COUPLE'S ENHANCED CONCEALED CARRY
IDAHO ENHANCED CONCEALED CARRY
Disclaimer: The purpose of the Enhanced Concealed Carry (ECC) course is to educate students in Idaho law as well as train them how to responsibly carry a concealed firearm, not to develop deep combat proficiency. Therefore, prior to taking the ECC course, it would benefit all students to enroll in training that introduces them to fundamental shooting practices. Such skills are taught in depth in our Basic Pistol course. Students should also continue training even after participating in the ECC course.
Why you Should Train with us:
At Independence Indoor Shooting, we
- Hire only competent and down-to-earth instructors
- Focus on the student
- Have climate-controlled classrooms and indoor range
- Are in the Boise metro area
- Utilize state-of-the-art training aids and literature
- Include rental firearms as part of the instruction (if needed)
Class Duration: 8 Hours
$150.00 (Regular Class fee)
$125.00 (Senior ECCW Class)
$125.00 (Couple's ECCW Class)
REGISTER FOR THESE CLASSES ON THE LEFT OF THIS PAGE
Class Participation Requirements:
- Senior ECCW Class: Must be 60 years of age or older
- Couple's ECCW Class: Must register two (2) participants in the same transaction
This course satisfies the requirements of Idaho Code 18-3302K, enabling students to apply for an Idaho Enhanced Concealed Carry Permit as well as an Oregon Concealed Carry Permit.
Students enrolled in this course will:
- Learn the laws pertaining to armed self-defense in Idaho.
- Learn where the Enhanced Concealed Carry Permit is recognized and where it is not, including state reciprocity.
- Understand the responsibilities attached to an individual who chooses to carry a concealed firearm.
Additional course topics include:
- What kind of pistol to carry, how to carry it, and why
- Situational awareness and confrontation avoidance
- Adopting a defensive mindset
- Strategies and responses to an attack
- Psychological processes prior to, during, and after an armed encounter
- Legal processes prior to, during, and after an armed encounter
Students will participate in a 120 round standardized course of fire. This course of fire is not timed and has been adopted by IIS as a basic tool to measure a student's proficiency. It also allows the student to identify what skills they need to hone, allowing them to carry and use a firearm with confidence.
Items Needed for Class:
- A positive attitude
- Eye and Ear protection (clear lenses and ear muffs preferred)
- Semi-auto pistol and at least two (2) magazines
- 120 rounds of ammunition (minimum) 150 rounds of ammunition preferred
- Pistol Rug or Range Bag for pistol transportation to the Range
- Notebook and pen/pencil
- Water and snacks