Earlier in the month, we reported that Nevada had dropped concealed carry reciprocity with a handful of states. One of the states dropped was South Dakota. These changes were to take place on July first.
We are happy to update that post and have confirmed that South Dakota’s reciprocity with Nevada is back.
Nevada will accept a South Dakota Enhanced Concealed Carry License. Nevada will not accept the standard license, so make sure you understand the difference.
The same thing occurred with Ohio’s reciprocity agreement with Nevada. In that case, the removal was blamed on the Nevada Attorney’s General’s office not being able to contact the Ohio Attorney General’s office. I don’t know the validity of that story or if the same thing happened in South Dakota.
Make sure you notify your friends of the update!