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2 Kansas men 'collateral damage' in gun control dispute

 


WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — The unregistered gun silencers, each stamped "Made in Kansas, were arranged in a display case at a military surplus store in a rural Kansas town. Beside them was a copy of a Kansas gun law signed a year earlier by then-Gov. Sam Brownback that purports to prevent federal prosecution of anyone owning firearms made, sold and kept in Kansas.

Jeremy Kettler said he was skeptical when he saw the display in 2014, but Chanute store owner Shane Cox assured him that as long as the silencers didn't leave Kansas they were legal. Kettler, a disabled Army veteran with no serious cr...



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