealed Carry License. [source]

You can find the list of places that are off-limits while carrying a firearm here.

For concealed carry information, visit our Kansas Concealed Carry page.

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