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    AB 231, another Constitutional Carry Bill

    AB231 is another constitutional carry bill we need to support.

    http://www.leg.state.nv.us/Session/7...ory.cfm?ID=515

    You can also add comments here:
    http://www.leg.state.nv.us/AppCF/Opinion/76th2011/Poll/

    It primarily differs from SB176 in that SB176 is also a bill to end registration in Clark County, and AB231 also eliminates 202.3673 and other regulations concerning permit holders. In SB176 as it reads currently by not making these changes, it would put current permit holders in the odd place of having more restrictions on where they can carry concealed than non-permit holders as well as require them to show their permit and ID on demand to police.
    Last edited by Felid`Maximus; 03-06-2011 at 12:20 PM.

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    hasnt

    Good point about. SB176. Arizona wound up with some very odd laws due to the same thing. In Az., oc in a restruant serving alcohol is illegal but you can concealed if you have a permit and the business hasn't posted a 'no firearms' sign. I don't want a confusing set of rules like that for Nevada!

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    Cool We Support AB 231, A Constitutional Carry Law in Nevada!

    AB231 is another constitutional carry bill we need to support.

    http://www.leg.state.nv.us/Session/7...ory.cfm?ID=515

    You can also add comments here:
    http://www.leg.state.nv.us/AppCF/Opinion/76th2011/Poll/

    It primarily differs from SB176 in that SB176 is also a bill to end registration in Clark County, and AB231 also eliminates 202.3673 and other regulations concerning permit holders. In SB176 as it reads currently by not making these changes, it would put current permit holders in the odd place of having more restrictions on where they can carry concealed than non-permit holders as well as require them to show their permit and ID on demand to police.

    And after the law is passed, you can celebrate at this Las Vegas shooting range!

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