NV and TX

Marslog

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Why does Tx recognizes a NV permit, but NV doesn't recognize a TX permit?
 

Sheriff's and Chief assn doesnt think TX reqs for a permit are stringient enough. Same reason Utah permits not accepted here when they are a neighboring state. These ckowns hold a great deal of sway with the gun laws here in NV without being "officially recognized "
 
IMHO it's because while Nevada is a gun friendly state to those who live here, the ASSembly in Carson City is properly named.

Your recourse is to OC here. Sorry.
 
Interesting, local, state and federal background check as shooting the basic range course in TX what are the requirements in NV. Texas also recognizes CA.
 
Sheriff's and Chief assn doesnt think TX reqs for a permit are stringient enough. Same reason Utah permits not accepted here when they are a neighboring state. These ckowns hold a great deal of sway with the gun laws here in NV without being "officially recognized "

It's funny. I emailed our Senator regarding reciprocity and he said that other state's training wasn't as thorough as ours so we won't recognize others. I was going to say how the training was a joke and we were given the answers to the test and never once fired a shot but decided against it. I did ask how people from other states and countries were allowed to drive in Massachusetts if they got different training but he never replied.
 
Interesting, local, state and federal background check as shooting the basic range course in TX what are the requirements in NV. Texas also recognizes CA.
The Nevada requirements are the same as Texas.

The range requirement is very lax though. Basically, if you know which end goes toward the target...you pass. The actual requirements are spelled out by the state's Sheriff's Association and are pretty good. However, it's not uncommon for the requirements to be "abused" by the person administering the range testing.
 
Sheriff's and Chief assn doesnt think TX reqs for a permit are stringient enough. Same reason Utah permits not accepted here when they are a neighboring state. These ckowns hold a great deal of sway with the gun laws here in NV without being "officially recognized "
Nevada used to recognize Utah's permit, which costs about half as much as Nevada"s, and is eaiser to get, so many Nevada residents would get a non-res Utah permit rather than a Nevada permit. Eventually, Nevada ceased to recognize the Utah permit, claiming that it was because there was no range requirement. However, they recognize Arizona's permit, which does not require range time. So, get your Arizona non-res, and you're good to go in Nevada.
 

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