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2015 Nevada Legislator Ratings


  • Derek Armstrong
  • Jill Dickman
  • John Ellison
  • Michele Fiore
  • Ira Hansen
  • Shelly Shelton
  • Jim Wheeler
  • Vicki Dooling
  • David Gardner
  • John Hambrick
  • Pat Hickey
  • Randy Kirner
  • John Moore
  • Erven Nelson
  • Phillip “P.K.” O’Neill
  • James Oscarson
  • Victoria Seaman
  • Stephen Silberkraus
  • Lynn Stewart
  • Robin Titus
  • Glenn Trowbridge
  • Melissa Woodbury
  • Elliot Anderson
  • Nelson Araujo
  • Teresa Benitez-Thompson
  • Maggie Carlton
  • Richard Carillo
  • Olivia Diaz
  • Edgar Flores
  • Amber Joiner
  • Marilyn Kirkpatrick
  • Harvey Munford
  • Dina Neal
  • Ellen Spiegel
  • Michael Sprinkle
  • Heidi Swank
  • Tyrone Thompson
  • Joyce Woodhouse


  • Don Gustavson
  • Michael Roberson
  • James Settelmeyer
  • Patricia Farley
  • Pete Goicoechea
  • Scott Hammond
  • Joseph Hardy
  • Becky Harris
  • Ben Kieckhefer
  • Mark Lipparelli
  • Greg Brower
  • Kelvin Atkinson
  • Moises Denis
  • Aaron Ford
  • Ruben Kihuen
  • Mark Manendo
  • David Parks
  • Tick Segerblom
  • Pat Spearman
  • Debbie Smith

For 2015 Legislature

Dedicated to defending our 2nd Amendment Rights to the Ownership & Safe Use of Firearms for Self-Defense, Competition, Recreation & Hunting.
NVFAC-PAC will support any firearms legislation where analysis shows an enhancement of personal liberty and significant public benefits.
NVFAC-PAC will oppose any firearms legislation where analysis shows that the public safety benefits are an intrusion into personal liberty.

• Support gun rights legislative gains from 2011, 2013 and 2015 sessions.
• Amend NRS 202.254 to eliminate mandatory background checks between private parties. Replace with a free background voluntary background checks between private parties via a phone call system with DPS.
• Sales tax exemption for non-retail sales by gun dealers.
• Early CCW renewal and correction of 60-day CCW requirement for new residents to conform to 120 current wait; new resident permits recognized by NV will be valid until NV CFP issued or denied. Sheriff has 120 days to approve.
• Change current felonious carrying handgun without permit to misdemeanor 1st offense
• Mandatory prosecution and sentencing for prohibited firearms possessors
• Sales tax exemption for gun safes
• Revise NRS to provide comprehensive firearms definition section, including eliminating references to federal codes in NV legal definitions. NV conflicts with Federal code on definitions, and NRS should define firearms.
• Allow the Attorney General to have authority to sue for violations of the Second Amendment
• Constitutional Carry
• Campus Carry

Legislative Positions

Senate Bills

Assembly Bills

Letters to Governor Sandoval

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