GUN RIGHTS ALERT from the NEVADA FIREARMS COALITION
YOUR ACTION IS NEEDED!
Hearing Scheduled Wednesday, March 15th
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Assembly Bill 118 (click here to read the text)
According to Nevada law, a person who is a resident of the state must be 21 years or older to receive a concealed carry firearm (CCW) permit.
This bill would make a small change to current Nevada CCW laws to extend to members of the military and veterans who are between 18-21 years of age; people who have put themselves in the line of fire to protect our country.
This bill states that a person between 18 and 21 can receive a permit to carry a concealed firearm if that person has eligible proof that he/she is a member of the Armed Forces or the National Guard, or who has been discharged or released from service under honorable circumstances.
Please join us in supporting this important bill in support of the brave men and women who are protecting our state and nation, or who have honorably served our country.
THE NEVADA FIREARMS COALITION STRONGLY SUPPORTS THIS BILL