Idaho Enhanced Concealed Weapons
Level 1 Firearms Safety and Training teaches students the
Idaho Standard Concealed
Weapons Permit or Idaho Enhanced Concealed Weapons Permit License.
Idaho Enhanced Concealed Weapons Permit classes, we don’t sit you
in a room, lecture you for 8-hours, and then sign-off on your instruction. We believe students want to
learn, not be lectured. The best way to learn, is to be engaged. The best way to engage your
students is to get them involved.
Our intensive “” allows you to speak, one-on-one with a
“Board Certified Idaho Attorney. We want our students to have a complete understanding of
Concealed Weapons and use of lethal force laws before they apply for their permit.
In-depth, Personal Training
Each of our classes meet the Idaho State requirements for
This offers our students the greatest flexibility in achieving
their Enhanced Concealed Weapons Permit while at the
same time, allowing them to achieve additional NRA
certifications. Students can start with the
advanced class, while at the same time, qualify for their
Enhanced Concealed Weapons Permit.
Idaho Enhanced Concealed Weapons Permit
Level 1 Firearms Safety and Training offers a separate course specifically for students who are
interested in attaining and Idaho or the
. These courses, which are approved by both
ADA and Canyon County Sheriff departments, are focused solely on achieving the Standard
Permit or the
Idaho Enhanced Concealed Weapons Permit.
Standard CCW Permit: To qualify for the ,
. Both permit classes deliver the same
content in terms of training.
Idaho Enhanced Concealed Weapons Permit: To qualify for the
, students must attend either our Standard
. Both permit classes deliver the same content in terms of training.
In addition to one of our permit classes, students seeking
the Idaho Enhanced Concealed Weapons Permit must attend
the following two classes:
Enhanced Concealed Weapons Permit Legal Instruction
Class: To complete their training, students who are applying for the
by a licensed Idaho attorney.
Idaho Enhanced Concealed Weapons Permit Range
Shooting Requirement: To complete their shooting requirements, students must
safe firearm handling. Students must fire 98+ rounds of ammunition in the presence of their
Idaho CCW Reciprocity Maps
The first map shows states which accept the
; the second map shows states where the
is accepted. Areas appearing in yellow require you are a resident of
States that recognize the Idaho Standard Concealed Carry
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 Concealed Carry
Nevada, New Mexico, South Carolina, Virginia, Washington (State)