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Before I forget: couple of other things I wanted to mention about the cc class and the police dept. that I went to with the paperwork.
During the class the a question came up about ammo storage. The instructor, an armorer and former police officer
stated for long term you might want to consider one of those food saver machines. Inexpensive, keeps the air/oxygen out and is waterproof. If you have a stash on a boat that would be a smart way to go, no?

I asked the officer doing my fingerprinting how busy they were. Now here in Las Vegas (population approx 2 million) she said the cc applications have been substantially been increasing for the last several yrs. (since the Obama coronation?), presently doing about 100 to 200 per day (that's the total for the 2 locations in the city). The % of people who are qualified to carry here is indeed huge.
The Boy Scouts got it right..."Be Prepared"

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Where can't you go aside from government offices and buildings in NV with your legal carry? Casinos? Libraries? Bars? Parks?

--Brant

Except as otherwise provided in NRS 202.265 and subsections 2 and 3 of NRS 202.3673, a permittee shall not carry a concealed firearm into:

1.  Any facility of a law enforcement agency;

2.  A prison, county or city jail or detention facility;

3.  A courthouse or courtroom;

4.  Any facility of a public or private school;

5.  Any facility of a vocational or technical school, or of the Nevada System of Higher Education;

6.  Any other building owned or occupied by the Federal Government, the State or a local government; or

7.  Any other place in which the carrying of a concealed firearm is prohibited by state or federal law.

-J

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Where can't you go aside from government offices and buildings in NV with your legal carry? Casinos? Libraries? Bars? Parks?

--Brant

Except as otherwise provided in NRS 202.265 and subsections 2 and 3 of NRS 202.3673, a permittee shall not carry a concealed firearm into:

1.  Any facility of a law enforcement agency;

2.  A prison, county or city jail or detention facility;

3.  A courthouse or courtroom;

4.  Any facility of a public or private school;

5.  Any facility of a vocational or technical school, or of the Nevada System of Higher Education;

6.  Any other building owned or occupied by the Federal Government, the State or a local government; or

7.  Any other place in which the carrying of a concealed firearm is prohibited by state or federal law.

-J

The question was "aside from"? But I appreciate the list.

--Brant

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Based on what I remember from the class I would think this is the entire list. Casinos, restaurants, parks and bars are ok, that is if they don't post a no firearms sign at the entrance. Even with a sign posted one can legally be on those premises with a concealed firearm...what they don't see they don't know. If they spot a poorly concealed weapon on you they can ask you to leave in which case its best to do so. Why start a commotion?

With regard to National Parks heres some info:

http://www.nps.gov/grca/learn/management/upload/Firearms-in-IMRparks2-2010.pdf

-J

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Here's some info regarding liability insurance I came across on the Guns & Ammo site. Definitely worth exploring, especially if one intends to conceal carry:
http://www.gunsandammo.com/network-topics/personal-defense-network/choose-concealed-carry-insurance/

Also, from the same site, best states for concealed carry:

http://www.gunsandammo.com/personal-defense/best-states-concealed-carry-2014/

States that have stand your ground laws on the books:

http://criminal.findlaw.com/criminal-law-basics/states-that-have-stand-your-ground-laws.html

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Rand Paul spearheading legislation to stop our messiah from pushing new gun control measures:

http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/presidential-races/263932-paul-aims-to-reign-in-obama-on-guns

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Gov. Chris, I'll have another donut, Christie deciding what your needs are:

"The commission recommended “changes to expand the ‘justifiable need’ standard for the issuance of firearm carry permits.” This “justifiable need” clause arose from the fact that the Second Amendment is not viewed as a sufficient cause for concealed carry in New Jersey. Those who wish to carry must apply to the state for permission, and the state grants permission based on whether the applicant shows a need that makes carrying a gun a necessity, in the state’s opinion"

Read the entire article here:

http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/12/22/chris-christie-supports-clarifying-new-jersey-gun-laws/

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Gov. Chris, I'll have another donut, Christie deciding what your needs are:

"The commission recommended “changes to expand the ‘justifiable need’ standard for the issuance of firearm carry permits.” This “justifiable need” clause arose from the fact that the Second Amendment is not viewed as a sufficient cause for concealed carry in New Jersey. Those who wish to carry must apply to the state for permission, and the state grants permission based on whether the applicant shows a need that makes carrying a gun a necessity, in the state’s opinion"

Read the entire article here:

http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/12/22/chris-christie-supports-clarifying-new-jersey-gun-laws/

I backed him the first time because anything was better than the status quo.

He has accomplished some good, however, his 2nd Amendment position and the judicial appointments that he made ended my risk factors and I would not vote for him again for any position.

He is entertaining though...

A...

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Gov. Chris, I'll have another donut, Christie deciding what your needs are:

"The commission recommended “changes to expand the ‘justifiable need’ standard for the issuance of firearm carry permits.” This “justifiable need” clause arose from the fact that the Second Amendment is not viewed as a sufficient cause for concealed carry in New Jersey. Those who wish to carry must apply to the state for permission, and the state grants permission based on whether the applicant shows a need that makes carrying a gun a necessity, in the state’s opinion"

Read the entire article here:

http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/12/22/chris-christie-supports-clarifying-new-jersey-gun-laws/

I backed him the first time because anything was better than the status quo.

He has accomplished some good, however, his 2nd Amendment position and the judicial appointments that he made ended my risk factors and I would not vote for him again for any position.

He is entertaining though...

A...

I also liked him in the beginning but he's not my top choice as of the moment. Trump or Cruz seem best.

And yes, he would be a monumental improvement over the current messiah or the witch.

-J

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Here's our protectors, protecting us from those evil black guns:

https://www.congress.gov/bill/114th-congress/house-bill/4269/text

They should post that bill on all the corners in Chicago...and I am sure our brethren their will obey that law if it ever somehow survived to passage.

Yeah...right!

A...

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Here's our protectors, protecting us from those evil black guns:

https://www.congress.gov/bill/114th-congress/house-bill/4269/text

They should post that bill on all the corners in Chicago...and I am sure our brethren their will obey that law if it ever somehow survived to passage.

Yeah...right!

A...

Adam, don't forget Detroit & L.A.

They're going after the producers (as usual), blaming their products for all the killings.

In addition to the firearms themselves (the list is long), magazines, pistol grips, cylinders, barrels, stocks, etc. would be subject to their whims. Holsters are surely next. Un f.....g real!

When you look at producers that would be affected you wonder who is not included. Think they've got everyone, especially the giants of the industry: S&W, Ruger, H&K, Browning, Colt, Glock, Remington, Sig Sauer, Springfield etc.

Back in the early part of this year, they tried, unsuccessfully & via the ATF, to get the "green tip" banned ( armour-piercing). The full story on that is here:

http://www.infowars.com/the-real-reason-atf-is-backing-down-from-green-tip-ammo-ban/

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That is why the technology involved in the 3D printing platforms is so powerful.

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Those who prefer revolvers for concealed carry may want to consider the Model 638 from S&W (I have one).

Quite small & less than 1 lb!

Fits unnoticeably in front pants pocket, as well as inside a jacket, on the ankle and inside the waist.

Shrouded hammer prevents it getting caught on clothing during draw.

Reasonable firepower. Built to handle .38 Spl +P

A close quarters firearm.

Single action/ double action.

More reliable than semi-autos (as like all revolvers, there are no potential feeding issues). You have 5 ready to go.

Well made, as expected.

http://www.smith-wesson.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Product4_750001_750051_764944_-1_757768_757767_757751_ProductDisplayErrorView_Y

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23 million firearm-related backround checks performed by the FBI in 2015...an all time record high.

http://freebeacon.com/issues/all-time-gun-sales-records-set-in-2015/

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S&W, a top producer of those "evil black rifles", offers to the public a high capacity (30+1), medium range...effective to approx. 300 yds for hunting up to medium sized game, target shooting and as a defensive firearm. These can be had for around $700, which is very reasonable, considering the quality and what it's designed to do. This platform is also, with modification, made for those who reside in the gun hostile States. Additionally, the platform is also produced with a host of built in accessories.

Can't get a better AR type... in 5.56mm NATO... rifle for that price imo. Ammo is plentiful and priced around .30-.50 cts. per round...depending on the loading, type of case and bullet, etc.

http://www.smith-wesson.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Product4_750001_750051_846047_-1_757784_757784_757784_ProductDisplayErrorView_Y

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Well, if the N.Y. "legislators" can't prevent law abiding citizens from getting firearms, they'll just prevent them from getting ammo.

This is un-f...ing believable:

http://www.brooklyneagle.com/articles/2015/12/21/brooklyn-lawmakers-seek-tightly-restrict-sales-ammo-statewide

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Well, if the N.Y. "legislators" can't prevent law abiding citizens from getting firearms, they'll just prevent them from getting ammo.

This is un-f...ing believable:

http://www.brooklyneagle.com/articles/2015/12/21/brooklyn-lawmakers-seek-tightly-restrict-sales-ammo-statewide

It will work as well as the cigarette ban, drug ban and any other ban which is why we will have a flourishing black market it all those commodities.

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They've gone stupid-silly.

I'm all for these idiots taking their clothes off in public.

I'm all for people living in such states getting what they deserve, including more people packing up and moving to somewhere more rational. New York is so bad even California is better. (It's the climate.)

I made the move from New Jersey in 1995--high taxes and gun laws.

--Brant

in AZ it's open carry or concealed carry with cc permit your personal option (we are number 1 best in the west and all the rest [of the world])

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