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Old 10-12-2021, 9:56 PM
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What are the laws to resettling your guns into NV? I just recently bought a 2nd home out there and was just wondering what the laws are if let's say I get pulled over by NV police and they see that I have my rifles in the trunk.
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Old 10-12-2021, 10:35 PM
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In the unlikely event of the police pulling you over. (Useful tip: Don't drive like an idiot.)
Politely tell them what you're doing and ask what ranges are near your new home. Then expect to spend 20-30 minutes of discussion of favorite guns etc.
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Clark county use to have registration and that expired / ended


Check with your local agency to see if there are any local laws you should be aware of during the move
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What are the laws to resettling your guns into NV? I just recently bought a 2nd home out there and was just wondering what the laws are if let's say I get pulled over by NV police and they see that I have my rifles in the trunk.
The only thing I can think of is not to have any long guns loaded if you are carrying them in the car. Handguns are fine loaded. (Be discreet, if the cop can see your rifles in the car, so can thieves.)

No storage requirements AFAIK, but if this is your 2nd home and you aren't there all the time, make it as secure as you can.

There is no CCW reciprocity between CA and NV. You can conceal the loaded handgun in the car, but not carry it with you when you leave the car, unless you have a NV CCW or one from a reciprocating state.

You may legally open carry in NV but some blue city cop, e.g. LVMPD, may hassle you. You may open carry that loaded AR pistol, but some libs would bug their eyes out and still call the cops. Especially if you aren't wearing a mask LOL
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Old 10-13-2021, 1:10 AM
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You have no obligation to tell them you have guns, if they ask, don't lie. Bring them in and don't worry. I am in Nevada.
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I remember when I first moved to Las Vegas, it's a different world. Great advice from all the other posts. I was there when they got rid of the blue cards for handguns. Just be smart and unlike CA, NV gun laws are a lot more common sense (for now)

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Old 10-13-2021, 5:19 AM
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The only thing I can think of is not to have any long guns loaded if you are carrying them in the car. Handguns are fine loaded. (Be discreet, if the cop can see your rifles in the car, so can thieves.)



No storage requirements AFAIK, but if this is your 2nd home and you aren't there all the time, make it as secure as you can.



There is no CCW reciprocity between CA and NV. You can conceal the loaded handgun in the car, but not carry it with you when you leave the car, unless you have a NV CCW or one from a reciprocating state.



You may legally open carry in NV but some blue city cop, e.g. LVMPD, may hassle you. You may open carry that loaded AR pistol, but some libs would bug their eyes out and still call the cops. Especially if you aren't wearing a mask LOL
You can open carry except for private property, like the strip and casinos. The strip is basically private property which is how they can get around the open carry and ccw laws. No carry allowed at all even with a CCW. Casinos are currently developing technology to detect if your carrying a firearm or not.

Fun fact the current strip isn't technically in Las Vegas, it's in an unincorporated area next to Las Vegas. Huge no no carrying in touristy areas.

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You can open carry except for private property, like the strip and casinos. The strip is basically private property which is how they can get around the open carry and ccw laws. No carry allowed at all even with a CCW. Casinos are currently developing technology to detect if your carrying a firearm or not.

Fun fact the current strip isn't technically in Las Vegas, it's in an unincorporated area next to Las Vegas. Huge no no carrying in touristy areas.

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What penal code says no carrying on the strip?
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You can open carry except for private property, like the strip and casinos. The strip is basically private property which is how they can get around the open carry and ccw laws. No carry allowed at all even with a CCW. Casinos are currently developing technology to detect if your carrying a firearm or not.

Fun fact the current strip isn't technically in Las Vegas, it's in an unincorporated area next to Las Vegas. Huge no no carrying in touristy areas.
Tons of FUD.

Open Carry and CCW (with permission slip) are legal everywhere except where prohibited by law.

Open Carry within a strip casino is highly frowned upon and will very likely get you asked to leave (or conceal). Leave or face criminal trespass.

Open Carry on the strip in general - scares the sheeple, you will get bothered eventually by law enforcement. Concealed carry - you'll be fine.

Concealed Carry in strip casinos. Your mileage may vary, but there is at least some possibility of being asked to leave. Leave or face criminal trespass.

There have been numerous reports of strip casinos scanning luggage if you use the bell desk to send luggage to your room. Detection of guns or gun accessories would then lead to being asked to store any guns with hotel security while on the property.
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Old 10-13-2021, 8:43 AM
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I'd not be comfortable leaving firearms in an unoccupied home, particularly in Las Vegas. There's quite a bit of squatters breaking in to unoccupied homes to try to "live" there. They did it to my home after we moved to CA and hadn't yet got rid of our house there. Now our home was fully empty, so perhaps a furnished home less of a risk. Though I worked with someone in Vegas who went on vacation for two weeks and came home to find his house completely empty, someone broke in and used a moving truck to strip it of everything. Lesson I guess is good security (cameras/system) and a proper safe are highly recommended.
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Old 10-13-2021, 9:40 AM
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Tons of FUD.

Open Carry and CCW (with permission slip) are legal everywhere except where prohibited by law.

Open Carry within a strip casino is highly frowned upon and will very likely get you asked to leave (or conceal). Leave or face criminal trespass.

Open Carry on the strip in general - scares the sheeple, you will get bothered eventually by law enforcement. Concealed carry - you'll be fine.

Concealed Carry in strip casinos. Your mileage may vary, but there is at least some possibility of being asked to leave. Leave or face criminal trespass.

There have been numerous reports of strip casinos scanning luggage if you use the bell desk to send luggage to your room. Detection of guns or gun accessories would then lead to being asked to store any guns with hotel security while on the property.
The only time and place I have seen anything posted about guns in a hotel was at Reno Gun shows - basically asking that guns be unloaded.

I have never had a hotel in Vegas or otherwise check my luggage or inquire about firearms.
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A couple of them had very discreet signs banning carry. SLS did, although maybe it's different now that it's the Sahara again. Some still don't care as long as it's well concealed. Some may make you take it off and leave it in the hotel safe while you're there.
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We just loaded up all of them in hard and soft cases and put them in the back of the SUV when we moved. Drive the speed limit and you shouldn't have a problem. No need to call attention to yourself.
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What are the laws to resettling your guns into NV? I just recently bought a 2nd home out there and was just wondering what the laws are if let's say I get pulled over by NV police and they see that I have my rifles in the trunk.
Transport them in accordance with Federal, CA, and NV laws (unloaded and encased or in a locked container).

It is not legal in NV to have a loaded long gun in or on a vehicle, while on a publically accessible highway/road/street/driveway/etc.

It is legal to have an unloaded long gun in a vehicle, as long as the vehicle is not on prohibited property (school/college/child care/Gov/etc).

Without a valid carry permit, it is legal to have a handgun, loaded or unloaded, in a vehicle, as long as it is not "concealed upon your person".
^"concealed upon your person" includes being on you concealed, your body being on top of it to conceal it from plain view, and it being in an unlocked portable container (purse, bag, pack, case, etc).

Without a valid carry permit is is not legal to conceal carry a handgun anywhere in NV.
^This includes being on private property, being inside your own residence, and being inside your own vehicle.

Open carry is legal in NV.
^Except on prohibited property (school/college/child care/Gov/etc) and on Tribal lands in NV.
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NV has reciprocity with AZ wrt carry permits.
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Thank you all . I hope that liberal garbage doesn't catch up to the NV legislature.

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NV has reciprocity with AZ wrt carry permits.
FYI.
NV laws requires a NV resident to have a valid NV CCW permit in order to legally conceal carry in NV and once a person becomes a NV resident they can no longer legally conceal carry in NV utilizing another State's permit, that is honored by NV, after 60 days of becoming a NV resident. [NRS 202.3688]

Which means...
1. CA resident with valid AZ CCW permit can legally conceal carry in NV.
2. That CA resident becomes a NV resident.
3. After 60 days of becoming a NV resident, they can no longer legally conceal carry in NV utilizing their AZ CCW permit and in order to legally conceal carry in NV, they must have a valid NV CCW permit.
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NO 80% guns is a new law. Even if serial numbered they are banned in the state. Move to AZ instead. That is now our target.
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You can open carry except for private property, like the strip and casinos. The strip is basically private property which is how they can get around the open carry and ccw laws. No carry allowed at all even with a CCW. Casinos are currently developing technology to detect if your carrying a firearm or not.

Fun fact the current strip isn't technically in Las Vegas, it's in an unincorporated area next to Las Vegas. Huge no no carrying in touristy areas.
A steaming mound of BS, nearly all of it.
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Thank you all . I hope that liberal garbage doesn't catch up to the NV legislature.

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Already has, as in California, Employers are no longer allowed to ask candidates about their prior compensation history. All part of equity and inclusion hitting Nevada. Just wondering when Nevada will start in impose a state income tax.


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NO 80% guns is a new law. Even if serial numbered they are banned in the state. Move to AZ instead. That is now our target.
Someone has got to vote NV Governor out of the office and certainly prevent the next liberal Gov and AG from being elected. 2020 election showed NV is not lost yet.

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I hope they don't use the same formula to elect these socialists. Example, the failed recall of newsom and the cheating of the 2020 elections

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