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Kansas is on track to process more than twice as many concealed-carry license applications as it did last year. Sedgwick County is projected to hit 5,000 applications this year.

The state had taken 22,124 applications through the first 10 months of the fiscal year, which started in July. Kansas residents submitted 12,408 applications in fiscal year 2012.

In July 2012, Kansans submitted 1,078 applications, records show. In March, the state took a record 4,071, and in April, 3,462.

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