Nevada Residents -Questions About Casino Carry

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    Quote Originally Posted by swinokur View Post
    IIRC NV requires states it honors to have a 24/7 phone line to check permit validity. That was a supposed reason that states without one were dropped. I have UT and FL permits and I wanted to contine to carry there since I visit Vegas frequently because I have friends who live there. Took the 8 hour class and had live fire and took my paperwork down to Metro and got fingerprinted. 23 days later my permit was in my mailbox. I can recommend an excellent NV certified instructor if anyone wants one.
    I'm thinking the 24/7 number is incorrect. We don't have one here in Ohio, yet my pa permit does and it is not honored. We do not issue nonresidents permits and require a 12 hour class with two hours range time.

    Was in Vegas in march and the only time I wished I had my glock was when I was off fremont street near gold spike casino. I'm from a small town and some of what I seen on ky walk to el cortez was scary, LOL. Looking forward to my next trip out.

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    Thank you swinokur! I'll bookmark it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by justherenow View Post
    I'm thinking the 24/7 number is incorrect. We don't have one here in Ohio, yet my pa permit does and it is not honored. We do not issue nonresidents permits and require a 12 hour class with two hours range time.

    Was in Vegas in march and the only time I wished I had my glock was when I was off fremont street near gold spike casino. I'm from a small town and some of what I seen on ky walk to el cortez was scary, LOL. Looking forward to my next trip out.

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    I didn't say it was the only reason other states are not honored. I said I heard the reason FL was dropped was because of the lack of a 24/7 phone number for LE to verify permit validity. Additionally, PA and UT have no live fire requirement and NV does so that was another factor for UT. Most importantly NV requires an 8 hour class taught by a NV certified instructor as well, so these are other reasons too. My point was FL was dropped because of the lack of a 24/7 phone number.

    All this is conjecture anyway because NV never publicized the reasons FL and UT were dropped

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    I actually found a document on the Nevada Chiefs and Sheriffs Assoc that gave the specific reasons FL and UT werer dropped

    1. UT dropped no live fire requirement
    2. FL dropped when they changed permit expiration to 7 years

    They felt both of these changed the "equivalency to NV permit" requirement for reciprocity.

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    I carry in Reno and Vegas all the time. If you do not flaunt it, nobody cares.

    Was at the Bike run in Reno this year, and as a response to the Biker Shooting last year, there was a 'no colors' and no weapons rule put out. Really hurt business and the vendors at the run, I might add. Way less $$ spent!

    Most of the casinos, and the one I am seriously comped at, were not posted. Cal-Neva was, with Big Paper signs on all the doors. I did not spend a dime there........

    Someone above posted the link to NV law. Good. Bottom line, if they see it and you are a jerk, they throw you out. If you refuse, they call the cops and hit you with a tresspassing violation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AirForceShooter View Post
    I've never seen a casino that was posted.
    At least so far. I wonder if they nre recognition law will change that.
    I'll be there in April.

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    I have seen one (1) Casino that was posted for no weapons (Temp Paper signs on the doors) during this past year's Reno Motorcycle Rally. They were reacting to a shooting the previous year, between two clubs (an event that was unique and not systemic).

    It was the CalNeva in Reno (which is a total dive anyways). They lost a lot of business from my friends and I, our wives/OLs and others.

    Other than that, in Reno, Vegas or Laughlin.......... nope, never seen another Casion Posted for No Weapons.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pogo2 View Post
    I am not a resident of Nevada, but spent a couple of days in Las Vegas about 4 weeks ago. I have a Utah permit which is recognized in Nevada, and carried the entire time I was there.

    I carried in 5 casinos on the Strip, including Bellagio, Wynn, Venetian, Caesar's Palace and Treasure Island. I looked carefully at the doors of each one for signage as I entered, and none of them were posted regarding guns.
    Dude, you sure a UT permit is good in NV? Resident or non-Resident? I'll send you an IM. You might just not want to to that again (unless something changed in the last 24 hours).

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    Quote Originally Posted by ANGLICO View Post
    Dude, you sure a UT permit is good in NV? Resident or non-Resident? I'll send you an IM. You might just not want to to that again (unless something changed in the last 24 hours).

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    When pogo2 made that post in 2008 Utah permits were recognised by Nevada. That changed in July 2009.

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