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  1. Specific qualifications

    Dumb question: Since the Utah permit is valid in NV there won’t be a specific type & caliber limitation or qualifications as there are in the NV CCW permit while carrying in NV?

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    Utah Lic.

    Quote Originally Posted by HK4U View Post
    Does Utah require that I take a course there?

    Thanks for the info.
    By faith Noah,being warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with fear,prepared an ark to the saving of his house;by the which he condemned the world,and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith Heb.11:7

  4. Utah wait time

    Quote Originally Posted by Quiet View Post
    You can take the Utah CCW course from a certified UT CCW instructor in other states and mail in your CCW packet.

    Be advised that Utah BCI is back logged on processing CCW applications due to soo many being submitted. So, get your class done and submit your packet, but don't expect it for like 2-6 months.
    I mailed out my application May 9th and received my permit October 6th

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    Quote Originally Posted by SG171A View Post
    Dumb question: Since the Utah permit is valid in NV there won’t be a specific type & caliber limitation or qualifications as there are in the NV CCW permit while carrying in NV?
    Whatever you cal legally carry with your UT CCW permit, you can legally carry in NV.

    Only additional thing you need to do, if you visit Clark County before 01-01-2008, is to register your handguns with LVMPD.

  6. How do we get Florida on that list?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwo51 View Post
    How do we get Florida on that list?
    Three things need to be done.

    1. Get Florida to change their requirement for issueing a CCW permit to meet or exceed that of Nevada. Currently Florida is below the standard mandated by Nevada.

    2. Get Florida to create an electronic database which identifies each individual who holds a valid permit to carry a concealed firearm and which also allows any law enforcement officers access to that database at any time. Currently, Florida does not have a database that meets these requirements.

    3. Once #1 & 2 are done, get the Nevada Sheriffs’ and Chiefs’ Association to agree with the Nevada DPS that Florida meets all the requirements and should be included on the list of approved out of state permits.

  8. Thank you . Is nevada a shall issue state.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwo51 View Post
    Thank you . Is nevada a shall issue state.
    Yes.

    The requirements Florida needs to change is in regards to training and qualifying with firearms.
    Last edited by Quiet; 10-27-2007 at 02:49 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quiet View Post
    Three things need to be done.

    1. Get Florida to change their requirement for issueing a CCW permit to meet or exceed that of Nevada. Currently Florida is below the standard mandated by Nevada.

    2. Get Florida to create an electronic database which identifies each individual who holds a valid permit to carry a concealed firearm and which also allows any law enforcement officers access to that database at any time. Currently, Florida does not have a database that meets these requirements.

    3. Once #1 & 2 are done, get the Nevada Sheriffs’ and Chiefs’ Association to agree with the Nevada DPS that Florida meets all the requirements and should be included on the list of approved out of state permits.
    Actually, Florida does meet the 24/7 verification requirement, as they have reciprocity with Virginia and West Virginia, both of which have similar requirements. However, Nevada, South Carolina, and a few other states need to stop wringing their hands about the minutiae of the required elements of a training course as a condition of establishing reciprocity with a state. I am really perplexed that Utah (which only requires a 3-hour class with no live firing test) made the list when even some of the states that have reciprocity with South Carolina (i.e., MI, NC,OH, TX, WY) did not. Delaware and New Mexico have more relaxed versions of reciprocity laws that require a reciprocal state to have a training requirement but only require that there be some form of training and do not take the fine-tooth comb approach of NV & SC.

    As long as licenses are going to be required, every state should adopt a "universal recognition" law like those in MI, IN, KY, TN, MO, OK, SD, ID, UT & AZ so that every other state's license will be recognized, subject only to possible conditions limiting recognition based on the age of the person and barring a resident of a state from using another state's license as an alternative to getting a home state license.

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    Do we know why?

    Florida wasn't put on the list until Jan 3, 2008?

    It's my understanding that Nevada DPS contacted the Florida AG instead of the Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services. Unless NV DPS contacts the appropriate agency for the recognition inquiry the process won't go anywhere. If nobody has a concrete answer as to why then I'll press NSCA with that question during the next public CCW meeting.

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