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AAshooter
09-27-2007, 20:03
http://news.rgj.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070927/NEWS18/70927004&oaso=news.rgj.com/breakingnews

Steve Koski
09-27-2007, 20:11
Sweet! Thanks for the info.

GixxerSixxer
09-27-2007, 23:56
Wow, that will be nice.

UtahBen
09-28-2007, 00:46
It's about time!

RMTactical
09-28-2007, 14:59
Very glad. Now I don't have to renew my Nevada permit. :)

DevinB
09-28-2007, 21:45
That's great news!

muscles
09-28-2007, 21:50
inlaws live in mesquite nv. glad i dont have to worry about it anymore...soon!

dgsaudio
09-29-2007, 00:14
Nice! Just in time for my frontsight trip

wack86
09-29-2007, 05:37
So what about Clark County? Will you be able to carry there with a Utah CCW?

RMTactical
09-29-2007, 12:50
Originally posted by wack86
So what about Clark County? Will you be able to carry there with a Utah CCW?

Sounds like it, but you will have to get a blue card at the police station when you get there...

UtahBen
09-29-2007, 13:07
Originally posted by dgsaudio
Nice! Just in time for my frontsight trip

When/what is your trip? I am doing 4 day defensive pistol on 11/9.

dgsaudio
09-29-2007, 13:12
Mine is next weekend, the 4 day defensive pistol on 10/5. Should be fun! I'm taking my wife. Coming from a fairly liberal family (for utah!) she's kind of nervous but is staying positive.

ustate
10-02-2007, 08:48
It is now official, we're legal in Nevada. I almost put in for a Nevada permit since I have a brother that lives out there, don't need to anymore. I also noticed that Pennsylvania is there now also, thats a new addition too isn't it?

http://bci.utah.gov/CFP/CFPFAQ/FAQOther.html

UtahIrishman
10-02-2007, 21:01
Originally posted by RMTactical
Sounds like it, but you will have to get a blue card at the police station when you get there...

Gorelicks, what's the blue card for?

dgsaudio
10-02-2007, 23:26
I think if you're planning on staying in Clark County for 30 days or more (or something like that) you need to go register your firearms with the PD. Dont quote me on the time.

RMTactical
10-03-2007, 00:21
It's registration of your gun in Clark county. The blue card is suppose to be with the gun at all times. Pretty sure the time limit to register it is much less than 30 days, but I could be wrong.

UtahIrishman
10-05-2007, 22:19
Interesting about the registration in Clark County. I think I'll steer clear of Clark County. Good to know I can travel I-80 to the California Border now without stowing my pistol though.

But alas hit Reno and I have to pull over unload and lock up gun and bullets separately for the last 75 miles to Sacramento. At least no registration is required when visiting in California.

RyDC
10-06-2007, 20:48
Originally posted by UtahIrishman
Interesting about the registration in Clark County. I think I'll steer clear of Clark County. Good to know I can travel I-80 to the California Border now without stowing my pistol though.

But alas hit Reno and I have to pull over unload and lock up gun and bullets separately for the last 75 miles to Sacramento. At least no registration is required when visiting in California.

Same for me. 'cept I get to stow my pistol in the lockbox soon as I hit lovely Primm, Nevada.

Now if only we could get California to reciprocate. That would be a kicker, eh?