Though I don't see why you'd as a law abiding person would need a federal license to but a gun unless it's a class III or something.
I thought it was funny that it says if you have a certain amount of drugs without a tax stamp your property would have a lien against it. Seems that Kansas doesn't really care if narcodics ruin lives, as long as the drug dealers are paying the state of Kansas tax money then the state seems fine with drugs ,)
I think it's just another way to tack on another offense when they get busted to lengthen jail time and collect $'s. I don't believe they are saying if you pay a drug tax on all your stash everythings fine and dandy.
I think you're right about selling just to the licensed guys. I would think they could do the same routine as going to a gun shop and buying one. Sometimes it just doesn't make sense
Elk have been killed close to roads where they could be loaded whole into the bed of a pickup. But it doesn't happen often and I'm not sure that is the experience that I long for. The type of elk hunting that I prefer requires rigorous physical exertion that can cripple someone who is not in shape. Being a college hockey player I have to be in at least fair physical condition most of the year but when one of my buddies got back from the Navy Seals he changed the way I think about physical...