Nevada

Nevada AB 255 - Reciprocity

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LEAP Forward Position: Oppose

LEAP Forward Position: Oppose

Nevada AB 255

Revises provisions relating to permits to carry concealed firearms

by John Ellison (R), Al Kramer (R), James Settelmeyer (R), Robin Titus (R), Jim Wheeler III (R) with Chris Edwards (R), Lisa Krasner (R), Jill Tolles (R)

Last Action: Read first time. Referred to Committee on Judiciary. To printer.


Existing law provides that a person who possesses a permit to carry a concealed firearm which was issued by a state that meets certain requirements for reciprocity with Nevada may carry a concealed firearm in Nevada pursuant to that permit, but if the person becomes a resident of Nevada and wishes to continue to carry a concealed firearm, the person must obtain a permit from Nevada within 60 days after becoming a resident of Nevada. (NRS 202.3688, 202.3689) Section 2 of this bill removes the 60-day requirement and authorizes such a person who becomes a resident of Nevada to continue to carry a concealed firearm in Nevada with the permit issued from the other state which meets certain requirements for reciprocity until the expiration of that permit.