Nevada is a state that guarantees its citizens the right to own firearms for lawful purposes. It is one of the most pro-gun states in the country. Article 1 Section 11 of the Nevada constitution states "Every citizen has the right to keep and bear arms for security and defense, for lawful hunting and recreational use and for other lawful purposes".
Open Carry of Firearms
Nevada law does not expressly prohibit the open carry of handguns. A person may carry a handgun without having a CCW permit as long as the gun is not hidden/concealed on their person (ie, in a hip holster). The handgun must be clearly visible.
Concealed Carry of Firearms
Nevada allows a person to carry a handgun concealed/hidden on their person. A concealed carry weapon (CCW) permit is required.
Carry in Vehicles
Loaded revolvers and pistols may be transported inside a vehicle. However, if the handgun is concealed on the person, a CCW permit is required.
State Pre-emption Law
Nevada has state laws (called "pre-emption laws") that prohibit counties and municipalities from enacting firearms laws (except with regard to the discharge of firearms). Specifically, NRS 244.364, NRS 268.418, and NRS 269.222.
You may not carry a firearm in any of the following...
Armed Guard Card
CCW and Armed Guard Card are two completely different licenses. We do not offer AGC classes. Those seeking employement as an armed security guard must complete a 2-day AGC class and obtain a TAM card.
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