The recently released letter lists states for which Nevada will honor those states CCW Permits. Removed from the list are the following states in which Nevada will no longer recognize their CCW Permits:
In response to our request for information, Tara Olson, one of Nevada's Point of Contact Program Officers, responded back to our request with the following statement:
"The reason that Florida, South Carolina, South Dakota, and Virginia no longer have reciprocity with Nevada is they do not have an electronic database which identifies each individual who holds a valid CCW permit, issued by that State, in which Nevada law enforcement may access directly at any time. Ohio and Mississippi were sent numerous correspondences and never replied back to us, so they do not have reciprocity with Nevada. You did list Utah and they do have reciprocity with the state of Nevada."
It should be noted that Nevada does still recognize Utah's CCW permits, they just don't recognize their provisional permits which are for Utah residents that are ages 18 to 20.
The States to which Nevada Recognizes their CCW Permits are:
Pursuant to SB 175 and AB 488 of the 2015 Legislative Session, the state of Nevada will recognize concealed weapons permits from the following states:
Idaho Enhanced Permit
Mississippi (Enhanced permits only)
North Dakota (Class 1 only)
South Dakota (Enhanced permits only)
For the circumstances in which a holder of a permit issued by another state may carry concealed in Nevada please see NRS 202.3689.