If you are ready to get your Nevada ccw license you will need to take a class. Here is a list of the best CCW classes in Las Vegas. At the end of this top 10 list you will find a long list of other CCW classes in the Las Vegas area. Or you can search by zip code to find a class near you.
Top 10 Las Vegas concealed carry classes
CCW Training of Las Vegas
3440 Arville St
Las Vegas NV 89102
Sundays from 7:30 am to 5:00 pm – Make sure you arrive by 7:15 am.
Online registration is mandatory, classes fill up fast!
Nevada CCW $100
Nevada, Utah, & Florida $150
Discount Firearms & Ammo
Discount Firearms & Ammo not only offers CCW classes, they also have an indoor shooting range and fully stocked gun shop. Your shooting qualification will be done in the comfort of an indoor climate controlled gun range.
3084 S. Highland Drive
Las Vegas NV 89109
Every Saturday – Arrive at 8:45 am and pack a lunch. Classes fill up fast so call 702-567-1158 to save your spot.
Nevada CCW $95
Safe Direction Firearms Training
Owned by a US Air Force veteran. This business offers basic to advanced firearm and lifestyle safety training.
Various locations in the Las Vegas area
Check their website here for a list of available classes.
Nevada CCW $100
First Defense Solutions LLC
1810 E Sahara Ave Suite #1536
Las Vegas NV 89104
$125 per student or $200 for 2 students who register together.
Las Vegas Firearms Training
Offers both group and private classes. Corporate rates are available if you would like to offer training to your employees.
1500 E Tropicana Ave #158
Las Vegas NV 89119
Classes available 7 days a week. Check here for schedule.
Nevada CCW $95
The Gun Store
Indoor gun range offering fully automatic gun rentals and CCW classes.
2900 East Tropicana Ave
Las Vegas NV 89121
Every Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday from 9 am to 5 pm. The 3rd Wednesday of the month is reserved for the all ladies concealed firearm course. The 2nd Wednesday of the month is a renewal only course.
Nevada CCW $100
Top Line Defense
12801 Old US 95
Boulder City NV 89005
Classes available daily from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. Click here for schedule.https://www.toplinedefense.com/course-calendar-2020
Nevada CCW $75
Offers indoor shooting range with an amazing collection of guns for rent.
3440 Arville St
Las Vegas NV 89102
The Range 702
Shoot in the comfort of an indoor climate controlled gun range.
5999 Dean Martin Dr
Las Vegas NV 89118
Wednesdays and Saturdays from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. Check here for availability. Reservations are required.
Nevada CCW $90
Multistate CCW Permit $115
This gun store has an awesome selection of guns and also offers CCW classes.
11357 N Decatur Blvd
Las Vegas NV 89131
Sundays 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
To learn more about Nevada Concealed Carry Classes click here
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