I have a permit for concealed carry in Texas. The imprint issue can be a tough one. As for Tenn. they are not as pickey as you may think. As I said I don't think you travel armed as much as I do. I have a permit that allows me to carry in most places. That said, in some states you must be more careful.
I agree to some of that. However, don't get caught in North Vegas or Boulder City, Nv. with a CCW or you are going to jail. Nevada does not have expemtion protection so cities and towns can have laws over ruling your state rules. Nevada has a complex view of other states permits. Your neighbor state of Utah is banned from using their permits in your state.
Las Vegas - Great Gun Laws - No Humidity - Multimillion Dollar Shooting Park - Front Sight Firearms Institute - Million Acres of Desert Shooting.
Oh and legalized Sports Betting, and Pahrump!!
What about the "Clark County Gun Regristration Program"? Sorry, this has nothing to do with Texas gun laws. I was traveling from Uvalde to Big Spring when my cousin stopped at a store. On one side was a liquor store and the other a gun shop. In the same room. I was impressed!
Nevada has some really screwed up rules. They have passed a Premt. Law however old gun laws were grand fathered in. In Clark Co. you must wait 72hours for the Cooling Off period to P/U a handgun. The gun must be registered with the Metro Police of LV. They issue you a "Blue Card" which must always be with you and the handgun even at the range.
Clark Co is the only county in Nevada with a registration law.
That is not uncommon in the rural areas in much of the country. I buy at a LGS that has over 1,300 guns in stock. Walk thru one door and there is the largest liquor store for one hundred miles. We call it Energy Saving.