Nevada no longer honors AZ Carry Permit

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    Nevada no longer honors AZ Carry Permit



    The AZ permit process (when I went through it in January 2013) was one of the most rigorous ones (requires full day instruction class, including live fire to demonstrate skills and safety, fingerprinting, FBI background check, etc.). Up until last month, Nevada honored the AZ permit.

    Now they don't. And they won't honor the UT permit either. (Another adjoining state.) This is probably simply to get more revenue/fees from those living in adjoining states who want to carry legally in NV... you've got to get the NV permit now. They do still accept permits from some non-adjoining states. The change must simply be revenue driven.

    One of the primary reasons I got my AZ carry permit was to get NV covered. Sheesh.
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    DUH - Vegas Progessive Liberals and more importantly, the Gun Instructor community of NV just shut you OUT! Follow the Money for the real reason this happed.

    NV NRA/Other Firearms Instructors do no care for your permit because they are not making money/pay check/ coin off of it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!! Word! Get it now?
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    Thread about this already running:

    FYI - Nevada No Longer Honors Arizona
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    DHart;
    I think you are very wrong;
    Just got my AZ permit; It took $60+fingerprints+DD214 or some proof of firearms training and that's it.
    Of course my purpose in getting it is now in the crapper!!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Fish View Post
    DHart;
    I think you are very wrong;
    Just got my AZ permit; It took $60+fingerprints+DD214 or some proof of firearms training and that's it.
    Of course my purpose in getting it is now in the crapper!!!!!!!!
    I got my AZ permit back in Jan of this year. And it required what I described in my post above. Things do change over time, and now the AZ permit may not require the 8 hour class, nor the live fire portion, nor the FBI background check.

    As for Nevada, it doesn't matter what you did to get your AZ permit nor when you got it... the AZ permit is NOT recognized in NV!
    The clowns in government office see the solution to everything is write more laws, creating the ever-mounting morass of legal handicaps that we citizens must labor under.

    STATE'S RIGHTS RULE and should be INVIOLATE. Feds butt out!

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    I got my AZ permit back in Jan of this year. And it required what I described in my post above. Things do change over time, and now the AZ permit may not require the 8 hour class, nor the live fire portion, nor the FBI background check.

    As for Nevada, it doesn't matter what you did to get your AZ permit nor when you got it... the AZ permit is NOT recognized in NV!


    I got it only to use in NV so that's what I meant by "In the crapper"
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    Yeah... I understood that.


    Quote Originally Posted by The Fish View Post
    DHart;
    I think you are very wrong..
    What am I very wrong about?

    You didn't have to demonstrate safe shooting skills and ability to hit a target?

    You didn't need to attend a day-long class?

    Your fingerprints were not sent to the FBI?
    The clowns in government office see the solution to everything is write more laws, creating the ever-mounting morass of legal handicaps that we citizens must labor under.

    STATE'S RIGHTS RULE and should be INVIOLATE. Feds butt out!

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    If you think state CC permits are a money making proposition, you know little about government finances.

    Reciprocity is primarily based on the level of training a state requires and/or the basis of reciprocity with another state (You don't honor my permits, I don't honor yours).

    Read the following link from the Nevada's Sheriffs & Chiefs Assoc. and the NV Dept. of Public Safety and note the date on the latter..

    http://www.nvrepository.state.nv.us/...ecognition.pdf

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    States honoring/dishonoring another state's permits/licenses is a continual issue and must be verified often.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
    If you think state CC permits are a money making proposition, you know little about government finances.
    My knowledge of government finances is more limited than that of some others, thankfully, or I'm certain I would be even more infuriated with government than I am now. What I do know is that our federal government and many of our state governments are being managed and operated (largely) by inept, self-serving, and/or incompetent people and that their own financial benefit is often a factor in decisions that are made which impact citizens. While these shysters run the people's (government) finances into the toilet, most of these individual decision makers are being quite well served from a personal finance standpoint. Handouts, ridiculous retirement benefits, and welfare packages, all of which must be paid for by the people, are granted in exchange for personal backroom financial support and re-election votes.



    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
    Reciprocity is primarily based on the level of training a state requires and/or the basis of reciprocity with another state (You don't honor my permits, I don't honor yours).

    Read the following link from the Nevada's Sheriffs & Chiefs Assoc. and the NV Dept. of Public Safety and note the date on the latter..

    http://www.nvrepository.state.nv.us/...ecognition.pdf

    Nevada Department of Public Safety

    States honoring/dishonoring another state's permits/licenses is a continual issue and must be verified often.
    Yes, I have read that link. And while I believe that part of the decision is based on the requirements of other states prior to issuance of said permits, it does not discount the impact of financial renumeration as a part of the decision making process.
    The clowns in government office see the solution to everything is write more laws, creating the ever-mounting morass of legal handicaps that we citizens must labor under.

    STATE'S RIGHTS RULE and should be INVIOLATE. Feds butt out!

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    Well I will be going to get my inhanced CCW from Idaho in July of this year and that will open up carry in several states for me as I have 2 permits at present so then 3 should cover every where I will be going

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    The reason I brought this topic up is we just came to Las Vegas from being in Arizona this winter. We got our permits in AZ to be ready to come to NV. Now that we're here we find we cannot legally carry.

    SO.... one of the things to do while here in Vegas (besides eat great food and shooting sporting clays at the Clark County Shooting Complex!) is to take the class for the Nevada permit and pick up yet another permit.

    With the Utah, Arizona, and Nevada permits... there is a lot of state coverage provided. Still need to pick up at least Florida as well... then I think I'll be done picking up permits.
    The clowns in government office see the solution to everything is write more laws, creating the ever-mounting morass of legal handicaps that we citizens must labor under.

    STATE'S RIGHTS RULE and should be INVIOLATE. Feds butt out!

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    The Gun Store offers the ccw class for free, just $25 to cover the cost of range ammo for qualifying. I gotta make time to do that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tele_pathic View Post
    The Gun Store offers the ccw class for free, just $25 to cover the cost of range ammo for qualifying. I gotta make time to do that.
    That's where we're scheduled to go.
    The clowns in government office see the solution to everything is write more laws, creating the ever-mounting morass of legal handicaps that we citizens must labor under.

    STATE'S RIGHTS RULE and should be INVIOLATE. Feds butt out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tele_pathic View Post
    The Gun Store offers the ccw class for free, just $25 to cover the cost of range ammo for qualifying. I gotta make time to do that.
    The Gun Store is were?

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    Quote Originally Posted by metalbender View Post
    The Gun Store is were?
    Where...? Las Vegas!
    The clowns in government office see the solution to everything is write more laws, creating the ever-mounting morass of legal handicaps that we citizens must labor under.

    STATE'S RIGHTS RULE and should be INVIOLATE. Feds butt out!

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