Idaho Concealed Carry Training

Welcome to American Firearms Training, your Idaho firearms training specialists.  Our innovative, fun, and professional course, Introduction to Pistol Safety will give you all the pistol safety knowledge you need to safely handle and manipulate a firearm.  The best part, the class is free!  At American Firearms Training, we believe so strongly in spreading the word about pistol safety that we are offering the class free of charge to anyone that wants to learn.  Additionally, Introduction to Pistol Safety is a great option to fulfill the educational requirements in Idaho to allow you to apply for your concealed carry permit.

At AFT, we believe so strongly in firearm safety that we are offering the class for free, you only need to pay if you intend to print out your certificate and apply for your concealed carry permit.  Front to back, the class takes about 90 minutes and you can log out at any time and log back in right at the point you left off.  The course completion certificate is only $49.99 and acceptance by your sheriff is guaranteed.

NOTE: Effective July 1, 2013, this course satisfies the training requirement for the Idaho License to Carry Concealed Weapons (18-3302).  The Idaho Enhanced License to Carry Concealed Weapons (18-3302K) which will be available starting July 1, 2013, requires additional training that AFT cannot provide at this time.

Introduction to Pistol Safety is taught by a State Certified Law Enforcement Instructor.  If you are after your Idaho gun permit, there is no better way to qualify. Simply register and pay for the class. If you wish to apply for your Idaho concealed carry permit, simply pay for and print out your certificate upon completion of the course and take it down to your local Sheriff.

You are less than 90 minutes away from qualifying for your concealed carry permit, click here to begin!

A Idaho concealed carry permit may be all that it takes for you to feel safer, both for yourself, and for those you care about. Take the first step today on the road to firearms safety.

If you have questions about our course, feel free to email us at or call the helpline at (540) 288-4262. A member of our staff will be available to help you or will return your call as soon as possible.