A new law allows most gun owners over age 21 to be armed in public as long as the pistol is concealed
Via the Seattle Times:
There is a growing demand for concealed carry permits in Idaho after a new law went into effect this year.
KIFI-TV reports that the law allows most gun owners over the age of 21 to be armed in public places as long as their pistol is hidden by clothing, a purse or holster.
CrimeResearch.org says that nearly 8 percent of Idaho’s population has a concealed carry permit. SmartGunLaws.org says that number is expected to rise with the new law.
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