Nevada Gun Bill of Sale Form

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Updated May 31, 2022

A Nevada gun bill of sale is a document that provides information about the sale of a firearm in the State of Nevada. Completion of this form offers added protection that the firearm legally changed ownership. It provides identifying details about the seller, the buyer, and the firearm itself. Notarization of this document is not required but is strongly recommended.

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Privately Selling a Firearm

As mandated by NRS § 202.2547, an unlicensed private seller of a firearm is still required to utilized a licensed dealer to run a background check on any potential firearm buyers.

Prohibited from Buying

In accordance with NRS § 202.360, an individual is prohibited from buying or owning a firearm in Nevada if that person:

  • Has been convicted of a crime of battery domestic violence pursuant to NRS 200.485, or a law of any other jurisdiction that prohibits the same or substantially similar conduct, committed against or upon: the spouse or former spouse of the person; any other person with whom the person has had or is having a dating relationship, as defined in NRS 33.018; any other person with whom the person has a child in common; the parent of the person; or the child of the person or a child for whom the person is the legal guardian;
  • Has been convicted of a felony in this State or any other state, or in any political subdivision thereof, or of a felony in violation of the laws of the United States of America, unless the person has received a pardon and the pardon does not restrict his or her right to bear arms;
  • Has been convicted of a violation of NRS 200.575 or a law of any other state that prohibits the same or substantially similar conduct and the court entered a finding in the judgment of conviction or admonishment of rights pursuant to subsection 7 of NRS 200.575;
  • Except as otherwise provided in NRS 33.031, is currently subject to:
    • An extended order for protection against domestic violence pursuant to NRS 33.017 to 33.100, inclusive, which includes a statement that the adverse party is prohibited from possessing or having under his or her custody or control any firearm while the order is in effect; or
    • An equivalent order in any other state;
  • Is a fugitive from justice;
  • Is an unlawful user of, or addicted to, any controlled substance; or
  • Is otherwise prohibited by federal law from having a firearm in his or her possession or under his or her custody or control.

Registering a Firearm

Nevada does not have a law requiring the registration of firearms with the state or any other government agency in Nevada.

Concealed Carry

In order to carry a concealed weapon in Nevada, a person has to have a Concealed Firearm Permit issued by their local sheriff’s department.

How to Apply

An individual has to be at least twenty-one (21) years old, or eighteen (18) if they are an active or honorably discharged service member, to apply for a Concealed Firearm Permit in Nevada.

Step 1 – Complete a firearm safety training course that meets the criteria laid out in NRS § 202.3657(3)(c).

Step 2 – Obtain an application for a Concealed Firearm Permit from the applicant’s local sheriff’s department.

Step 3 – Complete and submit the application to the sheriff’s office with all required appended documents.

Step 4 – Submit fingerprints to the sheriff’s office or its processing agent.

Step 5 – Have a color photo taken by the sheriff’s office or its processing agent.

Step 6 – Pay the applicable filing fee.

Reciprocity

Pursuant to NRS § 202.3688 and § 202.2689, Nevada does not recognize the concealed carry permits from the following U.S. states: Alabama, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Hawaii, Indiana, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Washington.