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  1. Version 190803


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


    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.
  3. Version 170731


    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 <
  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


    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.
  6. Gunfight, two Permit Holders, two off Duty Police, one AttackerPublished on Thursday, May 15, 2014 Tags:Arkansas|armed citizen|Concealed Carry Permit Holders|Dean Weingarten|Gun Watch|police By Dean Weingarten Arkansas Second Amendment Supporters Exercise Rights in Fort Smith Dean Weingarten Arizona - -(Ammoland.com)- It is commonly said by those opposed to the second amendment, that police will not be able to discern armed citizens who are legally carrying guns from criminals, and that armed confrontations will then result in widespread carnage. Here is an example where it did not happen. From fox16.com: Note that there were two legal firearms carriers, one attacker, and two off duty police officers. The officers arrived very quickly, and they were not in uniform. The defenders did not shoot the officers. The officers did not shoot the defenders. The attacker was killed, and one defender was wounded. The wounded defender was expected to be released from the hospital the next day. No one else was hit. Consider the implications. You have all the potential for chaotic gunfire causing mass casualties imagined by those who want the public disarmed. More than one defender. The attacker starting with surprise. More than one police officer. Officers that are not in uniform. Yet only the attacker was killed, and one defender was wounded by the attacker. The situation simply refuses to fit the anti-second amendment template, because the template does not fit reality. When five bank robbers attempted to rob a bank in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, in 1922, dozens of shots were fired by numerous citizens. Three bank robbers were killed and two seriously wounded. Not one innocent citizen was shot. The idea of multiple people being shot by citizen defenders in such a confrontation is simply a myth. It, like most arguments used by those opposed to the Second Amendment, is simply a figment of the imagination of people who are proudly ignorant about firearms and self defense, and who want to insure that most citizens are disarmed. Legally armed citizens are not gang-bangers who fire indiscriminately at houses to enforce their “turf”. Sometimes innocents are hit, but ordinary armed citizens have a better record of hitting the people that need to be stopped, and no others, than police do. c2014 by Dean Weingarten: Permission to share is granted when this notice is included. Link to Gun Watch About Dean Weingarten; Dean Weingarten has been a peace officer, a military officer, was on the University of Wisconsin Pistol Team for four years, and was first certified to teach firearms safety in 1973. He taught the Arizona concealed carry course for fifteen years until the goal of constitutional carry was attained. He has degrees in meteorology and mining engineering, and recently retired from the Department of Defense after a 30 year career in Army Research, Development, Testing, and Evaluation. Read more: http://www.ammoland.com/2014/05/gunfight-two-permit-holders-two-off-duty-police-one-attacker/#ixzz31tC4B1Ps Under Creative Commons License: Attribution Follow us: @Ammoland on Twitter | Ammoland on Facebook
  7. 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
  8. 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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    From the album: NV CFP 12/30/2012

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  10. 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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