The Latest News Related to Nevada Shooting Sports, Firearms Training, and Just About Anything as it Relates to Firearms Within the State of Nevada!
According to a Facebook post from a Nevada-based firearm's dealer, the Nevada Department of Public Safety has sent out alerts to Nevada FFL's that they are no longer allowed to accept expired identification for firearm purchases from persons under the age of 65.
According to news reports what appears to be the owner of Virginia City Gun Works and his son were killed over what is believed to be a long-standing legal dispute over money with the suspect. The motive however is still being investigated by police.
Front Sight Training Institute owner Ignatius Piazza has just released a statement stating that he is suing the State of Nevada over it's COVID-19 restrictions after demands and threats from the Nye County Commission and Nevada OSHA ahead of the facility's planned reopening on September 1st, 2020.
We reached out to the Nevada Sheriff's and Chief's Association in-regards to the current standing of expiring or expired CCW's within the state. In short, they state that as far as they are aware, all Law Enforcement office's have opened back up to normal operations and because of that the extension is NO LONGER IN EFFECT but they did state to check with your local sheriff's office to check the status of their CCW unit operations (see why later on in the story).