It may be worth e-mailing the relevant authorities with a scan of the front page and if elsewhere within it relevant stalking condition on your FAC highlighted and asking of that is sufficient?Kansas recommends that you take your state's Hunter Education course. We accept certification from all states, Canadian provinces, Mexico and some other foreign countries.
I tried that for Montana (not for me but a friend as I am an old fart!) and they wouldn't accept it, but it might work for this or other states.I note this:
It may be worth e-mailing the relevant authorities with a scan of the front page and if elsewhere within it relevant stalking condition on your FAC highlighted and asking of that is sufficient?
When did that change?It may not be relevant to the matter to hand but I believe that ANY rifle built on a Mauser 98 action that has the cut-out on the receiver may not be imported into the US regardless of it current status. In other words even if it is now a new Holland's stalking rifle built on such a chassis or a vintage Rigby Mauser.
I'm an American, numbnuts. I'm VERY familiar with federal U.S. firearms laws. But I'm sure your "worked there for 8 years" counts for "something," right? In the politest terms.I worked over there for 8 years.
So where is your knowledge from?????
Are you tending towards a keyboard ninja???? In politest terms.
I can't speak for Kansas or Missouri directly, but there likely won't be a lot of animals in season during the time you've mentioned. Waterfowl season should be ended or very nearly so, deer definitely out, quail (in Oklahoma where I live) will be very nearly out of season, and small game will likely be closed by then. There ought to be some opportunities for coyotes (they're usually in season 365 days a year) and possibly feral hogs in Missouri. (I don't know what feral hog hunting opportunities are in Missouri -- there are very few in Kansas -- but Oklahoma has a LOT.)I will be near Kansas City in late Feb next yesr and have a free weekend. As foriegner, could i apply for a hunting permit to hunt on public land?
Rather take a rifle or gun with me is it possible to hire over there?
You consider your posts "help?" They're not anywhere within the realm of "help."My head is not screwed up. I worked locally there & was just trying to help the guy out with my experiences. Rent a gun on a range of course under supervision, take the gun out of the range then thats that range closed down asap IMO first nutter to do that would cause a riot at the cop shop.
As for numbnuts, how about a septic with attitude goodbye.
Do some self soul searching.