Idaho CCW Classes

Idaho CCW Classes

Idaho CCW Classes


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States that recognize the Idaho Standard Carry and Concealed Weapons

License


Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado (you must be an Idaho resident) , Florida, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana,
Michigan, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, West
Virginia, Wyoming.

States that recognize the Idaho Enhanced Carry and Concealed Weapons

License


Nevada, New Mexico, South Carolina, Virginia, Washington (State)
States that DO NOT honor any Idaho Carry and Concealed Licenses:
California - Does not offer a reciprocity agreement with any state.
Connecticut - Issues non-resident permits.
Delaware - Does not specify their reason for not honoring the Idaho CCW
Hawaii -- Does not offer a reciprocity agreement with any state.
Illinois -- Does not offer a reciprocity agreement with any state.
Maine - Maine has a “Good Moral Character” clause, meaning, an applicant must be free of any criminal charges for a period of 5 years
(e.g. DUI conviction). Idaho does not have this provision for its residents.
Maryland -- Does not offer a reciprocity agreement with any state.
Massachusetts -- Does not offer a reciprocity agreement with any state.
Minnesota - Requires a certificate of completion for any individual committed to a facility for the treatment of a chemical dependency
problem (e.g. DUI Alcohol Abuse); Idaho does not have this provision for its residents.
New Jersey -- Does not offer a reciprocity agreement with any state.
New York -- Does not offer a reciprocity agreement with any state.
Oregon -- Does not offer a reciprocity agreement with any state.
Pennsylvania -- Cites statutory provisions are not aligned with their state but fails to provide specifics.
Rhode Island - Does not offer any reason for not accepting Idaho CCW.
Vermont - Anyone can conceal carry in Vermont without a permit or license (Constitutional Carry).
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There are many classes to choose from at Level 1 Firearms Safety and Training. Many of our courses are based on the

National Rifle Association (NRA

) curriculum which will generally allow our students to apply for an

Idaho Standard Carry and Concealed Weapons License

. Students who are interested in applying for an

Idaho Enhanced Carry and Concealed Weapons License

should attend our

Idaho Enhanced CCW Class

or our

Two-Day Defensive Pistol course

.

Idaho is a shall-issue state

, which means provided the applicant meets the minimal state and federal qualifications, they

will

be issued a carry and concealed weapons permit. In essence, you cannot be a felon, awaiting a trial, have a domestic violence conviction, are under a current restraining order, been dishonorably discharged, renounced your citizenship, or been deemed mentally incompetent. There are additional restrictions but these are the most common ones that would prevent anyone from receiving a license. The Sheriff must issue a license to any individual who has met the minimum state requirements for safety and handling of a firearm. The

Idaho Enhanced Carry and Concealed Weapons Permit

requires a minimum of 98 rounds of ammunition discharged in the presence of a firearms instructor and additional legal instruction from an attorney.

Idaho is an open carry state

, which means in most instances, you can carry a firearm in public, in a holster, or in plain view. You must meet the same legal requirements as anyone else in terms of state and federal laws-in other words, you cannot be a criminal, a convicted felon, or meet any of the other reasons you would normally be denied a firearm. If you do choose to “open carry” be prepared for a visit from local law enforcement-it is their duty to check you out and ensure you are not a danger to society. Be prepared to be asked to leave premises that do not allow open carry on their premises-local business owners have the right to ask you to leave for no reason at all; if you remain, you can be arrested for trespassing.

No Guns Allowed Signs in Idaho

have no legal weight in Idaho. However, just as with
open carry, if the store, theatre, or mall authorities notice you are carrying a concealed weapon,
they may ask you to leave. If this occurs, you must leave or face being arrested for trespassing.

Do not ignore these signs on premises where firearms are prohibitate by state or federal law!

Idaho Enhanced Carry and Concealed Weapons License Requirements


You may apply for an

Idaho Enhanced Carry and Concealed Weapons License

provided:

You do not violate Federal Gun Ownership Laws
You do not violate Idaho State Laws
You attend an advanced firearms course on safety and handling
You fire 98+ rounds in the presence of an Idaho Firearms instructor
You attend an

Idaho lecture focused on firearms and the law

conducted by an attorney, a member of the Idaho
State Bar, or a POST 3 firearms instructor.

To apply for an Idaho CCW license

, you must provide the Sheriff department with proof of identification, a set of
fingerprints, agree to a federal and state background check, and pay the appropriate fees. New applicants can expect to wait up to 90
days to receive their licenses; renewal time is much shorter.

Courses offered by Level 1 Firearms Safety and Training which meet the Idaho minimum firearm training requirements are:

The NRA Basics of Personal Protection in the Home Course (PPITH)

The NRA Basics of Personal Protection Outside the Home Course (PPOTH)

Our Idaho Enhanced CCW permit class

Our Two-Day Defensive Pistol Class


To meet the

legal lecture

requirement, students can attend a separate class which occurs the third Saturday of each month.
Note: You are not required to attain any permit to possess a firearm in your home.
Most states, with very few exceptions, will honor the Idaho Enhanced Carry and Concealed License, Some states, such as California will
not, but then again, it’s California. Other states will not because the license covers all carry and concealed weapons from knives and dirks
to throwing stars and firearms. While other states will not honor the license because it does not specifically state it’s a handgun license.
Finally, some states, such as Oregon, do not have reciprocity agreements with other states, but they allow non-residents to acquire a
license.
The following map shows where the resident,

Idaho Carry and Concealed Weapons License

is permitted:
Idaho Enhanced Permit Classes

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