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    I am zipping over the CDA today.

    My WA concealed permit is good there, open carry is good there.

    The question is, is there a point where it has to be one or the other? Here in WA, it doesn't matter if you are fully concealed, partially concealed or fully open, as long as you have a CC permit. Is it the same in ID?

    Anywhere other than courthouses off limits for guns in ID. I don't plan on being anywhere but retail businesses today. Iwill be OC/CC depending on whether or not my coat is on or unzipped.

    Anything else I NEED to know before going over?

    thanks

    bob





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    CDA is pretty good about CC and OC. I have OCd around there for about a year now with no issues to date. I have walked by the CDA PD OCing and they didnt look twice. You should be ok, but there may be a few retailers who get jumpy around OCd guns.

    Avoid K-12 schools, courthouses and "secure locations" and you should be good to go.

    For lunch go hit up Hudson's on Sherman Ave. in downtown for lunch. Great burgers and a fantastic staff. There is a reason they have been open for over 100 years.

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    Thanks for the quick reply.

    I figured it was the same as WA, but wanted to double check. I should know by now, but I don't get over there very much anymore.

    bob



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    ID and WA are pretty similar.

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