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NEVADA CCW CLASS
     and Renewals  (Pahrump)

If you would prefer to pay day of class- please call our office to register.
702.524.2195


 Required equipment:
  Handgun with at least two magazines or speed
  loaders   (more is better)
  Dominant side holster that completely covers 
     the trigger  guard (inside the waistband is fine)
  Eye and ear protection
  A brimmed hat
  A sack lunch (if all day class)  You can eat in the 
     classroom

  Ammunition:  50 rounds of ammunition                         
This course begins by introducing the fundamental skills of handgun use,
 including safe handling and storage, loading and unloading, basic 
marksmanship skills, presentation from the holster, emergency reloads and malfunction clearance.  This class will satisfy the specific training 
requirements for the Nevada Concealed Carry permit application.

Topics discussed will include justifiable use of deadly force, threat management and de-escalation strategies, home security planning and Nevada firearm,  concealed weapon and use of force laws.

(Utah and Florida CCW training requirements can also be completed with an additional lecture block for an additional $30).
 Nevada CCW course: $95
 Nevada, Utah, and Florida CCW course: $125
 NV Renewal only course:  $55
 NV Renewal, Utah and Florida CCW course:  $85
 HR218: $25
  PERMIT RENEWAL

   Prerequisite:  CCW current permit
  Ammunition:  30 rounds ammunition 

Nevada requires live fire qualification with one handgun of any type or caliber.
                
PAHRUMP STUDENTS:
All day Class begins at the time on the calendar -  on the range (click on link above for Map to Morales Gravel Pit)



 Nevada is a 'shall issue' state meaning that if a 
 person with a clean criminal history 
 successfully completes the approved 
 classroom training and appropriate firearms 
 qualification, the Sheriff will issue a permit.  All 
 NV concealed firearms permits are valid for a 
 period of five years from the date of issue.  
 Permit renewal requires a five hour refresher 
 class, a shooting re-qualification and 
 application to the Sheriff for the renewal.
RENEWALS - class begins at time listed on calendar. Be at the Master at Arms at that time. You will attend the 4 hour NV law portion and then we'll go to the range to qualify afterwards.