Michigan – -(Ammoland.com)- According to Nevada’s DPS Website, Nevada no longer recognizes Michigan’s CPL for reciprocity.
Obviously, we are very upset at this news.
I have personally confirmed with Mariah Owens of Nevada’s Department of Public Safety that Michigan has been dropped.
I will be contacting Michigan’s Attorney General Office tomorrow to discuss this change and see what they can/will do to reverse the situation.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette has been very proud of Michigan’s record of reciprocity. While there is no guarantees, I’d hope he will work to correct the situation with Nevada.
In the interim, it would be advisable for those who do not posess a permit from another state that is on Nevada’s list to not carry concealed in Nevada.
We will keep you updated with what we find out from Michigan’s AG.
Nevada has just officially confirmed to MCRGO that Michigan is off the list and they won’t recognize our CPLs. The issue is that Michigan’s system won’t communicate with NLETS (National Law Enforcement Telecommunications System) that Nevada and other states use to verify our licenses. Effective June 18th, Nevada will no longer recognize Michigan CPLs. Read: Nevada Out-of-State Carry Concealed Weapon Permit Recognition. We are looking into the reason why. Michigan will continue to recognize Nevada CWPs.
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