Frequently asked questions

Which other US States can I carry in after obtaining my CCW?

Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming

Which States are not Nevada CCW permit friendly?

California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina & Washington.

Can we do the whole class virtually?

No. All handgun training must take place in Nevada, online or out of state courses will not be accepted.

What places are off-limits for CCW in the state?

-Airports -Public schools and private schools -Child-care facilities -Facilities belonging to the University of Nevada, the Community College System, any other vocational/technical school -Law enforcement agency facilities -Courthouses and courtrooms -Hoover Dam -Prisons, jails and detention facilities -Any buildings with metal detectors or signs prohibiting firearms at each public entrance -Any place where the carrying of firearms is prohibited by Federal Law.

How long does it take for me to get my CCW after I complete the state requirements?

120 days. Applications for CCW are required by law to be processed within 120 days. If you have not recieved your permit within that time, call the Fingerprint Bureau at 702-828-3271.

Do you issue my CCW Permit yourself?

No, I provide the class that is required by the state. In Nevada, Concealed carry permits are issued by the sheriff in the applicants county of residence. If you reside in Clark County, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department issues your CCW.

How soon can I submit my renewel request?

Renewal applications in Nevada can be submitted 120 days before they expire date on a permit.

What is a CCW?

CCW means: Carrying a concealed weapon A concealed weapon is a handgun (whether loaded or unloaded) carried upon a person in such a manner as not to be discernible by ordinary observation. (NRS 202.3653)

How long is my CCW permit Valid

Five years.

How much is the state going to charge me when I go to apply for my permit?

New application — $98.25 Renewal application — $63.25 Late renewal application — $78.25 Renewal application (more than 120 days late) — $98.25 New CCW permit — $60.00 Renewed CCW permit — $25.00 Name change — $25.00 Duplicate permit/late fee/address change — $15.00

What should I wear on the day of shooting qualification?

- Comfortable shoes or tatical boots. We will be shooting in the dessert, so be prepared to get some dust on whatever you're wearing. No heels or open-toed shoes. - Crewneck style shirts that have sleeves are suggested. Flying brass may find its way more easily to your skin if you are wearing a low-cut/sleeveless shirt. - Eye Protection (Required) - Ear Protection (Required) - Light-weight comfortable clothing that you can easily move in. During the summer months, there is no A/C outdoors so I suggest light colors and breathable fabrics - Gun Holster

Do you offer private shooting lessons?

Yes! Contact me to book a private course.

If I am a current Medical Marijuana Patient, can I obtain a concealed weapons permit?


What are some reasons I may not get my CCW permit approved?

According to Las Vegas Metro: -An outstanding warrant of arrest (including Traffic) -A felony conviction. -Judicially declared incompetent or insane. -Habitual abuser of drugs or alcohol (including DUI and Medical Marijuana). -A conviction for a violent crime including a misdemeanor. -A conviction for domestic violence or stalking. -Currently subject to a restraining order, injunction, or other order of protection involving domestic violence. -Currently on parole or probation. -A pending entry of a felony conviction or recent suspension of a sentence for a felony. -Pending criminal charges. -False statements on the application. -Dishonorable Discharge from the military.

How difficult are the written and shooting tests to get my Nevada CCW?

They are both very simple. The shooting test can be repeated until you qualify.

What if it rains, snows or pigs are flying the day of the shooting qualification?

If class needs to be rescheduled for any reason, I will reach out to you.

Do I have to pay a deposit to reserve my spot in the course?

Yes, a $20 deposit is required prior to the course.

Is the deposit refundable?

Yes, in the event that the instructor cancels the course for any reason your $20 deposit will be returned to you. If you cancel your class after paying the deposit, your deposit will not be refunded. Class sizes are limited, please do not commit to attending unless you plan to attend.