Nevada makes a change to its concealed carry permit reciprocity list. Reciprocity is an agreement between states, where one state will honor a handgun license permit from another.
Update to Nevada Concealed Carry Reciprocity Agreement With Mississippi:
As of yesterday, August 1st, 2021, Nevada started honoring the Mississippi enhanced concealed carry license. The enhanced permit requires additional firearm training, where the standard Mississippi permit does not.
If you currently have a standard Mississippi permit and want to carry your handgun in Nevada, you can get the training required to obtain the endorsement. Without the enhanced permit, you would violate Nevada law if you were to carry your concealed handgun.
You can check which states will honor your standard Mississippi permit and which ones will only honor the enhanced version by using this reciprocity map builder.
You can always stay up to date on any gun laws with the Legal Boundaries by State Book. It is available in both hard copy and e-book. The e-book is automatically included with any physical book purchase and is updated whenever there is a change to any gun law. The LBBS book goes way beyond a simple reciprocity map. The book shows state laws concerning things like the duty to notify, magazine capacity restrictions, stand your ground, etc. Anyone traveling with a firearm needs this information.