Online concealed carry courses do not satisfy legal requirements to obtain a concealed carry license in Kansas, attorney general David Schmidt reports.
Schmidt’s office became aware of advertising offering online concealed carry courses that appear to be marketed to Kansans, but to qualify for a Kansas concealed carry license, Kansans must complete a training program as outlined by Kansas law.
All training classes must meet certain minimum criteria, which include, among other minimum requirements, a live-fire demonstration of handgun proficiency.
A list of certified instructors can be found at www.ag.ks.gov. Questions may be directed to attorney general’s concealed carry licensing unit at (785) 291-3765.