good to see more states headed in the right direction
BOISE, IDAHO — On Friday afternoon, Idaho Governor Butch Otter signed into law a bill that will allow Idaho residents 21 years of age and older, to carry concealed firearms without the need for a permit. Recently passed in the Senate and House, SB-1389 will still have residents ages 18-20 to complete training and have a permit.
In Idaho, it is currently legal to openly carry a firearm without a permit.
Once the law goes into effect on July 1st 2016, Idaho will join the other states that have permitless concealed carry; Alaska, Arizona, Kansas, Maine, Vermont, Wyoming and West Virginia. Many other states are also working on similar legislation, and the list is likely to grow.
4 Mar ’12
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