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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimf5 View Post
    Hi All:
    I have been going to the Nevada Legistative site to check on AB 282 and it seems that it is not current. AB 282 is still in enrollment. Where are you getting your info from? I don't dispute your info, I just would like to know where to look for current status.

    jimf5
    enrollment = passed legislature and sent to governor for signature/veto.

    As of 07-15-2011, Governor Sandoval has yet to sign or veto it.
    “If someone has a gun and is trying to kill you, it would be reasonable to shoot back with your own gun.” - Dalai Lama (Seattle Times, 05-15-2001).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quiet View Post
    enrollment = passed legislature and sent to governor for signature/veto.

    As of 07-15-2011, Governor Sandoval has yet to sign or veto it.
    Let's all hope he does. I'm pretty sick of the Nevada legislature and the governors screwing around with this issue.

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    On 06-17-2011, AB282 was signed into law and goes into effect on 07-01-2011.

    AB282 changes several aspects of NV CCW laws.

    #1) AB282 changes semi-auto pistols into a category.
    So, qualify with one semi-auto pistol and you can carry any semi-auto pistol.
    AB282 supersedes AB143, therefore the semi-auto firearm category change goes into effect on 07-01-2011, instead of 10-01-2011.

    #2) AB282 provides permit holder confidentiality.

    #3) AB282 allows permit holders to legally carry in state parks.

    #4) AB282 allows permit holders to meet the required qualification for NICS exemptions to firearms transfered via FFL dealer. Actual NICS exemption is pending final approval from BATFE.
    “If someone has a gun and is trying to kill you, it would be reasonable to shoot back with your own gun.” - Dalai Lama (Seattle Times, 05-15-2001).

  5. Ab 282

    AB 282 was signed into law this morning by Governor Sandoval. It all goes into law on July 1st. The only bills that didn't get to final vote and passage was AB231. That was the "campus carry" bill. Every other gun bill passed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quiet View Post
    On 06-17-2011, AB282 was signed into law and goes into effect on 07-01-2011.

    AB282 changes several aspects of NV CCW laws.

    #1) AB282 changes semi-auto pistols into a category.
    So, qualify with one semi-auto pistol and you can carry any semi-auto pistol.
    AB282 supersedes AB143, therefore the semi-auto firearm category change goes into effect on 07-01-2011, instead of 10-01-2011.

    #2) AB282 provides permit holder confidentiality.

    #3) AB282 allows permit holders to legally carry in state parks.

    #4) AB282 allows permit holders to meet the required qualification for NICS exemptions to firearms transfered via FFL dealer. Actual NICS exemption is pending final approval from BATFE.
    Quote Originally Posted by dreallsach View Post
    AB 282 was signed into law this morning by Governor Sandoval. It all goes into law on July 1st. The only bills that didn't get to final vote and passage was AB231. That was the "campus carry" bill. Every other gun bill passed.
    Thanks folks for clearing the AB 282 thing up for us. I started trying to follow all the assembly actions and bills, but soon lost track of exactly what was happening to each.

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    Correction!

    Quote Originally Posted by Quiet View Post
    On 06-17-2011, AB282 was signed into law and goes into effect on 07-01-2011.

    AB282 changes several aspects of NV CCW laws.

    #1) AB282 changes semi-auto pistols into a category.
    So, qualify with one semi-auto pistol and you can carry any semi-auto pistol.
    AB282 supersedes AB143, therefore the semi-auto firearm category change goes into effect on 07-01-2011, instead of 10-01-2011.

    #2) AB282 provides permit holder confidentiality.

    #3) AB282 allows permit holders to legally carry in state parks. [Incorrect; see below]

    #4) AB282 allows permit holders to meet the required qualification for NICS exemptions to firearms transfered via FFL dealer. Actual NICS exemption is pending final approval from BATFE.
    Actually, we already had carry concealed (with permit) in state parks.

    AB-282 gives us open carry in state parks. See AB-282 http://www.leg.state.nv.us/Session/7...B/AB282_EN.pdf; Legislative Counsel's Digest says:
    Existing law also allows the Administrator of the Division of State Parks of the
    State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources to adopt regulations,
    including, without limitation, prohibitions and restrictions on activities within parks
    or recreational facilities within the jurisdiction of the Division. (NRS 407.0475)
    Existing administrative regulations allow a person to carry a concealed firearm in a
    state park if the person complies with existing laws concerning the carrying of
    concealed weapons
    but prohibit a person from discharging a firearm in a state park.
    (NAC 407.105) Any person who violates a regulation adopted by the Administrator
    is guilty of a misdemeanor. (NRS 407.0475) While existing law prohibits the
    discharge of a firearm under various circumstances, it also provides certain
    defenses for violating such provisions by allowing a person to make sufficient
    resistance to prevent the occurrence of certain offenses. (NRS 202.280-202.290,
    193.230-193.250)
    Section 5 of this bill prohibits the Administrator from adopting any regulation
    concerning the possession of firearms in state parks or recreational facilities which
    is more restrictive than the laws of this State relating to: (1) the possession of
    firearms
    ; and (2) engaging in lawful resistance to prevent an offense against a
    person or property. Section 5 also voids any regulation which conflicts with such
    laws
    .

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