Every year, by July 1 the Dept. of Public Safety updates the list of what states' CCW permits are recognized in Nevada. Permits were added this year. Compare this year's list to 2021's list. 29 states versus last year's draw-down of 21 states. 2022 additions and returning members are: Florida, Mississippi (enhanced), Nebraska, North Dakota (Class 1), Ohio, South Carolina, South Dakota (enhanced), and Virginia.
In 2021, someone screwed up and removed Ohio and South Dakota. Florida was reportedly honoring Nevada's permit even though they only honor states that honor their permits. Apparently states that don't respond to Nevada's formal request about training/database standards got dropped last year.
There are two requirements for Nevada to recognize another state's permit: 1. NRS 202.3689 requires training, which some states, like Washington, don't require. 2. The major issue is the issuing state has the permits in a electronic database so that dispatchers and cops can run the permit without having to call the issuing authority.
Clayton E. Cramer
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