carracer wrote:Pure and utter bull ****. The only thing that is even possibly legitimate in that is the liquor establishments, which state law only prohibits carrying a Concealed weapon while under the influence of an intoxicating substance. Open carry while drinking is still allowed and carrying in a place that sells liquor is completely legal, both openly or concealed.I decided to get my resident Idaho CWP to go along with my Utah non res permit. So this morning I took my Utah Training certificate to the local Sheriff's Dept. to fill out the application and give them finger prints and money. In exchange they gave me reciepts and a hand out of photocopies of laws etc. I read thru thm and it was the same info that pretty much is standard. However, the very last page is a photocopied page with no reference to anything and states:
"State law prohibits firearms and dangerous weapons (concealed or otherwise) in:
Any Public Gathering (including):
Publicly Owned/Operated Buildings
Publicly Owned Parks where hunting is not allowed."
I cannot find reference to any of this in the Idaho statutes other than the normal schools and courthouses etc. located in title 18 chapter 33, 18-3302C
Anyone have any insight into this?
18.33 is the only statute that matters. If it is not prohibited within that statute, it is legal.