Quote Originally Posted by Swinokur View Post
My point was not the legality or the ability of NV to know what you may carry. They will simply state that the requirement of listing your weapons is to show proficiency and knowledge of a deadly weapon, which a court will probably interrpret as a reasonable requirement and not one that would violate the 2A. NV would still be considered a shall issue state. The comparison to the drivers license was to illustrate the requirement to show proficiency in the name of public safety, not to compare a right or privilege.

being functionally "disarmed" because your gun needs to go out to be repaired would be irrelevant to NV as far as the 2A goes IMO.
Have to agree with you on the repairs; if you only have one car or one gun, when it's in the shop, you're naked and taking the bus.