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Old 02-27-2019, 9:10 PM
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Just a heads up, but we are trying to amend our constitutional carry provisions here in Idaho to all legal Americans, not just Idaho residents. Constitutional is Constitutional. If this passes, all legal Americans can carry concealed in Idaho without a government permission slip. Iíll update as the bill progresses. Huge thanks to my friend and fellow patriot Representative Christy Zito for sponsoring this bill. She is a true friend of the 2A.


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Always glad to hear good news from Free America.

I've been thinking I may relocate to Idaho after the wife and I retire. Then it would be "Every day is a Saturday - in Free America".

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Old 03-06-2019, 9:17 AM
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That's cool. We're in Idaho once a year, so this would be nice.
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AZ and CA CCW’s are both good currently. Great job by ID .gov. My wife and I can’t wait to be there full time. We just speed up our 5 year plan to Jan 2021.
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Update. The bill has been changed to expand constitutional concealed carry to Idaho residents aged 18-21. The portion of allowing non residents to permitless CC in city limits was eliminated.


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Update. Bill was supposed to be voted on by the house Monday. Was pushed to today third reading. Iíll be back at the Capitol at 3 when they reconvene. Hopefully it gets voted on and passed, although a dem filibuster would be interesting to watch. They are pissed because the Repubís are not supporting one of their bills.


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AZ and CA CCWís are both good currently. Great job by ID .gov. My wife and I canít wait to be there full time. We just speed up our 5 year plan to Jan 2021.
Any state's CCW is good in Idaho.
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Update. Dems keep f-ing with it. Not voted on today because they are pissed they are not getting support for one of their bills. This is such a freaking simple extension to our constitutional carry provisions. ALL it does is extend constitutional carry to 18-20 yoís within city limits. They can already open carry anywhere they want. If they are oc-ing and put a jacket on, they are suddenly breaking the law. They can also get a CCW as well which nullifies the whole issue but Constitutional is Constitutional. Back again tomorrow to support my Reps who work hard to keep Idaho free and great.


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Voted on and overwhelmingly passed in the house and on to the senate. Only holdups and nay votes came of course from the Boise liberal Representatives.



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Senate hearing supposedly this Monday. Lots of Idaho 2a supporters to attend, including myself.


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God I love this state.

But we must stay vigilant. At least our politicians are pro 2nd amendment and vocal about it.

Its probably all because we can't surf and ski in the same day.
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God I love this state.

But we must stay vigilant. At least our politicians are pro 2nd amendment and vocal about it.

Its probably all because we can't surf and ski in the same day.


As do I and yes we must! Suggest joining Idaho second amendment alliance if you havenít already. Greg does some great work. Donít hesitate to email the reps and thank them for their stance on pro 2A. They are very approachable and appreciative of feedback. Take care brother.


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I'm a little confused, so with the current bill non-residents cannot (permitless) ccw in "city limits", are we talking about just Boise, or any incorporated city? Just a curiosity thing, I know I'm good anyplace there with my permit but just wondering about the logistics for fellow riders when we ride through your state.
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I'm a little confused, so with the current bill non-residents cannot (permitless) ccw in "city limits", are we talking about just Boise, or any incorporated city? Just a curiosity thing, I know I'm good anyplace there with my permit but just wondering about the logistics for fellow riders when we ride through your state.


Correct, non residents cannot permitless conceal carry in Idaho.
This bill originally was going to try and ameliorate that restriction, but didnít have enough support currently. So the bill now is just tidying up Idahoís permitless carry laws for state residents, specifically those aged 18-21. Currently an Idaho resident over 21 may permitless conceal carry or open carry without a permit anywhere in the state, city or rural. 18-21 year olds may permitless open carry anywhere in the state, and permitless conceal carry everywhere except city limits. So basically a 20 year old open carrying isnít allowed to put on a jacket in Boise without a permit, but I can. Thatís whatís getting fixed. It passed senate hearings today with a recommend to approve and a full senate vote. I hope my explanation makes sense. If it doesnít please let me know so I can try and unwind it for you. I was there again today to support it but didnít end up testifying. I have an enhanced CWP and encourage anyone wanting to carry in Idaho do the same. This bill is more of a Constitutional statement for me, and therefore, I support it 100%. Adult age is recognized as 18. Itís nice to hear a Senator say, ďitís the Idaho wayĒ.


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So what about SJR 101, where does that stand?
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So what about SJR 101, where does that stand?


It failed to pass in the house, fortunately.


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As another Kalifortistanian looking to possibly relocate to Idaho, your updates are helpful, thank you.
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As another Kalifortistanian looking to possibly relocate to Idaho, your updates are helpful, thank you.


Please feel free to message me any time if you have any questions or need any information and Iíll do my best to help you out.


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I was in the Senate today, and Idaho HB206, recognizing the protected civil rights of 18-21 year olds to permitless constitutional carry anywhere in Idaho, passed overwhelmingly 28-7 in the Senate. The usual suspect liberal Senators from Boise and Pocatello were the Nays. It now goes to the Governor for his signature. Another victory for gun rights in Idaho. Itís been great being part of this since its inception.



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I was in the Senate today, and Idaho HB206, recognizing the protected civil rights of 18-21 year olds to permitless constitutional carry anywhere in Idaho, passed overwhelmingly 28-7 in the Senate. The usual suspect liberal Senators from Boise and Pocatello were the Nays. It now goes to the Governor for his signature. Another victory for gun rights in Idaho. Itís been great being part of this since its inception.



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That's great news although 21 is 5+ decades in my rear view mirror. I'll have my enhanced license end of April after I've satisfied the 6 months residency requirement. It would be nice if they removed the gray area where if you don't get the "ordinary" CCW license you can't technically conceal in a vehicle, but you can put the loaded gun on the seat.
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That's great news although 21 is 5+ decades in my rear view mirror. I'll have my enhanced license end of April after I've satisfied the 6 months residency requirement. It would be nice if they removed the gray area where if you don't get the "ordinary" CCW license you can't technically conceal in a vehicle, but you can put the loaded gun on the seat.


Congrats. Yes enhanced is definitely the one to have. I actually got the regular one as soon as I moved here, got it in 6 days. Then 6 months later got my enhanced. This was an important fight mostly because it sends a message that Idaho supports constitutional carry for all legal adult Idahoans. Originally it was to be all legal Americans, but baby steps. We didnít have enough support for that right now.


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Signed by Governor Little April 2nd. Done deal. Goes into effect July 1. Another win for Idaho 2A.


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Congrats. Yes enhanced is definitely the one to have. I actually got the regular one as soon as I moved here, got it in 6 days. Then 6 months later got my enhanced. This was an important fight mostly because it sends a message that Idaho supports constitutional carry for all legal adult Idahoans. Originally it was to be all legal Americans, but baby steps. We didnít have enough support for that right now.

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I will be moving to Idaho in about 10 days. Do you know if the 6 mo period applies to those that already have a non resident enhanced permit?
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Congrats on your move. I do not know the answer to your question. You can ask them at the DMV when you get a new DL, which you can do immediately. At the very least, if they wonít convert your non resident Idaho enhanced CWP to a resident Idaho enhanced CWP right away, and you have to do the 6 month residency thing first, just get a regular Idaho CWP in the mean time which you can do immediately. Youíd lose some reciprocity with some states for a bit, but for Idaho the regular has all the same benefits as an enhanced ďin stateĒ.

Good luck and please lmk how it works out for you. Our DMVís are run by the county here. Very nice and helpful employees has been my experience. They are getting a bit more crowded due to people moving here and also folks migrating over to the real ID star card which requires a DMV visit. When you go to DMV, there is a little ticket dispenser. One of the selections on the screen is for CWPís. They have dedicated personnel to handle processing weapons permits. They do prints, picture, etc all at the office.



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I will be moving to Idaho in about 10 days. Do you know if the 6 mo period applies to those that already have a non resident enhanced permit?
If you have, for example, a California CCW license there is no waiting period. Unfortunately, I threw out my CA license the day after I moved. I suppose I could have request a letter from my CA IA, but didn't bother. I'm going into the DMV this week to do the paperwork for the Enhanced License. Main reason is Oregon is spitting distance and I need the Enhanced license to get an OR license. A local range has an in-house session 2-3 times a year so no need to even drive to OR.

If you have the non-resident enhanced you must have a CA license so you're good to go.
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A local range has an in-house session 2-3 times a year so no need to even drive to OR.

Im guessing itís the same range where I got my oregon ccw last year.
They do a great job. We had over a hundred people there getting them when I went. Bring some food, youíll be there a while unless you get in super early.




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I will be moving to Idaho in about 10 days. Do you know if the 6 mo period applies to those that already have a non resident enhanced permit?
When I moved here in 2015, I was unaware of the 6 month requirement. I showed the Sheriff my CA permit and he said "Well ****, if your good enough for them, you are good enough for us.Process it."
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Im guessing itís the same range where I got my oregon ccw last year.
They do a great job. We had over a hundred people there getting them when I went. Bring some food, youíll be there a while unless you get in super early.
That would be Independence Indoor Shooting, Meridian, ID.
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That would be Independence Indoor Shooting, Meridian, ID.


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