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desertjosh 02-19-2021 8:00 PM

Ok so I'm confused on Idaho carry laws
 
The law says "within city limits " for the permit less concealed carry to be legal. Does anyone know the true legality of concealed carry in Idaho Here? Thanks, I am not good at interpreting written law.

racinjason233 02-19-2021 8:19 PM

If you are a citizen of USA who is over 18 and not a prohibited person you can open carry or CCW in Idaho. That is about all.

desertjosh 02-19-2021 8:23 PM

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Originally Posted by racinjason233 (Post 25469214)
If you are a citizen of USA who is over 18 and not a prohibited person you can open carry or CCW in Idaho. That is about all.

So what is the whole outside of city limits thing?

-hanko 02-19-2021 8:25 PM

OP, it still pays...
 
...to get your enhanced concealed carry license.

You get more than 40 state carry privileges, you can carry on U of I campuses, and no NICS checks if you're buying new or used guns from an ffl.

You also get 4 hours of legal advice from an experienced firearms attorney.

In summary, NO downside.

9Cal_OC 02-19-2021 10:11 PM

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Originally Posted by racinjason233 (Post 25469214)
If you are a citizen of USA who is over 18 and not a prohibited person you can open carry or CCW in Idaho. That is about all.

This.

Wasn’t the city limits before the constitutional carry?

etwinam 02-19-2021 10:35 PM

Congrats on the move bro, how is hvac life in sharp in case I can convince the wife Someday?

Quiet 02-19-2021 11:35 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by desertjosh (Post 25469146)
The law says "within city limits " for the permit less concealed carry to be legal. Does anyone know the true legality of concealed carry in Idaho Here? Thanks, I am not good at interpreting written law.

Quote:

Originally Posted by desertjosh (Post 25469225)
So what is the whole outside of city limits thing?

Quote:

Originally Posted by 9Cal_OC (Post 25469481)
Wasn’t the city limits before the constitutional carry?

Starting 07-01-2019...

It is legal for a non-prohibited ID resident, age 18 or older, to legally open carry a deadly weapon throughout the State.

It is legal for a non-prohibited ID resident, age 18 or older, to legally conceal carry a deadly weapon outside of city limits.
In order to legally conceal carry within city limits, the person must have a valid CCW permit.

It is not legally to carry (open or concealed) within a prohibited location.
Prohibited location = courthouses, juvenile detention facilities or jails, and public or private schools.

It is not legal to conceal carry while consuming alcohol/drugs or be under the influence of alcohol/drugs.


Starting 07-01-2020...

It is legal for a non-prohibited person, age 18 or older, to legally open carry a deadly weapon throughout the State.

It is legal for a non-prohibited person, age 18 or older, to legally conceal carry a deadly weapon throughout the State.

It is not legally to carry (open or concealed) within a prohibited location.
Prohibited location = courthouses, juvenile detention facilities or jails, and public or private schools.

It is not legal to conceal carry while consuming alcohol/drugs or be under the influence of alcohol/drugs.

desertjosh 02-20-2021 7:32 AM

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Originally Posted by etwinam (Post 25469535)
Congrats on the move bro, how is hvac life in sharp in case I can convince the wife Someday?

Thanks! It's booming! Got about 6 job offers and start my new HVAC Specialist position with the Idaho State Department of Administration on Monday! Convince the wife to bail!

Dan_Eastvale 02-20-2021 11:32 AM

Congratulations! Enjoy.

desertjosh 02-20-2021 4:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Quiet (Post 25469647)
Starting 07-01-2019...

It is legal for a non-prohibited ID resident, age 18 or older, to legally open carry a deadly weapon throughout the State.

It is legal for a non-prohibited ID resident, age 18 or older, to legally conceal carry a deadly weapon outside of city limits.
In order to legally conceal carry within city limits, the person must have a valid CCW permit.

It is not legally to carry (open or concealed) within a prohibited location.
Prohibited location = courthouses, juvenile detention facilities or jails, and public or private schools.

It is not legal to conceal carry while consuming alcohol/drugs or be under the influence of alcohol/drugs.


Starting 07-01-2020...

It is legal for a non-prohibited person, age 18 or older, to legally open carry a deadly weapon throughout the State.

It is legal for a non-prohibited person, age 18 or older, to legally conceal carry a deadly weapon throughout the State.

It is not legally to carry (open or concealed) within a prohibited location.
Prohibited location = courthouses, juvenile detention facilities or jails, and public or private schools.

It is not legal to conceal carry while consuming alcohol/drugs or be under the influence of alcohol/drugs.

Thank you sir. I just conceal carried all day today for my first time since being here. Definitely a good feeling!

Nvberinger 02-21-2021 12:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by desertjosh (Post 25470197)
Thanks! It's booming! Got about 6 job offers and start my new HVAC Specialist position with the Idaho State Department of Administration on Monday! Convince the wife to bail!

Congrats, no job offer yet for me.

johndoe2150 03-18-2021 9:24 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by desertjosh (Post 25469225)
So what is the whole outside of city limits thing?

Anywhere in the state that's not otherwise prohibited (Federal Buildings, Prisons, Courthouses, Schools) are legal to carry for any legal non prohibited citizen over the age of 18.

(3) No person shall carry concealed weapons on or about his person without a license to carry concealed weapons, except:

(f) Any deadly weapon concealed by a person who is:
Over eighteen (18) years of age; A citizen of the United States or a current member of the armed forces of the United States; and Is not disqualified from being issued a license under paragraphs (b) through (n) of subsection (11) of this section.


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