Jess Hancock, center, holds an old sign from the The Wichita Gun Club, a past gun club that no longer exists. Hancock is using the name for his new gun store, which he is beginning to renovate at the southeast corner of Kellogg and Edgemoor. The Wichita police officer is opening the Wichita Gun Club store with the help of his family, from left, son Jess Jr., daughter Hannah, his wife, Christy, and daughter Gracie.
Jess Hancock, center, holds an old sign from the The Wichita Gun Club, a past gun club that no longer exists. Hancock is using the name for his new gun store, which he is beginning to renovate at the southeast corner of Kellogg and Edgemoor. The Wichita police officer is opening the Wichita Gun Club store with the help of his family, from left, son Jess Jr., daughter Hannah, his wife, Christy, and daughter Gracie. Brian Corn The Wichita Eagle
Jess Hancock, center, holds an old sign from the The Wichita Gun Club, a past gun club that no longer exists. Hancock is using the name for his new gun store, which he is beginning to renovate at the southeast corner of Kellogg and Edgemoor. The Wichita police officer is opening the Wichita Gun Club store with the help of his family, from left, son Jess Jr., daughter Hannah, his wife, Christy, and daughter Gracie. Brian Corn The Wichita Eagle
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Wichita Gun Club to reopen in new, significantly larger space.

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