Nevada Firearm/Gun Bill of Sale

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The Nevada firearm bill of sale is a legal document that states an agreement between two (2) parties in relation to a gun that has been purchased or sold. All residents of the state are allowed to possess a gun (See State Gun Laws) without the requirement of registration. Beginning in 2015, a resident of Clark county no longer has to register a firearm.

How to Write

  • Date of Sale
  • Buyer’s and Seller’s Name and Mailing Address
  • *Description of the Firearm – *Required to have the serial number (S/N)
  • Purchase Price along with any payment plan (if applicable)
  • Condition of Firearm
  • Signature Area
  • Notary Acknowledgment (if applicable)
  • Disclosure Area – For both parties to give their initials