A Nevada Firearm Bill of Sale is a document that records the sale and purchase of a firearm (rifle, pistol, or another assault weapon from the category of legal handguns). Individuals and entities can sign the bill of sale to finalize the purchase of the firearm. This document acts as a proof the transaction took place after the seller and the buyer expressed their mutual consent to the purchase.
There is no government-issued bill of sale form for firearms in Nevada. If you want to compose your own bill of sale, you can use our customizable online template or simply download a ready-made Nevada Firearm Bill of Sale below.
The document does not need to be notarized. You may, however, pay a certified notary to be on location during the sale to witness the signatures.
Nevada firearm laws are not very restrictive nowadays - they no longer require registration, permits to open carry a firearm, or license to purchase guns. However, the State of Nevada issues mandatory permits for concealed weapons. This is the only case a background check is required. If you wish to carry a concealed weapon, you have to visit your nearest sheriff's office and meet the following requirements:
Once you file the documents, you will be fingerprinted and photographed. Then a background check will be performed on you to legally process your permit, and the approved concealed carry permit will be sent to you by mail.
To sell a gun in Nevada, you need to include the following information in your Nevada Firearm Bill of Sale document:
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