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Anybody Out There Have A Non-Resident CCW from Nevada

Discussion in 'Legal' started by GHF, Sep 30, 2006.

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  1. GHF

    GHF Member

    Dec 23, 2003
    Orlando, Florida
    What Is Really Involved?

    I may be taking a job in Las Vegas. I have a CCW from my home state - Florida, and carry as much as legally possible.

    If I understand correctly, a non-resident license is possible in Nevada.

    Beyond that, it appears that some sort of training is required, and that at the training must take place in Nevada.

    Can anybody put some reality on the law and rules?
  2. Axman

    Axman Member

    Sep 5, 2006
    Golden Valley, AZ
  3. WheelGunMom

    WheelGunMom Member

    Aug 23, 2006
    Here is a good link with more info re: conceal carry permits applications in Las Vegas:


    After you complete your class and fill out all necessary paperwork, plan on spending 3 hours at the Metro PD substation getting fingerprinted, photographed, etc.

    When the packing.org site is actually working, it is also a good resource re: Nevada conceal carry law: http://www.packing.org/state/nevada/

    [Moderators - Please delete this next info if it is not appropriate to list a commercial entity . . .] Jim Mayhugh is the local instructor that I used to get my CC permit. Great guy - VERY knowlegable. His website is http://www.gmj.com/home.php

    Most (if not all) of the local indoor ranges (American Shooters, etc.) here in Vegas also have one-day CC permit classes.

    Also note that per Clark County ordinance, all handguns must be registered (including serial number :( ) with the local police here. (This is separate from your CC permit.) No cost if I recall correctly -- just a quick background check and you will get what is commonly referred to as a "blue card" to carry with you with your gun.

    Good luck to you if you move to this great city!
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