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    Idaho Enhanced Permit

    Has anyone here heard if if Nevada is going to recognize Idahos new enhanced permit going into effect July 1st?

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    I've not heard, but our state is screwed up in its process. The power to decide has been illegally delegated to a private non-profit association. They make decisions rashly.

    If you tell us (or link) the specifics of this enhanced permit, we can give you a guess as to whether it is something they would even consider.
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    It is a new course you can take that is like Nevada's class.

    http://legislature.idaho.gov/legislation/2013/H0192.pdf

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    Is there an 8-hour class for initial and a 4-hour class at renewal?

    Is there a weapons qualification as part of the class?

    The 5-year expiration is one of the things NV requires, so you have that. That was one of the things I saw as I tried to skim through that entire law, but I'm honestly not going to read it all thoroughly.
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    There is a live fire exercise but I didn't see anything abi ut a database which I believe is also a requirement right?

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    Yes the live fire is required with the enhanced permit. I cant find it but there is a web page from an Idaho sheriff dept. that talks about it.

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    The requirements for the Idaho Enhanced Permit are almost identical to the Michigan permit requirements. Michigan's permit is honored by 38 states, including Nevada.

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    That all sounds good, now if you can get our illegal non-government association to give a big enough damn to differentiate between your two permits...
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    From Nevada Sheriffs & Police Chief's Association Exec Director:

    Thanks,
    Nevada DPS is aware of it. They should have a decision by July. They are monitoring a couple of other States.

    -Robert

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    I was just wondering, if you already have a Idaho permit will the new enhanced permit be grandfathered in? I thought Nevada already recognized Idaho's permit?

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    As of right now Nevada does not recognize Idaho concealed weapon permits. http://www.nvrepository.state.nv.us/ccw_changes.shtml

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    They are still reviewing the situation according to another email from them, the DPS' records and technical section are working on it now. My guess is that the tech section deals with interfaces for records (the 24/7 availability records requirement in the statute).

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    Re: Idaho Enhanced Permit

    From NVSCA:

    Nevada Department of Public Safety has forwarded Idaho's enhanced permit information to the Nevada Sheriff's and Chief's Association. Recognition of the permit will be discussed at the July meeting.

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    I got this from the Idaho section of the forum, from user: "CarryTheTruth".

    This bill adds a new area, not*section, but area, as Idaho Code 18-3302K

    The Enhanced Concealed Weapons License (ECWL) requires additional training as follows:
    - a total of 8 hours
    - 4 hours is in-person, face-to-face "lecture/instruction";
    - 1.5 to 2 hours of this needs to be conducted by an Idaho State Bar lawyer or Police Officer achieving intermediate POST training
    - 4 hours of "live-fire" training with a minimum of 98 rounds (how they came up with that number ?!)

    The purpose of the ECWL is to increase firearm training requirements to then enable the expansion of acceptance of Idaho's new ECWL to establish new Conceal Carry Reciprocity Agreements Idaho has with 25 states to upward of 40 or more states, including Washington and Nevada. Sadly, Oregon is, well, being liberally stingy.

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