Nevada To Honor Arizona?

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    Nevada To Honor Arizona?

    I have two people so far telling me and have seen an email from what appears to be a government agency to a person saying Nevada will start honoring an Arizona Permit/License to Carry come July 1, 2011. This surprises me as Nevada dumped FL and UT and the only states they honor today do not issue Non Resident permit/licenses or have a very narrow Non Resident Issue Policy. That lead me to believe they wanted to shut out anyone who was not from the listed states. AZ does Issue Non Resident permits and they can be obtained by mail. It looks like it is so but until NV Posts that info on their official website it is not official. I would think an official announcement would be made in the near future.
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    The reason NV currently does not recognize the AZ permit is because there is not a 24 hour number where they can call to verify the permit is still valid.... I truly hope this happens

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    I really wish NV would revise their policies. Dumping FL just because our licenses are valid for 7 instead of 5 years? Come on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by paul34 View Post
    I really wish NV would revise their policies. Dumping FL just because our licenses are valid for 7 instead of 5 years? Come on!
    I don't think that was the real reason. It was pretext. All the states they dumped issue non-resident licenses to all comers. The remaining states they honor either don't issue non-resident licenses at all, or only issue them to a very restricted set of people. Only military, for example.

    One annoying thing about AZ's license is MN and WA don't honor it, for no obvious reason. WA honor's FL's permit, why not AZ's? Getting a NV non-resident permit is the only practical way to carry in MN, since it's a lot closer than MN and MN requires you apply in person. Same goes for WA: get a UT non-resident permit instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by randian View Post
    I don't think that was the real reason. It was pretext. All the states they dumped issue non-resident licenses to all comers. The remaining states they honor either don't issue non-resident licenses at all, or only issue them to a very restricted set of people. Only military, for example.

    One annoying thing about AZ's license is MN and WA don't honor it, for no obvious reason. WA honor's FL's permit, why not AZ's? Getting a NV non-resident permit is the only practical way to carry in MN, since it's a lot closer than MN and MN requires you apply in person. Same goes for WA: get a UT non-resident permit instead.
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    No Florida permits? No visit to "Lost Wages"...no problem.
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    I would like to see NV honor my AZ permit, but I'm not holding my breath


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    Quote Originally Posted by randian View Post
    I don't think that was the real reason. It was pretext. All the states they dumped issue non-resident licenses to all comers. The remaining states they honor either don't issue non-resident licenses at all, or only issue them to a very restricted set of people. Only military, for example.
    Thats stupid, theres already states the have resident only reciprocity. Which I don't completely agree with since I get 2 extra states with one of my permits but I get it. But screwing residents out of there reciprocity because of it isn't fair.

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    Bravo, "retsupt99" my feelings exactly. If my gun is not welcome, then I am not welcome, and I will not spend my money there.
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    Nothing up to date on the NVSCA site yet....

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    So If you want to go to Vegas either (A) open carry (B) Do like I did, spend the day of your vacation and take a CCW class and the next day submit your papers. I normally travel to Vegas twice a year. So I felt it was worth it.

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    I have also heard from a reliable source NV will begin honoring AZ starting July 1.

    Seems odd since they dropped UT for lack of live firing training yet one can obtain an AZ permit with nothing more than proof of decades old military service and without even going to Arizona.

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    I wish they would honor Colorado's permit. I hate having to disarm at the UT/NV border on my way over to Kaliforniastan a couple of times a year!

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    I wonder why they would start honoring AZ but not UT or FL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brobar View Post
    I wish they would honor Colorado's permit. I hate having to disarm at the UT/NV border on my way over to Kaliforniastan a couple of times a year!
    Nevada appears to allow loaded handguns in vehicles, so if all you're doing is driving I-15 down to California you should be OK. Of course you still have to disarm at California's border...

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