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Old September 27, 2012, 03:07 PM   #9
TheNocturnus
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I have begun to wonder something...given the way the law is worded about having to have the safety on if you have one. Does that open people up in KS to be stopped to make sure they're complying with that portion of the law?
Maybe. I would imagine that if an Officer spotted someone OC'ing they may or may not approach them and strike up a conversation and question them about a safety. I would think that it would be within the officer's legal right to do so since it is a law.

I think it's a silly addendum to the law as there are several guns that do not have a safety at all. Glocks come to mind first and they are carried by a lot of people, myself included.
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