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Want to know if a local Nevada business is a FOE to Firearm Owners or is PRO 2A? Check Here! We list all businesses that we are aware of that fall into one of those two categories.
FOE: These are business that do not allow for the carrying of firearms in one form or another. They can either not allow just open carry, concealed carry, or not at all. Check the businesses details for exact information.
PRO: We also list those businesses that only are unequivocally and/or vocally Pro-2A and not only allow firearms in their business but actually openly welcomes law-abiding firearm carrying citizens into their place of business.
It Depends: You may occasionally come across this designation... This is a business that sort of falls in the middle of the two. While they may not be completely anti-firearms on their premises, they may only allow one type of carry (CCW or Open Carry) but not not both.
Up and Down Vote Each Business (Up Vote if You Like the Business, Mainly Pro, and Down Vote the Businesses You Don't Like, Mainly Foe).
REGISTERED WEBSITE USERS and NETWORK MEMBERS can discuss each business on the Business's Listing page. Discussion Area is located directly underneath the business's information.
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Nevada Law - No Firearms Signs in Nevada carry no weight of law HOWEVER if the premises has a No Firearms or Weapons sign posted they can ask you to leave and/or secure your firearm. If a sign is posted anywhere on the premises and an employee of that premises ask you to leave YOU MUST DO SO. If you do not comply they can call law enforcement and you can, and most likely will, be arrested for (at a minimum) TRESPASSING.
NRS 202.3673 states that a CCW Permit Holder MAY carry a concealed firearm while they are on the premises of any public building UNLESS it is a School/University/College (including parking lots), Licensed Childcare Facility (including home-based), Any Building on an Airport Property, or Any Public Building that has a metal detector at each public entrance or a sign posted at each public entrance indicating that no firearms are allowed in the building, UNLESS the permit holder is not prohibited from carrying a concealed firearm while they are on the premises of the public building (Judge at a Courthouse where they preside, a Prosecuting Attorney, an Employee of the Public Building) OR the permit holder has received written permission from the person in control of the public building to carry a concealed firearm while the permittee is on the premises of the public building.
As defined by NRS 202.3673, “Public building” means any building or office space occupied by:
- Any component of the Nevada System of Higher Education and used for any purpose
related to the System; or
- The Federal Government, the State of Nevada or any county, city, school district or other
political subdivision of the State of Nevada and used for any public purpose. If only part of
the building is occupied by an entity described in this subsection, the term means ONLY that portion of the building which is so occupied.
The above (NRS 202.3673) is only applicable to carrying concealed weapon. Open Carry is NOT prohibited in these locations unless otherwise notated as a Prohibited location below.
Open Carry, or otherwise POSSESSION of any firearm in and of itself, IS PROHIBITED at: All Schools/Colleges/Universities (to include parking lots); Federal Buildings/Property (including Post Offices [to include parking lots], the VA, Social Security, Military Bases, Hoover Dam); Secure Areas of Airports (areas at and past TSA checkpoints and non-public areas); Buildings inside National Parks; Non-Public areas of Public Buildings; Any State Legislative Building where Legislature is conducting business; Libraries Where and When Posted.
For More Info on Nevada Firearm Laws, we encourage you to visit our Nevada Gun Owner Guide (coming soon) or visit Nevada Carry which has more in-depth information and history.