You have to go to the county sheriff’s office in Nebraska to get a permit to buy a firearm?
When I lived In NC you had to get a Sheriff's permit to buy a handgun. NE, I don't know.
Come on man. You know what he means. I hope you do. (look of shock and perplexity on face) He means your concealed I’m sure. Either way some counties require a gun permit to carry in vehicles and such other than concealed.
Pursuant to Nebraska Statute 69-2403 a handgun certificate is required to purchase, lease, rent, or receive a handgun. The law applies to both retail and private party transactions. The law also prohibits selling, leasing, renting, or transferring a handgun to a person who does not possess a handgun certificate. A certificate is not required if:
The person acquiring the handgun is a licensed firearms dealer; The handgun is an antique; The person acquiring the handgun is authorized to do so on behalf of a law enforcement agency; The transfer is temporary and the transferee remains within (a) in the line of sight of the transferor or (b) within the premises of an established shooting facility; or The transfer is between a person and his or her spouse, sibling, parent, child, aunt, uncle, niece, nephew, or grandparent.
Handgun purchase permit valid for 3 years . No permit for long arms.
No requirement to have it to own a handgun, just for initial purchase.so if it expires no harm no foul
This also substitutes for the federal background check many shops were forced to run on buyers. I just bought a new 45 handgun. Whole process took less then 7 minutes start to me out the door.
Not required for person to person sales.