I'm in Nye County and it took 37 days. My Utah non-res took 4 1/2 months last year, but they've caught up and it takes about 6 weeks now.
I have been told by a member of the LVMPD CCW Detail that if you're a long time NV resident the process is quicker. This is probably because they don't have to check out of State databases, only the NV Criminal Repository which is basically the State mirror of NCIC. It also helps if you're in a line of work where fingerprinting is required (i.e. school district employee, insurance, CDL with hazmat endorsement, etc.). You'll already have a background check done as a matter of employment or professional license.
It does because in NV we have the Nevada Criminal Repository.I do not really think it matters if you have had background checks done recently. I am a veteran, federal government employee and a federal law enforcement dispatcher.
BAFTE also posts an electronic copy of these memos Link Removed. Unless it's very recent and hasn't made it to the BATF Brady law page yet, I don't believe it. Glen Parshall (Coinguy) who posts here who is a CCW instructor; NV and UT, is also a Nevada FFL.According to an interview I saw on a local TV station, BATF is again revoking the NICS exemption effective July 1, 2008.
Check with your local gun dealer, he should have a copy of the notice.
I got excited when I read Mohave Bill got his April application in 46 days. Until I went and put my own application in .
Just put my Clark County application in yesterday. The lady at the fingerprinting bureau said processing time allows up to 120 days. I asked if she knew what actual processing time was right now, she kind of gave me an I'm sorry look, and said I'm looking at pretty much.....120 days.
So, just waiting to see if that's how long it's really gonna take. I'm hoping to report back here a little sooner than that. I just bought myself a brand new summer gun too. What a shame I can't really let it shine until next year.