Shooting Outdoors in Nevada

Generally, for any area not designated a "no shooting" or congested area," shooting is allowed 1,000 yards from any dwelling or structure. (This may vary by county. Please check with your local sheriff). Your backstop and "down range " area must be secure from pedestrian, livestock, or vehicle traffic. Safety is of the greatest importance because of your individual responsibility to ensure public safety. You are responsible and liable for your actions.

Open Carry:

In Nevada, you may carry a loaded or unloaded firearm on your person without a permit so long as the firearm is fully exposed (known as "open carry"). An example of open carry is when a handgun is carried in an "outside the pants" hip holster. Full or partial concealment (such as a purse, jacket, etc.) is considered "concealed carry" and is discussed below. or