How Do I Get a Permit?
Nevada is a ‘shall issue’ state meaning if you take the state mandated gun safety & concealed carry class and pass all the requirements, you GET the permit!
First– Take a state certified 8-hour (min.) class on Gun Safety, Handgun Familiarization, Concealed Carry, and Nevada Laws. Two – After my class, take the official paperwork you get from me to Metro’s CCW Bureau and apply for the concealed carry permit.
Finally – WAIT for your permit to be mailed to you by Metro – in about 90 days!
You MAY apply for a Nevada CCW Permit if you –
- Can legally possess a firearm.
- Are 21 years of age or older at the time of your application.
- Successfully complete an approved firearms course in Clark County, paid for by the applicant.
- Submit all paperwork and pay the appropriate fees to the Metropolitan Police Department.
- Non-resident’s may also apply.
- You MAY NOT apply for a Nevada CCW if –
- You are under 21 years of age at the time you submit your application.
- You do not take an approved firearms course.
- You are a fugitive from justice.
- You have been judicially declared mentally incompetent or insane.
- You have been admitted to a mental health facility within the last 5 years.
- You have habitually used intoxicating liquor or a controlled substance to the extent your normal faculties are impaired. This includes DUI convictions within the five previous years and Medical Marijuana Patients.
- You have been convicted of a crime involving the use, or threatened use of force or violence, including misdemeanor convictions, within the last three (3) years.
- You have been convicted of a felony.
- You have been convicted of a crime involving domestic violence or stalking, or you are currently subject to a restraining order or other order of protection against violence.
- You are currently on parole or probation.
- You have been, within the preceding five (5) years, subject to any requirements imposed by a court as a condition to:
- Withholding the entry of judgment for your conviction of a felony, or
- Suspension of your sentence for the conviction of a felony, or
- Indictment by a Grand Jury.
You can also be denied if –
- You have made a false statement on any concealed carry application.
- You were dishonorably discharged from the Armed Forces.
- You are not lawfully admitted into or are no longer lawfully within the United States.
- You are prohibited from possessing a firearm under state and federal law, city and/or county ordinances.
See Costs and Fees for the cost of my class and the cost of the permits.