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  1. Laws and Politics - Firearms/Self Defense/Weapons
  2. Pistol Permits
    Hey everyone. I called the Ada County Sheriffs office out of Boise, ID on Friday to get information on the Idaho enhanced ccw permit. This permit will get you Nevada, and South Carolina. It is offered to both residents and non residents. Requirements are you have to take an 8 hour course on ID...
  3. Laws and Politics - Firearms/Self Defense/Weapons
    Idaho School District Debates Placing Guns in Schools and Training Staff to Use Them "A proposal by the school board would place guns in each school in the district, stored in a secure location, and stored in a biometric safe accessible only to trained staff."
  4. Introductions
    I suppose I should intro myself. As you can already see, I'm not from New York. So why the heck am I here? I'm an admin over at The Firing Line forums. Shortly after the McDonald case was decided, I began noting that there was an increase in the number of 2A cases being filed. I started...
  5. Firearms in the News
  6. Firearms in the News
    No sheriff support for Idao residents ! Idaho Sheriffs' Association Passes a Resolution to Enforce All Gun Laws
  7. Off Topic Lounge
    I had a job interview back in idaho on Friday. I would love to get back there. Not only are the gun laws better, the cost of living is a lot cheaper. I'm trying not to get my hopes up. Everything has to fall into place just right. The pay has to be right and the starting date has to right.
  8. Firearms in the News
    Idaho man accused of using gun to force 'moonwalk' - Yahoo! News
  9. News Feeds
    Idaho: Fish & Game Commission sets wolf hunt limits The Idaho Fish and Game Commission, Monday, August 17, set harvest limits for Idaho's first public wolf hunting season this fall. Hunters will be allowed to take up to 220 wolves this fall and winter. Wolf tags go on sale at 10 a.m. August 24...
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    Idaho: Jerome County aims to support new shooting range Jerome County commissioners took a step Monday toward the eventual development of a shooting range in eastern Jerome County. Before that could happen, federal Bureau of Reclamation land would have to shift to state management. The...
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    Montana and Idaho ready for first open wolf hunts
  12. News Feeds
    Idaho: Governor Signs Range Protection Bill! Yesterday, Governor C.L. "Butch" Otter (R) signed House Bill 194, the "Idaho Sport Shooting Immunities Act (IDSSIA)," into law.
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    Idaho: "Employer Liability Act" Needs Your Help in the Senate! On Monday, April 13 House Bill 287 passed in the House 50 to 19 (with one excused vote) and will now be sent to the Senate State Affairs Committee.
  14. News Feeds
    Idaho: "Employer Liability Act" to be Heard this Session! Last week your calls and e-mails helped convince House Speaker Lawerence Denney (R-9) and the House Leadership to hear one final pro-gun bill this year, House Bill 287, the "Employer Liability Act."...
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    Update on Pending Pro-Gun Bills in Idaho A number of NRA-backed bills are currently at different stages of the legislative process in Boise.
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    Idaho: Workplace Protection Bill Needs Your Help! The recently drafted "Employer Liability Act" would prohibit an employer from banning the lawful storage of firearms in an employee's locked vehicle. This bill has not yet been assigned a bill number and time is running out for it to pass this...
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    Idaho: NRA Ends Opposition to SB1112 Thanks to New Amendment Thanks to your calls, Senate Bill 1112 has been presented to the Idaho State Legislature with an amendment that corrects problems that NRA found with the bill's language. This correction will allow a citizen to be in lawful...
  18. News Feeds
    Attack on Right-to-Carry Pending in Idaho! Senate Bill 1112, sponsored by State Senator Tim Corder (R-22), amends existing laws relating to daycare licenses in the state of Idaho and has a provision that infringes upon your Second Amendment Rights. If you are a parent and you value your right...
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    Idaho: How much would hunting licenses go up? Hunting a big buck could cost you more bucks next fall, and the price of a salmon or steelhead permit could jump like a fish up a waterfall. While other state agencies are trimming their budgets because of lean state revenues, the Idaho Department...
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