There has been an influx of companies that have appeared on the internet offering online video only concealed carry classes. In addition to our own in-person training network and online store, we also offer an online concealed carry course. If you have been researching trying to understand the implications for Nevada and online concealed carry […]
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.
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.
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.
This article is meant to take a look at Nevada’s open and concealed carry laws so that you folks can get a better idea what is and is not legal in the state.
Question 1 on the ballot in November asks if Nevadans support an aggressive background check expansion for prospective gun owners in the state. We do not know how every citizen will vote in a few months, but we now know the stances of two of the most powerful state citizens.
Back in December 2015 the Virginia Attorney General announced that they would cease honoring the permits from 25 states that they previously did honor. This would have some far reaching impacts as six of those 25 states would also stop honoring the Virginia permit due to the decision. We outlined the implications in this previous […]
On February 1st, 2016 a change in policy by the State of Virginia caused over 20 state permits that were previously recognized in Virginia to no longer be honored there. If you live in one of those states, or a state that has never had reciprocity with Virginia this article will outline your options. Get […]
Who would have thought releasing a gun related app for smartphones would be so difficult and expensive? Over a year ago we started developing our mobile app with a few key objectives in mind. We wanted to create a powerful, “one stop” resource for American Gun Owners at no cost and free of advertising. After […]