Oklahoma Permit No Longer Honored In Nevada

Sad news for those in the Great State of Oklahoma that like to visit Nevada. Your concealed carry permit is no longer honored.

Unlike most states which seem to willy nilly determine reciprocity, Nevada actually has a statute that guides their State Agency on what permits they will recognize.

That law, NRS 202.3689 has 2 requirements for reciprocity. First, that the state require a person to complete any training, class or program before the issuance of a permit to carry and second that the state has an electronic database which identifies those with permits which a law enforcement officer in Nevada can access.

Since Oklahoma continues to require proof of training and competence in order to apply for a permit I'm left to assume that there is an issue with Nevada being able to access a database of permitees and that has led to Nevada ceasing to honor the OK permit.

In case you Nevada folk are wondering, this has no impact on Oklahoma's policy to honor the Nevada and all other permits from all other states.

About Jacob Paulsen

Jacob S. Paulsen is the President of ConcealedCarry.com. ConcealedCarry.com provides in-person and online firearm training for American gun owners. The Company is currently teaching in-person classes in 25+ states with a team of more than 55 instructors. Jacob is a NRA certified instructor & Range Safety Officer, USCCA certified instructor and training counselor, Utah BCI instructor, Affiliate instructor for Next Level Training, Graduate and certified instructor for The Law of Self Defense, and a Glock and Sig Sauer Certified Armorer. He resides in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado with his wife and children.

2 Comments

  1. Leonard on July 11, 2024 at 10:23 am

    As an instructor in OK, I appreciate you sharing the information with us!

  2. Mark on July 13, 2024 at 8:46 am

    How sad ☹️

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