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    States honored

    The reciprocity map here shows Idaho accepting permits from all other state except Wisconsin and Illinois, which do not allow ccw at all. I was wondering about Alaska and Vermont, and recently Arizona. These states do not require a permit to ccw. Since they don't have one, are they not barred from cww while in Idaho? If so the map should be updated. If not is there an exemption for them in our statutes? I didn't see one.

    This section seemed to apply:

    (121) The requirement to secure a license to carry a concealed weapon
    37 under this section shall not apply to the following persons:
    38 (a) Officials of a county, city, state of Idaho, the United States, peace
    39 officers, guards of any jail, court appointed attendants or any officer of
    40 any express company on duty;
    41 (b) Employees of the adjutant general and military division of the state
    42 where military membership is a condition of employment when on duty;
    43 (c) Criminal investigators of the attorney general's office, criminal
    44 investigators of a prosecuting attorney's office, prosecutors and their
    45 deputies;
    46 (d) Any person outside the limits of or confines of any city, or outside
    47 any mining, lumbering, logging or railroad camp, located outside any city,
    48 while engaged in lawful hunting, fishing, trapping or other lawful outdoor
    49 activity;
    50 (e) Any publicly elected Idaho official;
    51 (f) Retired peace officers with at least ten (10) years of service with
    52 the state or a political subdivision as a peace officer and who have been
    53 certified by the peace officer standards and training council;
    54 (g) Any person who has a valid permit from a state or local law enforce-
    55 ment agency or court authorizing him to carry a concealed weapon. A permit

    5

    1 issued in another state will only be considered valid if the permit is in
    2 the licensee's physical possession.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stiofan View Post
    The reciprocity map here shows Idaho accepting permits from all other state except Wisconsin and Illinois, which do not allow ccw at all. I was wondering about Alaska and Vermont, and recently Arizona. These states do not require a permit to ccw. Since they don't have one, are they not barred from cww while in Idaho? If so the map should be updated. If not is there an exemption for them in our statutes? I didn't see one.

    This section seemed to apply:
    I don't know about Alaska and Vermont, but from what I understand with Arizona, you can still apply for a CCW, as I think their "constitutional carry" still has limits on where you can carry without a CCW (I may be wrong, but that was the info I had as of a week ago)....I would think that in absence of some official permit from that state, that Idaho would not honor your ability to carry while here.

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    wolfhunter Guest
    Alaska will issue a permit for those who want to CCW while traveling outside Alaska.

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