Idaho - Concealed Weapon License


 

OBTAINING A CONCEALED WEAPON LICENSE

  Concealed Weapon applications are obtained in our CWP office at the Sheriff's Office at 7200 Barrister Dr.

  Hours of operation are 8:00AM to 4:00PM Monday through Friday (closed for government recognized holidays).

  You need to bring in proof of firearms training when you submit the application. This could be a military I.D.,  certificate from a hunters' education or other firearms training class such as the one given TRIPLE THREAT FIREARMS TRAINING CO. LLC.

  You must be fingerprinted when you apply.

  Processing of the application and background check takes about 90 days.

Concealed Weapon Course

Proof of firearms training is required in order to get a concealed weapon license. The Concealed Weapon Course offered by T-3 through Impact Guns Shooting Range meets this training requirement. Class cost is $60. No weapons are needed and there is no handling of weapons during the class. Call Impact Guns Shooting Range at (208) 321-1288 if you are interested in attending.

 

Fees

         For the fingerprinting/background check, $34 to be paid when application is submitted.

         For the license, $22 to be paid when license is issued.

Renewals

Licenses are valid for five years. To renew your license, you must come in 30 days prior to the expiration date.

Renewal fees:

         The background check is $20 which is to be paid when application is submitted.

         The license is $15 which is to be paid when license is issued.

States that Accept Idaho's Concealed Carry Permit

While we do our best to keep this list up to date, states are constantly changing their laws and regulations. If you plan to travel DO NOT use this list as your official guide. It is your responsibility to call the States you are going to be traveling in and make sure you can carry a weapon in the State.

Alabama

Georgia

Ohio

Alaska

Indiana

Oklahoma

Arkansas

Kentucky

Pennsylvania

North Carolina

Louisiana

Tennessee

Colorado

Michigan

Texas

North Dakota

Missouri

Utah

South Dakota

Montana

Vermont

Florida

New Hampshire

Wisconsin         and       Wyoming



 Information current as of 1/11/13

Second Amendment to the United States Constitution

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Second Amendment (Amendment II) to the United States Constitution is the part of the United States Bill of Rights that protects the right of the people to keep and bear arms. It was adopted on December 15, 1791, along with the rest of the Bill of Rights. The Supreme Court of the United States has ruled that the Second Amendment protects an individual right to possess and carry firearms.