(TOPEKA, Kan.)—For the second month in a row, a record number of people apply for concealed carry permits in Kansas. Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt says his office received nearly 3,600 applications in February.
That beats the previous single month record from January with nearly 3,200 applications. The AG's office says it's working to keep up with the sharp spike in demand.
As of March first, Kansas has more than 53,000 active concealed carry permits.