jj45 wrote:First, welcome to OCDO!I walked in to the Las Vegas Gun Range and Firearms store by Blue Diamond Highway and Las Vegas Blvd. with OC because I was going to use the range. The clerk ask me if it was loaded I told him yes and he told me to go outside and unload it. When I came back in he ask me if I had a CCW and and I told him yes I do . He told me that It illegal in the state of Nevada to OC with your CCW registered weapon and that I was basically brandishing my firearms for OCing it. If I have another weapon that is not on my CCW permit then I can OC it. I didn't argue with him I just told him that I didn't know that, but I knew that it's perfectly legal to OC your CCW in Las Vegas but I wasn't sure if they changed something. Any takes on this. I love this store but I don't know if I'm going back there again. What do you guys think?
That guy doesn't have a clue and he is COMPLETELY WRONG!! There is NOTHING in the the NRSabout OC at all. Laws don't tell you what you CAN do, but only what is illegal. A CCW permit tells you that you CAN CC, not that you must.
Take a look at this thread here, it'll help:
Then bring that guy a copy of the flyer and show him where he is misinformed. If he insists, you may want to tell the owner/manager that if he insists in hiring people that are going to quote the law, they should actually know it. Doing otherwise is a disservice to law abiding citizens and their customers.