armed forces day
May 20, 2023
Nevada CCW | First Time and renewal
Honoring our 5 branches of the U.S. Military;
Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard
Identification must be provided through email.
By obtaining a CCW Nevada permit, you can carry a concealed firearm in 31 states. This class is thorough with valuable information and exceeds the minimum standards mandated by law for the permit application process. It is a minimum 8-hour required class for first time applicant and 4-hour minimum for renewal applicant, through the State of Nevada. Concealed Firearm Permits are valid for a period of 5 years.
Course includes: personal instruction, state proficiency test, state permit application, state approved B-27 target for pistol qualification, range fee and course completion certificate. You will walk away from this course empowered as a safer and more responsible firearm carrying citizen.
Special Pricing: $40.00 - Initial or Renewal
All applicants will sit in the same 8-hour class. Pistol qualifications to follow.
This course is taught by qualified instructors with outstanding qualifications. The material covered will include: state laws, responsibilities, ethical considerations, firearms safety, training and qualification as mandated by Nevada law. This course is a Metropolitan Police Department requirement and does not guarantee a CCW permit, as it is depends upon an in-depth background investigations. Background investigation can take up to 120 days.
This class is reserved for those who are currently serving, or have served in the U. S. Military.
Any person who meets the following criteria may apply for a concealed firearm permit:
Must be a U.S. citizen, or a legal resident alien.
Former, retired and current Military.
Must provide a copy of your DD-214, or Military Identification (a photograph of DD-214 is acceptable).
21 years of age or older, or 18-20 years of age currently serving or with a Honorable Discharge.
Ability to understand and demonstrate on the range the responsibility of safe firearm handling.
Must possess a firearm.