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Old 11-13-2014, 4:28 PM
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like the entire west coast and Nevada :-/
The Idaho Enhanced works in both Washington State and Nevada. Doesn't work in Delaware like Arizona's but that's a pretty good tradeoff for a West Coaster. If you want just one permit Idaho's is the one to get if you can swing it. Not as easy to get as Utah or Arizona though, but not too onerous either.

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Old 11-13-2014, 4:32 PM
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not a scam, thats how it works in free states
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The Idaho Enhanced works in both Washington State and Nevada. Doesn't work in Delaware like Arizona's but that's a pretty good tradeoff for a West Coaster. If you want just one permit Idaho's is the one to get if you can swing it. Not as easy to get as Utah or Arizona though, but not too onerous either.
There is a difference between "enhanced" and a standard permit?

Because from what I found Idaho's permit is NOT accepted in any of the coastal western states or NV.
It even looks like it is accepted in fewer states than an AZ permit.

http://www.usacarry.com/idaho_concea...formation.html

Unless this map at the bottom of the page is wrong I will stick with an AZ permit.
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Just found this.

http://www.isp.idaho.gov/BCI/concealedWeapons.html
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There is a difference between "enhanced" and a standard permit?
Yes. Extra training mostly, including a few hours with a lawyer. The reciprocity map and info are here.
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Old 11-14-2014, 6:07 AM
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I don't think NV recognizes the AZ permit.
Correct. Neither does California, Washington or Oregon.
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I *believe* that ID enhanced is only available to Idahoans...
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Not a scam. I was in Arizona recently and made use of my permit. Unfortunately, I had to unload once I approached California.

Arizonans process is straightforward. It took me 8 weeks for mine. I drove to Arizona and took the class in Phoenix.
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Arizonans process is straightforward. It took me 8 weeks for mine. I drove to Arizona and took the class in Phoenix.
Man I hope mine doesn't take that long.
I used my California CCW training certificate.
I am 14 days into it.
Clock is running.
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My California OCSD CCW beat my AZ CCW by 6-8 days.
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I *believe* that ID enhanced is only available to Idahoans...
Effective July 1, 2013, a new “Enhanced” Concealed Weapons Permit became available. Applicants will have to meet the following requirements: a. Provide a training certificate approved by Idaho State Police that shows you have attended eight (8) hours of classroom instruction and have also fired a minimum of ninety-eight (98) rounds. The training must have been within the prior twelve (12) months of the application date
b. Provide completed and signed training Certificate of Completion.
c. Must be a resident of the state of Idaho for at least six months and must apply in the county in which you reside. Non-residents of Idaho may also apply, but they will need to have a current concealed weapons permit from their resident state.d. Must submit fingerprints with the initial application.

2. The fee is $41.50 for the initial application, with an additional $30.00 upon issuance.
3. The new permit is not an upgrade to any existing CCW permit and will be issued separately.
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Old 11-29-2014, 4:30 PM
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Well Monday will have been a full 30 days since I mailed off my paper work and payment.

Hope to see my permit soon.
Maybe in Mondays mail.
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Wouldn't it be nice if it were one SIMPLIFIED and UNIVERSAL CCW for all 50 states that was SHALL ISSUE, no discretion if you can own a firearm and are not otherwise prohibited, you're good to go rather than having to collect CCW permits like my kids (who are grown now) collected pokemon cards. National reciprocity would be freaking awesome. If Cali-bonya is too expensive, get your CCW elsewhere, BAZINGA! Free market baby!
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Old 11-30-2014, 11:51 AM
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Wouldn't it be nice if it were one SIMPLIFIED and UNIVERSAL CCW for all 50 states that was SHALL ISSUE, no discretion if you can own a firearm and are not otherwise prohibited, you're good to go rather than having to collect CCW permits like my kids (who are grown now) collected pokemon cards. National reciprocity would be freaking awesome. If Cali-bonya is too expensive, get your CCW elsewhere, BAZINGA! Free market baby!
That would be great but with the huge difference between pro-gun and anti-gun views from state to state I can't see that ever happening.
Just look at the differences from California to Arizona with CCW requirements.
They are at such opposite ends of the problem I can't see a universal CCW ever happening.
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Old 12-01-2014, 5:27 PM
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Monday came and no AZ CCW.
Maybe I should take out Thanksgiving Day and Friday.
That puts it till Tuesday.
We'll see.
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Well Monday will have been a full 30 days since I mailed off my paper work and payment.

Hope to see my permit soon.
Maybe in Mondays mail.
Mine took just shy of 60 days (five weeks). Hang in there brother!
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Monday came and no AZ CCW.
Maybe I should take out Thanksgiving Day and Friday.
That puts it till Tuesday.
We'll see.
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My grandmother used to tell me that.
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I am going to apply for AZ CCW soon, just want to make sure CA hunter safety qualifies for training requirement? I read on website where it says AZ hunter safety is valid or hunter safety training from similar agency in another state.
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I finally received my permit today.
It took from Nov 1st.
Not bad, 5 weeks.
It says issue date of 12/3 and good for 5 years.
Pretty cool.
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Man I hope mine doesn't take that long.
I used my California CCW training certificate.
I am 14 days into it.
Clock is running.
Where did you get the Arizona application?
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Right here -

http://www.azdps.gov/Services/Concea...ermits/Obtain/

They mailed it to me a few days.
Very easy.
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That would be great but with the huge difference between pro-gun and anti-gun views from state to state I can't see that ever happening.
Just look at the differences from California to Arizona with CCW requirements.
They are at such opposite ends of the problem I can't see a universal CCW ever happening.
Oh boy, is that ever true! Two very polar opposites!

I used to live in Arizona (And Oregon, and Washington, and a few others )
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I finally received my permit today.
It took from Nov 1st.
Not bad, 5 weeks.
It says issue date of 12/3 and good for 5 years.
Pretty cool.
Congrats WC that will get you a few more states in reciprocity.
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Am I correct in my understanding of the Idaho Enhanced license that they must be delivered in person vs. the information required (proof of training, non resident having home state CCW, finger prints) through the mail. Basically, requires a trip to Idaho. Been looking into Oregon CCW and also requires trip to OR.
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I have to say the AZ ccw unit is amazing. Mailed the application with prints on Nov 21 and received my permit today Dec 15.

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Old 12-15-2014, 9:51 AM
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That is fast.
Mine was 5 weeks.
Congrats.
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Just curious: would my CA HSC qualify for this?

6. A valid current or expired concealed weapon, firearm or handgun permit or license that is issued by another state or a political subdivision of another state and that has a training or testing requirement for initial issuance.
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I would not think it would.
You will need some sort of recent training course.
I used my Firearms Training Associates certificate for my Ca CCW as proof of training.
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ah roger that. thanks!
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CALL the Arizona DPS CCW unit. The ladies there are very nice and they will answer this with certainty.
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I have to say the AZ ccw unit is amazing. Mailed the application with prints on Nov 21 and received my permit today Dec 15.

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That's super fast, 24 days (I thought mine was fast at 29 days) - and that's with Thanksgiving too. Congrats.
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My AZ CCW took three weeks from the time I mailed my packet.
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OP here.
I need to get on the ball and get the spplication in.
Vacation end of February and might go to OR to visit my sisters. Should get my OR permit at thst time.
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Got mine in 27 days. It is the best deal in the U.S. 100.00 bucks total for 5 years.Free states are GREAT!!!!!
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Old 12-22-2014, 5:47 PM
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How did you pay $100?

Mine cost $60.
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When I got my Az. CCP I called DPS CCW Talked to a great guy, told him I took a hunter safety course back in the 60's as a cub scout in Long Beach.
I was asked if it was signed and had a number on it. He gave me his cell phone number to send him a picture of the card. Got a call an hour later he checked with the NRA, the instructor was real and they had the record of it. Sent in my paper work and about 3 weeks got the card. God bless the NRA'S records!
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Got mine in 27 days. It is the best deal in the U.S. 100.00 bucks total for 5 years.Free states are GREAT!!!!!
60.00 for permit and 40.00 for finger print cards.
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Wow. $40 for the prints is a lot.
I think mine were $15 at the Costa Mesa PD.
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When I got my Az. CCP I called DPS CCW Talked to a great guy, told him I took a hunter safety course back in the 60's as a cub scout in Long Beach.
I was asked if it was signed and had a number on it. He gave me his cell phone number to send him a picture of the card. Got a call an hour later he checked with the NRA, the instructor was real and they had the record of it. Sent in my paper work and about 3 weeks got the card. God bless the NRA'S records!

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