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What’s up with Nevada?

I swear, their reciprocity list changes faster than Mitt Romney’s core values.

6 Responses to “What’s up with Nevada?”

  1. Richard Says:

    Nevada lets the sheriffs and police chief run things re reciprocity. In practice that means Clark County which is anti-CCW. We need to have legislation but I don’t think it is in the offing.

  2. wizardpc Says:

    Reading the press release, it looks like the Sheriffs may have confused Arizona’s Constitutional Carry law (ie, no permit required) with Arizona’s carry permit.

    IIRC, Arizona kept their permitting process the same for the purposes of keeping reciprocity

  3. Matthew Carberry Says:

    Looking at it briefly, AZ accepts a host of training as acceptable, including a DD 214?

    That doesn’t necessarily involve any pistol training at all so I can see a state that requires actual handgun rounds downrange might not accept that.

    The good people of Nevada need to give reciprocity to the AG and make the standard “accepts Nevada permits.”

  4. Will Says:

    Yeah, NV is somewhat anal about the training and testing criteria. Doing the test, one of the students had two identical handguns, colectibles actually, one of them unfired. He wanted to add it to the license as a possible fill-in, in case the used one broke, I guess. They made him shoot it. It was like number 4 of the 1911 types he was listing on the permit.

  5. TigerStripe Says:

    NV must have changed in recent years or it isn’t nearly as fun-friendly as I’d thought.

    You have to add each gun you might carry on a license/permit list?


  6. Seerak Says:

    That CFP requirement went away for revolvers some time ago (while I was elsewhere) and for semi-autos in 2011. Now any semi-auto and any revolver in qualifications takes care of all of them.

    The 2011 update also fixed the issue with NICS checks for permit holders, saving new permittees the $20 (finally).

    On the whole, we’re still a fun-friendly place. I’m not aware of any significant gun control threats in our legislature ATM. The retail gun market in Las Vegas has exploded with new establishments over the past 3 years, and then there’s the “gun tourism” business. If you’ve been to Vegas within the last four years, you’ve seen what I’m taking about already.