Thread: Moving to ID
I'll be moving to ID in about six months. I currently have a UT permit that expires in about 5 years, and a FL non-resident permit that expires in three years. I am trying to find out if I need to get a ID permit after I move or can I carry on a UT or FL non-resident permit for a few months before obtaining a ID permit?
I do plan on obtaining the ID permit but it might take a month or two.
I do know that in UT, you can be a resident and carry with a permit from another state, so long as that state issues non-resident permits.
The advantage to having an Idaho one is when it comes to purchasing from an FFL dealer. No background check needed!
Chuck Norris/Ted Nugent That's the ticket for 2016!
RETG, first welcome to the forum
second is the UT an resident or non resident permit.
i could be mistaken but from what i understand about Idaho law. when you become a resident there , the other resident permits are void.
i suggest you Open carry
Luke 22:36 ; 36Then said he unto them, But now, he that hath a purse, let him take it, and likewise his scrip: and he that hath no sword, let him sell his garment, and buy one.
"guns are like a Parachute, if you don't have one when you need it, you will not need one again"
i you call a CHP a CCW then you are really stupid. period.
However, I do have a FL non-resident permit and that is the one I'm questioning. Guess the best would be to write the state and find out.
Idaho code 18-3302 (12)(g) which says:
(g) Any person who has a valid permit from a state or local law enforcement agency or court authorizing him to carry a concealed weapon. A permit issued in another state will only be considered valid if the permit is in the licensee's physical possession.
Welcome to Idaho!
Please open carry as much as possible.
I have not had one business or person object in the Coeur D Alene/Post Falls area.