I would definitely recommend non-residents go with another states like Utah. For non-Nevada residents, I believe Utah is recognized by all the states that recognizes NV and more states.
The only advantage NV permit gives over Florida is Minnesota as far as I know. But Florida is recognized bymany more states, and Minnesota recognizes the TX permit so there would be no point for a Texan to get an NV permit if they could get a Utah one or a Florida one.
NV residents unfortunately must get the NV permit though for it to be valid in NV. (And a few states that only recognize permits from the state of residency.)
yes with Utah you get WA but you have to attend a Utah training class and pay the instructor I don't have the time I would rather pay florida. by the time I sat in a 3-4 hour training class ( loss of time and the instructors fee) its cheaper for me to pay florida, beside I don't need Wa I need Oregon
I initially took the Nevada CCW class or a nonresident permit. Then, I found out the the instructor was certified to teach the Utah CCW class as well. For an additional $15, and some slightly different instruction pertaining to Utah, he signed my Utah application.
Then, I found out that Florida doesn't accept nonresident permits anymore (I can't get one in Kalifornia.), so I applied for a Florida nonresident since I go there every year. It was just at the time Florida DOACS had changed it to a 7 year permit. Lucky me!
I have a NV resident and UT+FL non-res. Adding UT onto the NV class was trivial, getting FL was simply paperwork.
I would like to add OR next. NV is a neighboring state to OR so we can apply although it's up to the discretion of the county sheriff to consider applications from residents of neighboring states. I need to research which counties are friendly to NV applicants and then apply on my next trip to OR.