Bringing a knife to a gunfight is a proverbially terrible idea. Pulling a knife on a helpless civilian is a legally terrible idea. Pulling a knife on a helpless civilian who is accompanied by a person with a gun is perhaps the MOST terrible idea. However, that’s what happened in Las Vegas last Thursday, November […]
Not often is the public given access to the video of a defensive gun use situation like the kind we report on here at Concealed Carry Inc. However, sometimes a criminal will forego the secrecy and attempts to hide their face from the public and desperately attempt a daring crime.
A Las Vegas resident had one of the biggest scares of his life, Tuesday night as his home was broken into by a man carrying a knife. Luckily, the homeowner was bringing a gun to the gun fight.
Back in March, there was quite a bit of worry around gun owners of Nevada for two pieces of anti-gun legislature that were on the road through the state house but now it appears that these bills are no more.
In a session on Tuesday, The Nevada Senate Judiciary Committee discussed a bill that would require any person that has been convicted of stalking or with extended protection orders against them to surrender their firearms over to the state government.
Nevada’s State Legislature is currently in the process of looking through several bills regarding marijuana and firearms including one that may be making a lot of headlines in the state soon, Senate Bill 351.
Several Nevada State Senators expressed concerns last Tuesday about a proposal from Democrats to ban openly carried firearms in libraries, instead turning them into gun free zones.
Across the country, the number of concealed carry permit applicants has been on the rise, however from state to state the rules to receive said permit can be quite different. For example. some states require concealed carry applicants to prove their handgun competency by firing the handgun as a prerequisite to applying.
Nevada’s newly passed law to expand firearm background checks during private sales and transfers is facing another challenge; a lawsuit stating that the law may violate Nevada’s Constitution.
An attempted armed robbery of a 7-Eleven on Cheyenne Avenue and Civic Center Drive in North Las Vegas turned into a shootout on Thursday Morning that left the suspected robber, 24-year-old Rashad Ryan dead when an armed citizen inside the store shot the suspect.