I thought this might be of interest. Most areas are impacted with the push for mandated background checks for private party sales, Nevada is no exception.
The Democratic Socialists intro'd a bill on a Monday evening and the hearing was Tuesday/Wednesday (they refused to hear any amendments from the Republican minority), signed by the Gov within an hour after passing the legislature. takes effect in Jan 2020.
Some rural sheriff's have taken the stance against any enforcement and several counties are considering a 2A Sanctuary resolutions. Now the dealers are starting to refuse also:
The state AG and Governor have said they will meet with the sheriff's, after the fact and look forward to working with them to enforce the new law, though they have no idea how that will happen.
One of the big binding points (other than the actual sale) is how poorly the law is written and it forces the gun dealers to count the transfer as a sale, meaning they report it as
taxable sale incurring a fiscal impact to them.
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