I work in Nevada a lot and now that my Utah permit isn't recognized 'there' I have to get a Nevada permit. So on Saturday I will take their class at Arms-R-Us Ranch. In the mean time I've been open carrying and locals don't even notice the N-frame revolver hanging on my belt... Tourists, on the other hand, have very wide eyes :laugh: Nevada requires an 8 hour class, written exam, a shooting qualification and their permit application is 5 pages long! From what I've read, I will be required to shoot from 3, 5, and 7 yards. At 3 yards I will have to shoot 6 rounds with each left and right hand. Longer distances are 12 rounds with any style you prefer. I think I have to score a 252 out of a possible 360 to qualify. I carry revolvers so will qualify with only one gun. If carrying semiauto, one must qualify with every gun you'll ever carry concealed. Every 3 years, 5 years for residents, I'll have to attend a class to qualify for permit renewal. This all feels really oppressive after qualifying in Washington by not being a criminal.