Recent content by varminter22

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    Nevada Firearm Jurisdiction for Contact

    Its been a long, long time since I've checked in here. I just read Mambear's comment (above) stating QUOTE You can open carry in most places depending on where your going. No Banks, Casinos, bats or State/Federa) Buildings UNQUOTE THAT IS INCORRECT. Open carry IS lawful in banks and...
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    NV assault weapon ban agenda

    There WILL be public comment! From: NRA-ILA | Nevada UPDATE: NRA Informed that Public Comment WILL Be Taken During Nevada Legislative Interim Committee on "Assault Weapons" Nevada UPDATE: NRA Informed that Public Comment WILL Be Taken During Nevada Legislative Interim Committee on "Assault...
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    CCW Handgun Qualifying

    By Nevada law NRS: CHAPTER 202 - CRIMES AGAINST PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY and by the NSCA Training Standards Link Removed there is NO time limit. And, only 30 rounds must be fired. That said, by all accounts instructors may add requirements. To those of you that believe the training...
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    Nevada CCW

    Didn't "pass a bill", but NDPS and NSCA have conducted their annual review and did add Kentucky. Link Removed
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    AB143 = law

    Pretty much the full scoop on AB-282: Link Removed AB-143 was signed by the Governor and becomes effective October 1, 2011. However, AB-282 in effect supercedes AB-143 because AB-282 incorporates two other important provisions AND becomes effective July 1, 2011. AB-282 is awaiting the...
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    Nevada Legislature will screw it up (again).

    While I can sort of understand your sentiment, I think you are wrong. I believe AB-143 will be enacted. AB-143 passed out of the Assembly Judiciary Cmte and passed unanimously on the Assembly floor. AB-143 is now in the Senate awaiting a committee hearing. Do we have some "issues" with...
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    Handgun qualification

    The NSCA Training Standards have been revised, dated May 24, 2010, and can be found here: Link Removed
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    I'm running for office in Nevada's 13th Assembly District

    Thanks, Elizabeth. And I wish you the best of luck in your election endeavors. Do you have a website? A good issue to start with? How about Clark County firearms related ordinances? Almost all are unlawful and/or unnecessary. Although SB-92 (enacted into law in 2007) states Most Clark...
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    Handgun qualification

    The actual NSCA Training Standards can be found here: Link Removed (Cover letter and three pdf pages.) There is NO requirement to shoot one handed or opposite handed. However, individual instructors may require it. Must must shoot 30 rounds (25 rounds for a five shot revolver.) 70%...
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    Best NV County to file CCW in

    I would beg to differ. Nye County Sheriff has showed his true (anti 2nd amendment) colors on many occasions. Link Removed That is just ONE example. A search will reveal more.
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    State Attorneys General Letter, June 11, 2009, to U. S. AG

    From: Link Removed 23 State Attorneys General To Attorney General Holder: "No Semi-Auto Ban" Friday, June 12, 2009 On June 11, the top law enforcement officials of nearly half the states signed a letter to U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, expressing their opposition to reinstatement of the...
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    AB-288 (Castle Doctrine bill) in Jeopardy

    I am thoroughly disgusted with Assemblyman Bernie Anderson (D, Washoe #31). I sent the following to him:: To which Assemblyman Anderson responded: To which I further responded: And, the following is from the NRA (Link Removed I continue to believe Assemblyman Bernie Anderson simply and...
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    BDR-138 "Any semi auto" BDR DEAD

    BDR-138 (Asm Settelmeyer) was to makes various changes re: firearms. This bill WAS to be the "fix" to give Nevadans "any semi auto" just like we currently have "any revolver" on CCW permits. Unfortunately, the bill is DEAD - for reasons not totally known to me at this time. I am very...
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    AB-288 (Castle Doctrine bill) in Jeopardy

    AB-288 (Castle Doctrine) is in jeopardy of not even receiving a committee hearing to discuss the merits of the bill. AB-288 is a good bill and deserves your support. As introduced, AB-288 states that if you use deadly force and (a) are not the agressor, (b) have a right to be present where...