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  1. Version 190803

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    This is a copy of the application that needs to be signed by your instructor after successful completion of your course.
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  2. Version 160916

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    NEVADA CONCEALED HANDGUN TRAINING STANDARDS Revised October 1, 2013 by the NVSCA The Nevada Sheriffs and Chiefs Association (NVSCA) establishes the minimum training standards required for the issue and renewal of carry concealed handgun permits (CCW) and the minimum standards required to become an instructor for concealed handgun permits. Authority for the NVSCA to establish these standards is provided in Nevada Revised Statute 202.3657 The following standards are the minimum required for the course of instruction which must be obtained prior to an individual applying for a CCW permit, or prior to the renewal of a permit. Please review these standards thoroughly to ensure your complete understanding. The requirements are defined under the headings of Resident, Non-Resident, Instructor Qualification, and Instructor Disqualification. All of these standards are a minimum requirement, nothing precludes an instructor from providing additional training.
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  3. Version 170731

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    This is the minimum training curriculum that must be provided to all students of the Utah Concealed Firearms Permit Course. This version has been revised as of 07/31/2017, please assist us by checking the Utah BCI website for the most up to date revision, and alert us if our version needs to be updated. Thank you for choosing to train with ADAPT. Stay safe. Train hard. ADAPT <
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  4. Effective as of July 1, 2013 Nevada now recognizes the following out of state permits. Alaska Arkansas Idaho “Enhanced” Permit Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Michigan Nebraska New Mexico North Carolina North Dakota “Class 1” Permit Ohio South Carolina Tennessee West Virginia The Department of Public Safety completed its audit of out-of-state permits and released the list of those out-of-state permits that will be recognized in the state of Nevada. Nevada law recognizes concealed carry permits from other states that have met Nevada’s state requirements and the permit must be in possession of the permittee at all times while carrying a firearm. Changes in this list of states, along with any questions regarding out-of-state recognition will be addressed during the CCW forum on August 20th in Carson City. Please make plans to attend this forum and voice your opinion.
  5. Version 131001

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    The official test booklet to be used as a study guide in preparation for the Nevada Concealed Firearms Permit Qualification Course. Quiz can also be taken online by clicking here.
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  6. The Open Carry Argument (Original post and author unknown) [Edits and additions made by ADAPT will appear in red.] My primary goal when I’m out and about (besides whatever I went out and about to do) is to go about peaceably and not be the victim of a violent crime. To that end I carry a firearm whenever I go out as well as follow all the other standard safety practices like maintaining situational awareness, staying out of high crime areas, and avoiding confrontation. I also have a larger overall goal of making it through my life without shooting anyone. Simply put, I don’t want to be responsible, legally or morally, for another’s death. Those two goals might appear at first blush to be mutually exclusive, and with concealed carry it would be a difficult set of goals to realize. Carrying a concealed firearm presents to a criminal that I am unarmed. Every study I’ve ever read, not most but every study, says that criminals will avoid an armed person or home when selecting a victim. That only makes sense, right? Robbers, rapists, or carjackers might be dumb and opportunistic, but they have the same instinctual sense of self preservation we all have. Hyenas don’t attack lions to steal the gazelle the lions have just killed. It’s all about risk management; are the potential gains (a tasty gazelle dinner) worth the potential pain and damage the lion’s teeth will cause, and does the hyena really need to test the lion to figure out the answer? No, the hyena can see the lion’s teeth and knows to stay well clear. Deterrent Value: When I’m carrying concealed I feel like my ‘teeth’ are hidden, and thus of no real deterrent value. If I appear unarmed then I am unarmed in the eyes of the robber, I appear as easy a target as almost anyone else out on the street. My probability of being a victim of a crime, violent or otherwise, is completely unchanged by the fact that I have hidden beneath my shirt the means to defend myself. My goal, however, is not to be a victim in the first place, remember? I don’t want to be a victim that fought back successfully and triumphed; I prefer to not be victimized at all. Concealed carry is good; it throws a wrench in the works for criminals who might see the teaming masses as a smorgasbord of financial gain. This deterrent effect is, nonetheless, indirect. At some point the thug will weigh the risks vs. the gains; is his current desperation for money/drugs/booze/gold grille greater than the gamble that one of those people might be carrying a gun? If he decides to play the odds, which helped along with surprise tip the scale in his favor, he will attack. Will his attack allow enough time for me to draw my concealed firearm to affect a defense? Maybe, but then again, maybe not. Remember, I don’t want to be a victim and I don’t want to shoot anyone. So how do I realize both goals; or how do I make them inclusive? I can do that through open carry. By making it clear and obvious that I am armed, that I have teeth, I tip the risk scale to the point that the criminal’s gains are far outweighed by the risk. There is no ambiguity when the thug is doing his risk assessment, there’s something right there in plain sight that can quickly and painfully change or terminate his life. You may not think his life has much value, but as I mentioned before, he has the same sense of self preservation as any other living creature and to him it’s every bit as valuable as yours is to you. It would be foolish to ignore this indisputable fact when you develop your overall tactical strategy. The Myth of The "First One To Be Shot": There are some who criticize open carry and claim it will make you more of a target or ‘the first one shot’ when a robber walks into the 7-11, despite the absolute lack of credible evidence that this has ever happened. If the robber walks in and sees that you’re armed, his whole plan has encountered an unexpected variable. In bank robberies where he might expect to see an armed guard he will have already factored that possibility into his plan, but only for the armed guard, not for open or concealed carry citizens. No robber robs a bank without at least a rudimentary plan. Nevertheless, being present for a bank robbery is an extremely remote possibility for most of us regardless of our preferred method of handgun carry. Back in the 7-11, if he sees someone is armed he is forced to either significantly alter the plan or abort it outright. Robbing is an inherently apprehensive occupation, and one that doesn’t respond well to instant modifications. He is not prepared to commit murder when he only planned for larceny. He knows that a petty robbery will not garner the intense police manhunt a murder would. He doesn’t know if you’re an armed citizen or a police officer and isn’t going to take the time to figure it out. Either way, if someone in the 7-11 is unexpectedly armed, how many others might be similarly adorned and where might they be? Does this armed individual have a partner who is likewise armed behind him in the parking lot, someone who is watching right now? Self preservation compels him to abort the plan for one that is less risky. So we see that the logic matches the history; open carriers are not the first ones shot because it doesn’t make any sense that they would be. Surprise: Probably the most common condemnation of open carry comes from the armchair tacticians who believe it’s better to have the element of surprise in a criminal encounter. Although this was touched on in the previous paragraph about deterrence, I’ll expand on it specifically here because there are some important truths you need to consider before you lean too heavily on this false support. Surprise as a defensive tactic is based on unrealistic or ill-thought out scenarios. The circumstance where several street toughs surround and taunt you for a while like in some Charles Bronson movie is not realistic; the mugger wants to get in and out as fast as possible. In most cases you will have only seconds to realize what’s happening, make a decision, and react. Imagine you’re walking along the sidewalk when two gangsta looking teenagers suddenly appear at the corner coming in the opposite direction. You have only seconds to react if their intent was to victimize you. Do you draw your concealed firearm now or wait until there’s an actual visible threat? If they are just on their way to church and you pull a gun on them, you are the criminal and you may forever lose your firearms rights for such a foolish action. If you don’t draw and they pull a knife or pistol when they’re just a couple steps away, your only options are draw (if you think you can) or comply. Imagine staring at the shiny blade of a knife being held by a very nervous and violent mugger, three inches from your or your wife’s throat and having to decide whether or not you have time to draw from concealment. The element of surprise may not do you any good; in fact the only surprising thing that might happen is that your concealed carry pistol gets taken along with your wallet. The thug will later get a good chuckle with his buddies about how you brought a gun to a knife fight. The simple truth is that while surprise is a monumentally superior tactical maneuver, it is exclusively an offensive action, not a defensive one. I am not aware of any army that teaches using surprise as a defense against attack. No squad of soldiers goes on patrol with their weapons hidden so that they can ‘surprise’ the enemy should they walk into an ambush. It Will Get Stolen: (The other kind of gun grabber) Another common criticism of open carry is that the firearm itself will be the target of theft, prompting as criminal to attack simply to get the gun from you. Like the previous example of being the first one shot in a robbery, above, this is despite the fact that there is no credible evidence it happens. It also blindly ignores the more obvious fact that anything you possess can make you the target of a crime, be it a car, a watch, or even a female companion (girlfriend, wife, or daughter). Crooks commonly steal for only two reasons; to get something you have that they want, or to get something that you have so they can sell it and buy something they want. There are no Robins in the hood trying to help the poor by stealing from the rich. I don’t claim it could never happen; just that it’s so remote a possibility that it doesn’t warrant drastic alterations to your self defense strategies. If you believe otherwise, leave your watch, sunglasses, jewelry, and cell phone at home, hop into your Pinto wagon, and head out to do your thing. It Scares People: One other statement against open carry I hear is that it damages public perception of firearms owners, or that by carrying openly we are not being good ambassadors to the public. While there are some people who have a genuine fear of firearms, due either to some horrible past experience or anti-gun indoctrination, the majority of people are either indifferent to them or quite fascinated by them. I’ve never kept track of the dozens of fellow citizens I’ve encountered who have marveled at the idea of open carry, but I do know exactly how many have expressed displeasure at it; one. People are scared of many things for many reasons; however, pretending those things do not exist only perpetuates the fear. Someone who is disturbed by open carry is going to be every bit as disturbed by concealed carry. The only effective way to overcome a fear is to come to the intellectual realization that the phobia is based on emotion and not on fact. By being a firsthand witness that a firearm was carried responsibly and peaceably, and wasn’t being carried in the commission of a crime, one discovers their fear is not fact based, but emotional. Thus, open carry can be a very effectual way of helping to overcome the emotionally based fear of the firearm. After all, you’d be much more likely to believe in ghosts if you saw one rather than if you listened to a ghost story around a campfire. We give much more credibility to the things we experience than we do to the things we hear. The bottom line is that this argument is made by people who don’t or haven’t carried openly; those of us who do so on a regular basis have an entirely different experience. I’m Not Comfortable Carrying Openly: This is really the only reasonable argument against open carry for an individual. We all have a comfort zone for any aspect of our lives and we prefer to stay within that comfort zone. We all agree that it’s better to be armed and never need the firearm than it is to need it and not have it. There is a point where concealing your firearm becomes so problematic, due to conditions like temperature or comfort, that some choose to either leave it behind or carry in such a way that it would be difficult or impossible to draw it quickly. If it takes me five or six seconds to draw my firearm from deep concealment and I had sufficient time before hand to do so, I would prefer to use that five or six seconds to avoid the entire encounter. I’m glad we have concealed carry laws in most of the states; it empowers and protects not only us but the general public through the offset deterrent effect. Some of us, however, choose the more direct deterrent effect of open carry. The combination of the two makes the criminal’s job that much more risky, that much more dangerous, and that much more uncertain. -------------------------------------------------- End of post----------------------------------------------------- ADAPT response: We think that this is a very well written statement where the author clearly states his opinion and choices and offers some very common sense observations when dealing with others that make this argument that Open Carry is foolish or dangerous. Thank you to whomever the original author is. If you know who the individual is please let us know so that we can state the source.
  7. From our friend and student Assemblywoman (District 4) Michele Fiore. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 6, 2015 Campus Carry Passes Nevada Assembly The Nevada Assembly on Monday passed Amanda's Law to allow students to carry concealed firearms on Nevada System of Higher Education properties. Assembly Bill 148 was proposed by Assemblywoman Michele Fiore and was passed by a vote of 24 to 15. "This is a historical day, and I'm proud that the work of Amanda Collins, former State Senator John Lee, the late Carrie Herbertson and so many others has finally paid off," said Fiore. "Having sponsored this legislation twice, I call on my peers in the Nevada Senate and Governor Brian Sandoval to promptly pass this legislation to show Nevadans our support of their right to protect themselves." Assembly Bill 148 was named "Amanda's Law" for Amanda Collins who was raped on the campus of the University of Nevada, Reno in 2007 and has fought tirelessly for the rights of students to carry a concealed firearm on college campuses. Assembly Bill 148 also allows for concealed carry in public buildings. AB148 will now continue to the Nevada Senate. For more information about AB148, click here: https://www.leg.state.nv.us/App/NELIS/REL/78th2015/Bill/1480/Overview
  8. 15 Rebels gathered in the UNLV Student Union on Tuesday, April 15th for the University’s inaugural Students for Concealed Carry Chapter meeting. ADAPT Academy CEO and Director of Training, Eric Loden, was in attendance as an Academic Advisor along with Assemblywoman, and longtime gun rights advocate, Michelle Fiore, and representatives of the Nevada Firearms Coalition Education and Training Division. The meeting was kicked off with introductions by Chapter President Alex Murdock and Vice President/Co-founder Zachary Guymon. The two discussed the purpose of the chapter and their emphasis on gun safety and firearms education and training. Loden spoke next about his credentials in the firearms industry as well as his own story of petitioning then Community College of Southern Nevada leadership to carry when he studied Criminal Justice at the College in 2009. “ADAPT is proud to see a Chapter of Students for Concealed Carry at UNLV. It is vitally important that the future leaders of our community, just like every other citizen in the state, have the right to protect themselves while they seek out a higher education.” Said Loden. “Gun free zones are not only dangerous but they violate the constitutional rights of over 100,000 Nevada students and employees.” Students then heard from Assemblywoman Fiore who commended the creation of the Chapter and explained the history of AB 143, the Campus Carry Bill, as well as her desire for the legislation to achieve bipartisan support in the upcoming 2015 session. Fiore’s passion for this bill was illustrated when she recounted Amanda Collins’ campus rape story and the subsequent Reno murder of Brianna Dennison. Next, the students engaged in a lively Q&A discussion to ask how they can better help support good gun policies in the state as well as a unanimous decision by the group to participate in regular firearms training events with ADAPT. The Chapter agreed to meet bimonthly for on campus discussions to move the Chapter forward as well as an off campus meeting each month at a local shooting range. For more information on Students for Concealed Carry national, visit: concealedcampus.org Lauren Boitel April 17, 2014
  9. Effective July 1, 2014, the Central Repository for Nevada Records of Criminal History is increasing their fee for fingerprint background checks by $2.50. The current fee is $37.50, which includes both the State and Federal Bureau of Investigation background checks required pursuant to subsection 1 of NRS 202.366. This fee applies to new and renewal CCW Application fees. Therefore, the new fingerprint background check fee will be $40.00 on July 1, 2014. LVMPD CCW Detail Phone # 702-828-3271 If you have any questions, please feel free to email me. Thank you, Lynn Torres, P#7229 SR. LEST - FCE Fingerprint Bureau, Las Vegas Metropolitan PD 5880 Cameron St | Las Vegas, NV 89118 702-828-4170 | 702-828-1584
  10. On the morning of April 16th, 2007, one of the most tragic and terrible attacks accord on the Virginia Tech campus. Seung-Hui Cho brutally murdered 32 innocent people and in the end died by a self inflicted gunshot wound. This attack happened in two stages. The first attack occurred in a residence hall near his own dorm room. Cho was able to flee the scene before law enforcement arrived. The second attack occurred a short time after in the part of the school that held the Engineering and Mechanics departments. This attack showed the world both extremes of the human character. Apart From the cowardly actions of Cho, we saw great acts of bravery and sacrifices in the actions by many of his victims. Following this massacre, a group of students and faculty formed a group that would soon grow to cover the country. They formed Students for Concealed Carry, which is a national organization that campaigns and fights for the right to defend ourselves on college campuses. Student for Concealed Carry has grown to have more than 43,000 members and a presence in all fifty states. Last month, the University of Las Vegas Nevada (UNLV) became the first University in Nevada to start a chapter of Students for Concealed Carry (UNLVSCC). Our goal at UNLVSCC is to help educate the public and those at UNLV about proper firearms safety and eventually change the law that forbids firearms on college campuses. The good news is that we are not alone in this fight. In the short time that we have been up and running, UNLVSCC has been working closely with politicians from both political parties to move this cause forward. In 2011, then state senator John Lee (D), sponsored a bill in the State Senate that would allow for students to carry on college campuses. John Lee argued on the floor that “gun-free zones actually created “defenseless-victim zones”. For those that seek to rape and murder, a gun-free zone truly means that it is unlikely that the attacker will meet much resistance from their victims. That bill was passed by the Senate but was killed in the State Assembly. First term assembly woman Michele Fiore ® sponsored a similar bill in 2013. She claimed that her bill would allow those that have obtained a legal concealed firearms permit to carry their firearms on campus. She continued “We have to be responsible for our own safety, and that means removing the target painted on “gun-free zones”. Assembly women Fiore is leading the fight for concealed carry on college campuses. She, along with others, are planning to submit another bill in the upcoming legislative session. Those that formed Students for Concealed Carry felt that if the students and faculty were no forbidden, by law from having their legal firearms on the Virginia Tech campus, maybe this attack wouldn’t have occurred or at least the loss of life would not have been so great. The law virtually insured that only one person would have firearms in those class rooms, and it wasn’t anyone that was intending to follow the law. For someone that has made the determination to murder, rape and terrorize, the threat of a gross misdemeanor and a weapons charge, will do nothing to stop them from committing these heinous crimes. However for those law abiding citizens, the law guaranties that the class is unable to defend themselves. Many students and faculty heroically died while trying to barricade the doors into the class rooms, giving others the time needed to jump out of the windows. However their sacrifices should not have been needed. Without the ability to properly defend ourselves, we are dependent on others to ensure our security. Most college campuses have law enforcement officers on staff. This is able to deter some crime but is not truly effective alone. A handful of police officers are not able to be in every class room or building at once. Nor are law enforcement officers required by law to risk their lives to save citizens. In the famous Warren V. DC case the District of Columbia Court of Appeals ruled in that the police have no duty to protect any citizen not in custody. Most police officers will willingly run into danger. They are heroes but it is important to understand that they legally are not required to risk their lives. Moreover, according to the FBI, the average response time to these active shooter events is three minutes, which is an extremely fast response time for law enforcement. Imagine you are in a class room and you hear gun shots go off in the hall. You try to barricade the door but the shooter is forcing the door open. When every second counts, is a three minute response time fast enough? In the same study done by the FBI half of all active shooter events are finished by the time law enforcement arrives. That means half the time the attackers were stopped by their victims, commits suicide or fled before law enforcement arrives. In these active shooter events, the victims are face to face with their attacker and help did not always make it in time. While active shooters events are very rare and are not likely to occur at your local campus, other horrible acts occur daily in every city and community. The need for concealed firearms on campus is not only for active shooter events, but is needed for everyday protection against rapists and murders. Michele Fiore explained “I’m the mother of two girls who attend the College of Southern Nevada, and every time I hear about another college rape, assault or robbery, I feel more firmly that no one should be required to take their safety for granted” This is why we should fight for our right to defend ourselves on and off of campus. If you would like to get involved you can contact us by email our through our Facebook page. unlvscc@gmail.com https://www.facebook.com/UNLVSCC
  11. Some of the best stories of heroism are completely ignored by major news outlets who refuse to report on stories like this where a gun owner saves the day. But thanks to an Arizona man who carried a concealed handgun many lives were saved last Sunday morning. Several people were at a party in Arizona when a 27-year-old man got into an argument with some of the party goers. Eventually the man was asked to leave. He was gone for a short time but soon returned with a rifle and started firing shots outside the house. The 27-year-old then started aiming his rifle at some of the guests at the party. That’s when the 39-year-old concealed handgun carrier drew his firearm and shot the gunman. The concealed carrier remained on the scene until the police arrived at about 1:30am and the suspect was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. - See more at: http://gunsnfreedom.com/az-mass-shooting-is-thwarted-by-concealed-carrier-who-shoots-man-armed-with-rifle-at-party/#sthash.2WkU7LZG.dpuf Some of the best stories of heroism are completely ignored by major news outlets who refuse to report on stories like this where a gun owner saves the day. But thanks to an Arizona man who carried a concealed handgun many lives were saved last Sunday morning. Several people were at a party in Arizona when a 27-year-old man got into an argument with some of the party goers. Eventually the man was asked to leave. He was gone for a short time but soon returned with a rifle and started firing shots outside the house. The 27-year-old then started aiming his rifle at some of the guests at the party. That’s when the 39-year-old concealed handgun carrier drew his firearm and shot the gunman. The concealed carrier remained on the scene until the police arrived at about 1:30am and the suspect was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. - See more at: http://gunsnfreedom.com/az-mass-shooting-is-thwarted-by-concealed-carrier-who-shoots-man-armed-with-rifle-at-party/#sthash.2WkU7LZG.dpuf Some of the best stories of heroism are completely ignored by major news outlets who refuse to report on stories like this where a gun owner saves the day. But thanks to an Arizona man who carried a concealed handgun many lives were saved last Sunday morning. Several people were at a party in Arizona when a 27-year-old man got into an argument with some of the party goers. Eventually the man was asked to leave. He was gone for a short time but soon returned with a rifle and started firing shots outside the house. The 27-year-old then started aiming his rifle at some of the guests at the party. That’s when the 39-year-old concealed handgun carrier drew his firearm and shot the gunman. The concealed carrier remained on the scene until the police arrived at about 1:30am and the suspect was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. - See more at: http://gunsnfreedom.com/az-mass-shooting-is-thwarted-by-concealed-carrier-who-shoots-man-armed-with-rifle-at-party/#sthash.2WkU7LZG.dpuf Some of the best stories of heroism are completely ignored by major news outlets who refuse to report on stories like this where a gun owner saves the day. But thanks to an Arizona man who carried a concealed handgun many lives were saved last Sunday morning. Several people were at a party in Arizona when a 27-year-old man got into an argument with some of the party goers. Eventually the man was asked to leave. He was gone for a short time but soon returned with a rifle and started firing shots outside the house. The 27-year-old then started aiming his rifle at some of the guests at the party. That’s when the 39-year-old concealed handgun carrier drew his firearm and shot the gunman. The concealed carrier remained on the scene until the police arrived at about 1:30am and the suspect was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. - See more at: http://gunsnfreedom.com/az-mass-shooting-is-thwarted-by-concealed-carrier-who-shoots-man-armed-with-rifle-at-party/#sthash.2WkU7LZG.dpuf Originally posted Oct 21st, 2013 on gunsnfreedom.com by Johnathan S. Some of the best stories of heroism are completely ignored by major news outlets who refuse to report on stories like this where a gun owner saves the day. But thanks to an Arizona man who carried a concealed handgun many lives were saved last Sunday morning. Several people were at a party in Arizona when a 27-year-old man got into an argument with some of the party goers. Eventually the man was asked to leave. He was gone for a short time but soon returned with a rifle and started firing shots outside the house. The 27-year-old then started aiming his rifle at some of the guests at the party. That’s when the 39-year-old concealed handgun carrier drew his firearm and shot the gunman. The concealed carrier remained on the scene until the police arrived at about 1:30am and the suspect was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. According to AZ central, Glendale Police Department spokeswoman Officer Tracey Breeden said that the concealed carrier was justified in shooting the gunman. – “This is standard procedure under these type of circumstances,” Breeden said. “Information and evidence detectives have gathered leads them to believe the 27-year-old was not only firing his rifle, endangering partygoers, but also pointed the weapon at other partygoers, endangering them, prior to the 39-year-old displaying a weapon and shooting the 27-year-old.” The investigation is ongoing and charges are pending, Breeden said. In the state of Arizona a license is not required in order to carry a concealed handgun. Who knows how many lives were saved that night because a law abiding gun owner was responsible enough to carry a gun and smart enough to use it when lives were on the line. Share this story with anyone you can, because you will probably not hear about it on TV, and gun owners are only demonized by an anti-gun media. This easily could have been a mass shooting in Arizona, but it was all stopped because a good guy with a gun was there to stop the bad guy with the gun.
  12. Nevada: Concealed Carry Improvement Law Takes Effect Tomorrow, October 1 Senate Bill 76, passed in the Nevada Legislature and signed into law by Governor Brian Sandoval ® on May 29, takes effect on Tuesday, October 1. This new law requires that applicants for a concealed carry permit only qualify with a single handgun of their choosing and allows them to carry both semi-automatic handguns and revolvers. Previously an applicant would be required to qualify with each style of handgun they chose to carry – semi-auto, revolver or both. The NRA thanks all state Senators and state Representatives who voted for this critical pro-gun reform, and Governor Sandoval for signing SB 76 into law.
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  14. NV: Attend the 2013 CCW Public Forum and Voice Your Opinion on the CCW Permit Process The Nevada Sheriffs’ and Chiefs’ Association will be hosting its annual Concealed Carry Weapons forum in Carson City on Tuesday, August 20, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon in the Legislative Building (room 1214) located on 401 South Carson Street in Carson City. This forum will be available via teleconference to participants in Las Vegas at the Grant Sawyer Government Building (room 4401) located on 555 East Washington Avenue in Las Vegas. In Elko at Great Basin College High Tech Center at 1500 College Parkway. The purpose of this forum is to enable members of the pro-gun community to provide public input regarding the administration of the CCW permit process, which is the responsibility of county sheriffs. To view this meeting agenda, please click here. Aside from items on the agenda, other topics regarding concealed firearms can be discussed. This is a great opportunity to ask questions and provide input on how to make the process better and more efficient, such as removing the requirement that fingerprints be submitted on a CCW renewal or discuss ways to lower fees for new permits and renewals. Your participation is vital to the continued success of Nevada’s Right-to-Carry process, so please attend this important forum. For those who attend, an open mic is provided for input, questions and public comment. For those unable to attend but would like to submit a question or comment, please e-mail rroshaknvsca@cox.net or mail to: NVSCA Attention: R. Roshak Post Office Box 753601 Las Vegas, Nevada 89136 nv_ccw_public_forum_2013_agenda.pdf
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