These are questions better asked in the individual state forums, but you got lucky. Welcome to Nevada, and to OCDO!
Now, personally, I avoid it, because you get all the discomfort of concealed carry while trying to enjoy only the legal freedom of open carry. There may also be perception issues which can come into play on private property. Someone might take issue with what they feel is an exposed concealed firearm, whereas have no issue with an obvious gun in an exposed holster. On their property, their feelings count.