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KulG23
01-09-2013, 2:42 PM
Hey all, I have my ccw application and GC all ready... if there someone here that I could send GC to for review or anyone that has successfully gotten a CCW from Riverside County Sheriffs that could send me their good cause? My GC is working in the legal community, though not an attorney... I have very simliar contact and involvement in cases.

travis.kula@gmail.com

My biggest concern is I have a "wet reckless"/misdemeanor that I am have explunged on Jan 22. I have tons of family in law enforcement, but know that means nothing on the application.

Any help or advice is MUCH appreciated!

Thank you!

LCU1670
01-09-2013, 6:03 PM
Run your info past "team Billy Jack". Google for website or contact info.

rocketeng
01-21-2013, 8:00 AM
They will only issue one for business purposes. ie cash deposits for a business

ambiguous216
01-27-2013, 9:20 PM
Try posting in the ccw thread for more visibility.

ambiguous216
04-04-2013, 11:43 PM
Any luck?

acespawnshop
04-06-2013, 12:13 PM
I have a CCW from Riverside Co. The deputies in the office are great and are helpful. However, I think that you should expand more on your duty in the legal community. I tied my GC to business purposes. Frequent trips to banks etc. My question is what do you do that makes you a higher risk for crime. How can you articulate that you NEED this CCW? If you make frequent deposits for your firm you may have GC for a permit. But I doubt they will issue if you are asking because you make trips to unsavory areas or something like that

acespawnshop
04-06-2013, 12:18 PM
Forgot to mention Bill Murphy at Firearms Training Assoc. would be able to help you with your CG statement. He teaches the CCW class that you need to take to get issued a permit. If you call and speak with either him or his wife Cheryl you can probably get a feel for if your GC is sufficient enough for issuance. They teach the class every month and have had great successes with many issuing agencies. Even LA county who is very very tough to get.

cowboyup
04-06-2013, 12:27 PM
You can call the CCW unit and they will tell you too. Good guys them.

acespawnshop
04-06-2013, 5:43 PM
You can call the CCW unit and they will tell you too. Good guys them.


Yes, Yugirre *sorry if I spelled it wrong* is a great person, other guy is nice but I didn't deal directly with him.

breakd0wn
04-12-2013, 10:10 AM
Forgot to mention Bill Murphy at Firearms Training Assoc. would be able to help you with your CG statement. He teaches the CCW class that you need to take to get issued a permit. If you call and speak with either him or his wife Cheryl you can probably get a feel for if your GC is sufficient enough for issuance. They teach the class every month and have had great successes with many issuing agencies. Even LA county who is very very tough to get.

FTA is highly recommended. Good, professional people.