We discuss a new proposal that polarized gas jet targets might be installed in the intense polarized proton beam stored in the KAON Extender ring. The resulting luminosity could be competitive with present-day external target experiments while the purity of these targets offers new possibilities for nucleon spin physics at KAON. Since changes in the present building designs would be required, the potential user community is being consulted.
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