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Nevada recognition of CCW Permits

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Good news! Particularly for those of us in CA (which they still don't recognize due to reciprocity) because Arizona is now added to the list- and you can get your AZ permit through the mail after meeting their requirements. But also if you live in a whole host of other states, they are now recognizing your permit as well, which is cool for our upcoming get together in October! :yahoo:
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The one permit I do have is a NV permit. Which I may use next weekend.
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That's annoying, I need another permit...

Arizona you say? Link?

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NV just added WV but not VA, for some reason. :( The transitive property should apply.

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If you have a permit in another state that has a training requirement, getting the AZ one is fairly simple. Fill out their paperwork and proof of CCW in another state:
6. A valid current or expired concealed weapon, firearm or handgun permit or license that is issued by another state or a political subdivision of another state and that has a training or testing requirement for initial issuance.
Many alternatives exist as well, look in section N of this page:
http://www.azdps.gov/Links/ARS/?l=13/03112.htm

And here's the link to the process:

http://www.azdps.gov/Services/Concealed ... ts/Obtain/

They were pretty quick about turning mine around, less than a month if I remember right, and not expensive (esp compared to the CA CCW permit)
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Lets add this to the meeting notice :)
shinzen wrote:If you have a permit in another state that has a training requirement, getting the AZ one is fairly simple. Fill out their paperwork and proof of CCW in another state:
6. A valid current or expired concealed weapon, firearm or handgun permit or license that is issued by another state or a political subdivision of another state and that has a training or testing requirement for initial issuance.
Many alternatives exist as well, look in section N of this page:
http://www.azdps.gov/Links/ARS/?l=13/03112.htm

And here's the link to the process:

http://www.azdps.gov/Services/Concealed ... ts/Obtain/

They were pretty quick about turning mine around, less than a month if I remember right, and not expensive (esp compared to the CA CCW permit)

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There are plenty of instructors who will do the Az, Fl and Utah permits in one day. You have to still shoot for Florida but its easy. With those three as a non resident of the permit states its your best bang for you permit buck reciprocity wise. Its also good to have permits that cover multiple states incase the AG's get in a pissing match and pull reciprocity for one particular state. Now if we could only get the northeast to recognise reciprocity life would be better.
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Yeah, I just haven't gotten around to sending my Florida paperwork in yet. FL will also take a proof of a hunters safety course as enough of the requirements to issue.
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http://www.txdps.state.tx.us/RSD/CHL/Le ... /index.htm

I'm surprised Nevada doesn't recognize Texas.

So I can apply for an AZ license using my TX license as proof of eligibility then NV says yes to the AZ license? That sounds like a convoluted and rickety way prove competence or sanity.
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That sounds like a convoluted and rickety way prove competence or sanity.
True. Another reason for a national standard, but at least it can be done. Right now I have 3 permits for different states, as each one covers some part of the country that the other won't. Which is just absurd.
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rltriumph wrote:There are plenty of instructors who will do the Az, Fl and Utah permits in one day. You have to still shoot for Florida but its easy. With those three as a non resident of the permit states its your best bang for you permit buck reciprocity wise. Its also good to have permits that cover multiple states incase the AG's get in a pissing match and pull reciprocity for one particular state. Now if we could only get the northeast to recognise reciprocity life would be better.

All I had to do for FL was show my MA CCW.

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I just won't carry there. I'll carry a razor sharp Gerber like Hunter Thompson did.

Las Vegas - Prohibits concealed knives with blades longer than three inches. Does not limit blade length for openly carried knives. Prohibits switchblades or automatic opening knives with blades of any length. Prohibits any person from loitering, fighting, or engaging in disorderly conduct while carrying a concealed "deadly weapon" as defined by city ordinance.

North Las Vegas - Prohibits concealed knives with blades longer than three inches. No limit on blade length for knives openly carried. Prohibits any switchblade or automatic opener, regardless of blade length. Prohibits the carry of ice picks or "similar sharp stabbing tools" and straight razors. Prohibits loitering, fighting, or disorderly conduct while carrying any concealed weapon.

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My AZ paperwork has been sitting in the car waiting for me to get to the local PD for fingerprinting. Guess I should get on that. ;)
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rltriumph wrote:There are plenty of instructors who will do the Az, Fl and Utah permits in one day. You have to still shoot for Florida but its easy. With those three as a non resident of the permit states its your best bang for you permit buck reciprocity wise. Its also good to have permits that cover multiple states incase the AG's get in a pissing match and pull reciprocity for one particular state. Now if we could only get the northeast to recognise reciprocity life would be better.

All I had to do for FL was show my MA CCW.
No resident permit for me. One of the few downfalls to constitutional carry so I had to do all 3 at once.
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rltriumph wrote:
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rltriumph wrote:There are plenty of instructors who will do the Az, Fl and Utah permits in one day. You have to still shoot for Florida but its easy. With those three as a non resident of the permit states its your best bang for you permit buck reciprocity wise. Its also good to have permits that cover multiple states incase the AG's get in a pissing match and pull reciprocity for one particular state. Now if we could only get the northeast to recognise reciprocity life would be better.

All I had to do for FL was show my MA CCW.
No resident permit for me. One of the few downfalls to constitutional carry so I had to do all 3 at once.
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