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    Idaho Gun Law/Rights Tri-Fold Brochure

    Perhaps the admin can make this post a sticky.

    This Brochure was created by some members over at the OpenCarry.org forums and is a handy piece to keep on your person or in your vehicle.

    Idaho Gun Law Brochure in PDF

    Editable Brochure in Microsoft Publisher format

    Admin - I tried uploading these files here, but there were upload errors on both the pdf and zip file. So I've linked the files directly on the open carry forum. Perhaps we can get the upload feature fixed in the near future.

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    That was very helpful for me after moving here from WV about a month ago. Thanks!

    The only things that I haven't been able to confirm is whether or not we can legally carry concealed into a bank (we can in WV) and do we have to notifiy an LEO during a traffic stop that we're legally carrying concealed (wasn't required in WV)?

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    Well, banks are not a proscribed site.
    Reality, DEAL with IT!

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    You can carry in a bank and you do not have to notify of CCW when stopped for a simple traffic. If asked after the stop if you are armed then you would need to respond properly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stiofan View Post
    You can carry in a bank and you do not have to notify of CCW when stopped for a simple traffic. If asked after the stop if you are armed then you would need to respond properly.
    10-4, thank you, sir!

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    Yup, you can carry in a bank. I open carried into Mountain West Bank on Ironwood last Friday.

    The only restrictions are on any public or private school, or a courthouse. But you have to strip down and go through a metal detector just to pay a traffic violation, so you wouldn't make it too far if you tried to in a courthouse. :D

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    Although, I was really surprised when the Sheriff's Department invited me to carry in the courthouse building and Sheriff's offices over in Council. Forget which county it was, Adams?

    That was one reason I chose to move here a couple of years later.
    Reality, DEAL with IT!

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