Since October of 1995, Nevada law has stated that those who wish to carry a concealed firearm must first become licensed with a Nevada concealed weapons permit. The application process requires all applicants to be fingerprinted, photographed and even investigated before issuing the concealed weapons permit.
The criteria for any person who wishes to obtain a Nevada concealed weapons permit is as follows:
You will be unable to apply for a Nevada's concealed firearms permit if you answer yes to any of the following questions.
Remember, if you answered yes to any of the questions above, the state of Nevada will not be able to consider your application for a concealed weapons permit.
If you did not answer yes to any of the above questions you are eligible to apply for the Nevada concealed weapons permit. To get started with the application you must: