Twenty-three states have agreed to honor concealed weapons licenses from Idaho, according to Idaho Attorney General Lawrence Wasden. So far 11 states have declined and 15 states are still in talks with Idaho.
Idaho began offering two types of concealed weapons licenses in July. The original license, that Idaho will continue to offer, is available to qualified residents 18 years old and older. The new license will be an “enhanced [concealed weapons license]” that would be available to persons 21 years old and older who have undergone specific training requirements.
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Twenty-three states have agreed to honor concealed weapons licenses from Idaho, according to Idaho Attorney…
by Personal Defense World / Aug 15, 2013