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Concealed Weapons License

Location of the Concealed Weapons Office

DMV Annex Build

254 E St
Idaho Falls, ID 83402
208-529-1350
Ex 1524

Hours

Monday – Friday (except Holidays) 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM

I.C. 18-3302 Concealed Weapons License Applicant Requirements (standard Permit)

  1. Completed Idaho State Police application. (Application will be in the Concealed Weapons Office)
  2. Approved background information for State & Federal requirements. Please bring in one of the following:
    • Certificate of Course Completion from: State Fish & Game hunter’s safety, National Rifle Association, Firearms Safety Course, Institution of Higher Education , Law Enforcement Agency, Organized Shooting Competition or Security Class;
      1. Entity contact information, or
      2. Instructor contact information
      3. Date of issue
      4. Date of expiration if applicable.
    • Military Records to include;
      Honorable Discharge
    • Current & valid Idaho or other State Concealed Weapons License.
    • Go to WWW.idahocwl.org take the CWL Handgun Safety Course and Purchase the Certificate of Completion (certificate is 25$)
  3. State and Federal requirements regarding firearm prohibition also apply.

I.C. 18-3302K Enhanced Concealed Weapons License Applicant Requirements (Enhanced Permit)

  1. Completed Idaho State Police application. (Application will be in the Concealed Weapons Office)
  2. Approved background information for State & Federal requirements.
  3. Certificate of completion of the National Rifle Association Personal Protection or Equivalent Course. Personal Handgun Protection taught face to face by an NRA, Idaho Post or Nationally Recognized organization firearms instructor. Has at least 8 hours in instruction in:
    • Idaho Law relating to firearms taught by an active licensed member of the Idaho State Bar, or a law enforcement officer who holds an Idaho POST Intermediate or higher Certificate, and
    • Basic concepts of safe and responsible handgun use, and
    • Self-defense principles, and
    • 98 round minimum, live fire training.
  4. State and Federal requirements regarding firearm prohibition also apply.