Our Issues & Priorities

NVFAC-PAC will support any firearms legislation where analysis shows an enhancement of personal liberty and significant public benefits. NVFAC-PAC will oppose any firearms legislation where analysis shows that the public safety benefits are an intrusion into personal liberty.

The Nevada Firearms Coalition-PAC was created as the political arm of the Nevada Firearms Coalition. Our mission is to support responsible, pro-gun policies and likeminded political candidates, and we will oppose all efforts to infringe on our 2nd Amendment Rights and candidates who support increased gun control.

We Support:

  • Elected officials who uphold our rights that are enumerated in the Nevada and US Constitutions
  • Ownership and safe use of firearms for self-defense, competition, recreation and hunting
  • One uniform gun law throughout Nevada
  • Eliminating “gun-free” zones that create targets for criminals
  • Strengthening self-defense laws like the Castle Doctrine
  • Expanding Nevada’s carry laws

We Oppose:

  • So-called “universal background checks” that lead to gun registration and ultimately confiscation
  • Elected and appointed officials who put party or personal gain ahead of the rights of the citizens
  • Tax increases on ammunition
  • Laws that infringe upon the rights of our veterans or mentally ill seeking help

NVFAC-PAC LEGISLATIVE PRIORITIES For 2019 Legislature

Dedicated to defending our 2nd Amendment Rights to the Ownership & Safe Use of Firearms for Self-Defense, Competition, Recreation & Hunting. 

NVFAC-PAC will support any firearms legislation where analysis shows an enhancement of personal liberty and significant public benefits.
NVFAC-PAC will oppose any firearms legislation where analysis shows that the public safety benefits are an intrusion into personal liberty.

  • Support gun rights legislative gains from 2011, 2013, 2015 and 2017 sessions.
  • Amend NRS 202.254 to eliminate mandatory background checks between private parties. Replace with a free background voluntary background checks between private parties via a phone call system with DPS.
  • Sales tax exemption for non-retail sales by gun dealers.
  • Early CCW renewal and correction of 60-day ccw requirement for new residents to conform to 120 current wait; new resident permits recognized by NV will be valid until NV CFP issued or denied. Sheriff has 120 days to approve.
  • Change current felonious carrying handgun without permit to misdemeanor 1st offense
  • Mandatory prosecution and sentencing for prohibited firearms possessors
  • Sales tax exemption for gun safes
  • Revise NRS to provide comprehensive firearms definition section, including eliminating references to federal codes in NV legal definitions. NV conflicts with Federal code on definitions, and NRS should define firearms.
  • Allow the Attorney General to have authority to sue for violations of the Second Amendment
  • Constitutional Carry
  • Campus Carry