Looks like I'll be in and out of Nevada (Las Vegas) for work a bunch in the coming months. In my line of work, I try to carry all the time. I've been reading for a while on Nevada laws, reciprocity, etc. I've been to several attorney general websites and such. Here's are my questions: 1. I understand there are two ways to carry in Nevada... to show up in person, take a Nevada firearms course, and ask a local sheriff to grant the permit OR I can hold a permit from one of a few states that issue non-resident permits (my home state is Colorado and is not recognized by Nevada). 2. Is it easy to get approved in Nevada if I fly out there to take care of it before my work starts? Does anyone know a good sheriff who I could make contact with before I fly out there? 3. Would it be easier to get a non resident permit from any of these states: In accordance with NRS 202.3689 (effective October 1, 2007) the State of Nevada will recognize the following States' CCW permit holders: Alaska Arkansas Kansas Louisiana Michigan Missouri Nebraska Ohio Tennessee West Virginia As I understand it none of these states are easy to get a non resident with, but I could have missed something. Thanks guys. Any insight you guys can offer will be very helpful.