States that recognize the Idaho Standard Carry and
Concealed Weapons License
Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, 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, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota,
New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont
Don’t forget to check State and local laws when traveling!
Level 1 Firearms Safety and Training is a family focused
group of instructors dedicated to delivering a quality
Enhanced Concealed Carry Class to residents of
Boise, Meridian, Nampa, Caldwell, and all of Idaho. We
specialize in the
NON-RESIDENT Idaho Concealed
Carry Class together with our popular
Concealed Carry Class.
the most basic of firearm safety rules, storage, and
responsibilities. Students learn the fundamental rules of
firearms safety followed by additional rules which are
designed to ensure an “accidental” discharge never occurs,
an “innocent” target is never struck, and the responsibility a
gun owner has to secure his weapons in a safe that cannot
be accessible by an unauthorized person.
Building Shooting Skills
Students who are new to firearms, and those who have shot in
the past, will learn several shooting styles and positions. While
attending the class, students conduct “dry-fire” exercises (dry-fire
means no live ammunition). They are instructed on topics such
as breath control, hold control, trigger control and more. As we
are building up to “live-fire” at the range, students are provided
with information about common shooting errors that occur, how to
correct them, and how to improve their target acquisition. The
class includes a discussion and demonstration of common pistol
stoppages and how to correct them when they occur.
Firearms, Self-Defense, and the
Idaho Enhanced Concealed
Students receive a general over-view of the major federal
and state laws that affect them on a daily basis, the use
of reasonable force, deadly-force, brandishing a weapon,
and other related topics.
This lecture satisfies the Idaho Standard Carry and
Concealed Weapon License requirements. Students
who are seeking to apply for the Idaho Enhanced
Concealed Carry Permit License have to attend a
the Idaho State Bar Association, which is conducted the
third Saturday of every month!
provides training with a demonstration of how to clean,
store, and care for your weapon. Students are encouraged
to bring their gun cleaning kits to the classroom together
with their unloaded firearm, for a complete breakdown on
how to properly clean their pistol.
This concludes the state requirements for the
The map below provides the states which will honor their Standard Idaho Concealed Carry Weapons
License. States in yellow require you are also a resident of Idaho for the license to be accepted.
CAUTION: State laws can change at any time as well as their agreement for reciprocity among one another.
When traveling, ALWAYS check with local law enforcement to see if your Idaho Concealed Weapons
License is accepted.
Students wishing to apply for the
will be instructed to meet at the range.
The State of Idaho requires students applying for the
permit to fire 98+ rounds of ammunition. All of the classroom instruction has been met
and completed during the class
Once students have completed the range instruction and qualification shoot, they will be issued a
certificate of completion together with a signed form for the State of Idaho stating the student has
. Students will need to attend their
to meet the remaining state of Idaho requirements for the Idaho Enhanced
bring their signed form to the range so the firearm instructor can sign-off on the firearms portion of
the application. Once a student receives their
, they will be able to carry concealed in the states listed below.