1. Before being entitled to the benefits of any commercial or private shooting preserve, the owner or proprietor thereof must make application to the Department. The application must set forth:
(a) The name and location of the shooting preserve.
(b) A legal description of the area included in the preserve.
(c) A statement whether the preserve is to be a commercial or private preserve.
(d) If the application is for a commercial shooting preserve, a statement of fees that are to be collected for the privilege of shooting on the preserve.
2. If, after investigation, the Department is satisfied that the tract is suitable for the purpose, and that the establishment of such a preserve will not conflict with the public interest, the Department may issue a commercial or private shooting preserve license upon the payment of a license fee as provided in NRS 502.240 .
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