Today, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt announced that Pennsylvania will start to recognize a Kansas concealed carry license (CCL). This recognition will allow Kansas residents who have obtained a CCL to carry a concealed firearm for self-defense while traveling through or visiting the Keystone State.
Kansas already recognizes all valid out-of-state concealed carry permits through the enactment of Senate Bill 21 earlier this year. However, this marks the 31st state to recognize a Kansas CCL. Permit holders must comply with the laws that apply in every state they are traveling.
For a complete list of states that recognize the Kansas CCL, please visit the Attorney General’s website at www.ag.ks.gov.