Nevada OC with KALI lisc?

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    Nevada OC with KALI lisc?

    i have read many places that people visit other states for vacay or what not and can or can not CCW or OC.

    i will be going to VEGAS for some type of Biz trip/vacay.

    my question is it legal to OC in nevada or even in Vegas being a non nevada lisc holder?

    it would obviously be a difficult thing to do on the strip and since i dont know where the schools are i am just wondering if it is legal or not
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    OpenCarry.org - State Information For Nevada

    Nevada is a traditional open carry state with complete state preemption of firearms laws. However, Clark County is grandfathered so as to continue a "Deadly Weapons" registration scheme. Fortunately, Nevada law exempts travelers to and through Nevada from these registration requirements for 60 days.

    You may open carry in a vehicle. It must be clearly visible.
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    Yes it's legal. There are no laws specifying OC in NV. Just becareful OCing in the tourist areas. Some tourist will call the cops on you. I suggest OCing off the strip.

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    Though OC is legal in Nevda, OC on the Strip or downtown will bring you a confrontation w/ the police.
    I certainly don't agree with it, just telling you how it is.

    Security in virtually all casinos will ask you to leave for OC or even CC if they detect it.

    I certainly woudn't recommend OC in North Las Vegas either.

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    OC is legal in NV but there's no way I would carry open within the city limits. Metro does not see this as "common place" and will make your "biz/vacay" a major problem for you. The desert is one thing but within the city, you're asking for trouble. Nevada does not honor California permits.

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    I agree that open carry on the strip or downtown is a very bad idea. It's legal, but you will end up with police confronting you, and it could go very badly. Also, don't open carry into a casino. You will be stopped by security and asked to leave. And since most casinos are also hotels, carrying in and out of your room will be difficult.

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    good to know. thanks for the head up guys.

    i will be bringing my gun with me but more than likely not carrying.
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    I always thought that Kali was a multi-armed demon-goddess of time not the person in charge of CCW issuance.



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    Just remember, The Strip is technically not in Las Vegas. It is unincorporated Clark County. BUT....Metro Police is not only the city police, but county sheriff.
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