Teton County Wyoming Concealed Firearms Permit Process to obtain a government permit allowing you to keep and bear arms in a concealed manner.
*Thank you Matt Ednie for helping compile this information!
- Download this application to your computer.
- Complete application, make 4 copies, have at least 2 of them notarized.
- Get a $64 cashiers check or postal money order made out to DCI
- Make your fingerprint appointment online with the detention center.
- Go to the detention center located HERE at 175 S. Willow Street and get your fingerprints taken. (RED arrow on aerial photo below) (Bring $5 cash.)
- Walk across the parking lot to the Sheriff’s Office Admin bringing with you your driver’s license and your certificate showing firearms familiarization. (BLUE arrow on aerial photo below) (Bring $10 cash.) They will make a copy of your DL and give you back one copy of your application.
- Head down to WYDOT with that last copy of your application within 5 days of submitting your application to the Sheriff’s office and have your picture taken.
- Relax, perhaps with a nice beverage, some carrot chips and hummus, for 45 to 90 days.
- The Sheriff’s Office will call you and ask you to come down and pick up your permit. (BLUE arrow on aerial photo below) Be sure to bring your government issued ID when you come to pick up your permit.
Wyoming Concealed Firearms Permit Process FAQs:
Q. Wait a minute Shepard, do I have to have a government permit to exercise a natural right guaranteed by the US Government’s Constitution?
A. No, of course not, that would be silly, wouldn’t it? If a government within the United States required you to have a permit to keep and bear arms, they would be in violation of the federal government’s constitutional amendment #2. If this was the case, you would need to contact the US Department of Justice and report those local domestic tyrants. In Wyoming, Constitutional Carry is allowed. In other words, if you would be eligible to get a Concealed Firearms Permit (Not a wife-beater, felon etc) then you may carry a firearm open or concealed within the state of Wyoming as long as you abide by its other rules.
Q. Well then, why would I want to get a CFP?
A. Reciprocity with other states. If you have a Wyoming CFP, many other state governments and their employees will recognize the Wyoming permit and allow you to keep and bear arms in their jurisdiction as well. Click on Wyoming at THIS SITE to see which states have reciprocity.
More FAQs and answers HERE.