In Nevada, your CCW covers any firearm that is legal whether you even own it or not!
So if you qualify with a Sig P2xx chambered in one caliber, then you cannot change the barrel?In my jurisdiction in Northern California, we must separately qualify with each of the three weapons we want to have listed on our CCW. The CCW lists the weapon by make, model, serial number and caliber.
(BTW, you can qualify with a S&W .44 Magnum revolver with either .44 Magnum or Special ammunition because they are the same caliber.)
So how much BS is involved in that permit? Meaning,time, money, training, Etc.NJ is new to CCW ....
So it all depends on the Judge who signs off on your CCW
In my county..... They do attach a Court Order stating which firearm I can carry ( which is the one you qualify with)
so I guess that means get three good guns that cover your needs, and get good with those guns!@LEEEAGLE No you cannot change the caliber and carry it unless that caliber is listed as a separate weapon on your CCW.
And you can only list three weapons on your CCW.
Now, you could have the same weapon listed three times on your CCW with different calibers, but that would use up your three gun CCW.
Our previous governor was pushing hard for constitutional carry here but the midterm unions got him out. But this year I think that what our current governor did to The Culinary Union because of the covid will be what boots him out in November!I know, I'm jealous! Stop showing off!
It's been many years since I lived in California, never even attempted a CCW there. Are all of the cities and counties divided on circumstances and locations of CCW laws and regulations? The reason I ask is because up through the mid- too late '90s we had those issues here. All handguns had to be registered through your local police department, some cities or jurisdictions did not allow for possession in your automobile or open carry or even outside of your home. I do not know the case number or any of that, but somebody challenged it to the Nevada Supreme Court. The result was that Nevada state law supersedes all cities counties and jurisdictions. And more recently somebody challenged the registration issue, and that was also declared unconstitutional! They were called Blue cards here, and I still have a few that I keep as historical documents!In CA you have to shoot every gun on your permit in every caliber. So my P229 in .40/.357 I have to shoot both calibers. The last go around they only made me shoot one gun since all the SIGs on my permit (P220, P229, and P239) all have the same manual of arms. Technically, that's a no-no, though.