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Old 04-26-2012, 10:00 AM   #41
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it could be used as a big heavy stick
for snakes i was thinking bayonet.
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Old 05-25-2014, 04:41 AM   #42
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I know this thread is ancient,but....going to Red Rock Canyon hiking in the AM and will be carrying concealed. If I understand this properly,I have to unload the chamber and take the mag out to be complaint? I can be in possession of both but not inserted in the firearm? I know the visitors center is a whole other ball game but don't plan on going there.
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Old 05-25-2014, 05:09 AM   #43
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I know this thread is ancient,but....going to Red Rock Canyon hiking in the AM and will be carrying concealed. If I understand this properly,I have to unload the chamber and take the mag out to be complaint? I can be in possession of both but not inserted in the firearm? I know the visitors center is a whole other ball game but don't plan on going there.
When inside the boundaries of the National Conservation Area, yes, that is their rule. I hear they are very polite about asking for compliance IF they know you are carrying...
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This is why I visit this forum regularly, as I learn something new each time I do. I thought Red Rock was under the same regs as Nat'l parks and BLM land. Didn't know there were 'special rules'. I'll have to modify my carry when I go there on weekends.
So then, is there a list of other places with special regs that we might want to be aware of? I know the feds can't restrict carry in Nat'l Parks and Forests other than the same restrictions of the state they are in, but if there are special rules for Nat'l Cons. Areas, how about Nat'l memorials like Mt. Rushmore, and other non National Parks or Forests?. What about NV State Parks like Valley of Fire, et al?
Is there a consolidated list that gives some guidance as to what the regs are or does one need to research each as the need arises?
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... if there are special rules for Nat'l Cons. Areas, how about Nat'l memorials like Mt. Rushmore, and other non National Parks or Forests?. What about NV State Parks like Valley of Fire, et al? ...
What basic research I did on National Monuments is that they are administered by different government agencies, depending on which monument it is. If is administered by the National Park Service, you'd be following state laws. Else, you may have to research the one to which you are going.

State parks are 100% on board with state laws.
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Yeah, that's what I thought. Like all other firearm laws there is no consistency between jurisdictions, so it's a 'carrier beware' sort of environment.
I figured NV State Parks would be in sync with state laws.
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You need to watch out for Tribal land as well. The tribes set their own rules, and can ban guns altogether.
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You need to watch out for Tribal land as well. The tribes set their own rules, and can ban guns altogether.
But it is a trespassing issue, not a violation of law that applies to you, unless you are a member of the tribe. You can carry on Indian land without breaking the law.

Indians can kick you off their land anytime for any reason, except for state highway access. And Indian cops, if they are also state-sworn LEOs, can enforce state laws on you, but not Indian laws.

That's not to say they won't pretend they can, and they have illegally detained and confiscated stuff from non-Indians, but it's pretty rare that I hear about it.
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