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Old 04-04-2018, 12:13 PM
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Does anybody know if Dep. Yezzo is still with the CCW unit? (thought I'd ask here before bugging them with a phone call)

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Does anybody know if Dep. Yezzo is still with the CCW unit? (thought I'd ask here before bugging them with a phone call)

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Yes. Still there. Spoke to him a week ago.


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Old 04-04-2018, 2:02 PM
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Yes. Still there. Spoke to him a week ago.
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Thanks! I went ahead and emailed him. He responded back quickly (as he always did with me) and asked for my number. I'll await his call.


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Old 04-04-2018, 4:53 PM
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Hey all, I'm going to qualify at Ben Clark 4/7. I thought I read somewhere that you aren't suppose to be using reloaded ammo. Does anyone know for sure if that's a problem there? Thanks!
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Old 04-04-2018, 5:57 PM
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Hey all, I'm going to qualify at Ben Clark 4/7. I thought I read somewhere that you aren't suppose to be using reloaded ammo. Does anyone know for sure if that's a problem there? Thanks!


I heard the same thing. I went to Johnny Woods in Indio, he did not care!


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Old 04-04-2018, 6:24 PM
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I was looking over the Riverside CCW packet for a friend and found this to be interesting:
In the event I am detained or arrested by any law enforcement agency, or asked to present my license to any peace officer. I shall notify the CCW Unit as soon as it is practical to do so, describing the details of the law enforcement contact. Additionally, I understand that I am to report any court actions, either civil or criminal, where I am directly involved.
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Old 04-04-2018, 7:00 PM
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Pretty common ccw verbiage. If you donít break the law, will not be an issue.


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Old 04-05-2018, 5:40 AM
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Pretty common ccw verbiage. If you donít break the law, will not be an issue.


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That actual verbiage isn't in the San Bernardino paperwork.
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Old 04-05-2018, 5:51 AM
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It is in many counties all across the United States. May not be those exact words, but itís there.


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Old 04-05-2018, 1:16 PM
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Okay.... without doing a search (sorry "you need to do a search" police), I know on the application it states holsters with thumb break are required at Ben Clark. Most of my holsters are kydex with no thumb break retention.

Has anybody that's been there lately see any leeway with this?


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Old 04-05-2018, 6:44 PM
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Its been a year for me, but they did not care about the thumb break. Just bring one holster that all your guns will fit in so you don't have to keep changing holsters.

I used a cheap nylon uncle mikes.

They did specifically not like serpa holsters.
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Old 04-05-2018, 6:58 PM
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Okay.... without doing a search (sorry "you need to do a search" police), I know on the application it states holsters with thumb break are required at Ben Clark. Most of my holsters are kydex with no thumb break retention.

Has anybody that's been there lately see any leeway with this?


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I completed my range safety/ qual in Feb. A thumbstrap/ thumb break was not required during my class. I used a custom fit strapless pancake holster with trigger guard tension.
Range staff were reasonably flexible regarding holsters. Holsters had to be OWB and properly fit the firearm (maintaining safety & security). Kydex holsters are acceptable. The only holster discussed that they "do not recommend" using is the original Blackhawk Serpa with the index finger release located over the trigger.
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Old 04-06-2018, 12:42 PM
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I completed my range safety/ qual in Feb. A thumbstrap/ thumb break was not required during my class. I used a custom fit strapless pancake holster with trigger guard tension.
Range staff were reasonably flexible regarding holsters. Holsters had to be OWB and properly fit the firearm (maintaining safety & security). Kydex holsters are acceptable. The only holster discussed that they "do not recommend" using is the original Blackhawk Serpa with the index finger release located over the trigger.

Yeah, I'm aware of the whole Serpa issue. Just hoping my kydex will work. Appears it will. Thanks for the response!

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Old 04-10-2018, 11:10 AM
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Okay.... without doing a search (sorry "you need to do a search" police), I know on the application it states holsters with thumb break are required at Ben Clark. Most of my holsters are kydex with no thumb break retention.

Has anybody that's been there lately see any leeway with this?


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From what I have experience, what my friends have experienced, and others, although the packet talks about needing a thumb break, it has never been enforced or even brought up in the class.

I personally saw quite a bit of IWB holsters in class, they didn't care. The only time they cared about the holster was if it was a SERPA style with index finger release, and any holster (crossdraw on the front of a plate carrier) where you swipe someone next to you.

Regarding ammo, there was no mention that it could not be reloaded. I usually shoot reloads, but for the qual, I went and bought a few boxes of the nicest JHP ammo I could buy. I would advise you pay a few extra bucks and shoot good, new ammo.

I posted other great Ben Clark info here.

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Old 04-11-2018, 9:04 AM
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I am new to the group and forum, I waited 2 years to get my appointment with the Riverside County Sheriff and will have my interview in a couple of weeks. I am working on my applications and want to make sure that "my good cause" will be sufficient to get me approved. Any ideas or help would greatly be appreciated. Please don't be afraid to PM me for assistance. I am concerned for my family's safety, live around the corner from a known gang banger and was recently hit by a car because the guy did not want to pay his $82.00 tow bill.
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Old 04-11-2018, 11:45 AM
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Do you drive a tow truck? That alone should be good cause for a ltc. Do you have to go out on calls in the middle of the night, sometimes to lonely dark spots with little no law enforcement presence. Bring proof, if you have any, of the guy hitting you with his car.
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Old 04-12-2018, 8:07 PM
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Recently moved to Riverside county, into an unincorporated area, so Riverside Sheriffs Dept. would be my issuing agency
  1. Wording / verbiage in their application document suggests that citizenship is required? I'm a permanaent resident / green card - problem?
  2. "I live in the desert, have land, regularly hike in areas known to be home to mountain lions / cougars / etc, middle of nowhere" - sufficient good cause?

Considering just waiting until naturalization has completed before applying, though living in SoCal there's something of a backlog for that too
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Old 04-13-2018, 12:51 PM
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Recently moved to Riverside county, into an unincorporated area, so Riverside Sheriffs Dept. would be my issuing agency
  1. Wording / verbiage in their application document suggests that citizenship is required? I'm a permanaent resident / green card - problem?
  2. "I live in the desert, have land, regularly hike in areas known to be home to mountain lions / cougars / etc, middle of nowhere" - sufficient good cause?

Considering just waiting until naturalization has completed before applying, though living in SoCal there's something of a backlog for that too
1. Not sure. But call and make an appointment now. Your interview (and where you hand in your application) will be about 2+ YEARS from now, then add another 5-6 months for livescan. Sounds like you will be a citizen soon, so it won't be an issue.

2. I would say probably, but you probably could add to it. When they return your call for your appointment in a few days, ask them. They are really good at helping people get their CCW as long as you read what is on their website. Almost ALL questions people ask here are in the instructions for the CCW on the website.
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Old 04-18-2018, 10:46 PM
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Picking up my permit tomorrow, took exactly 6 wks since pistol qualification,
five months since my first request for appointment.
Deputies in Riverside office are great and totally down to earth through the whole process.
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Old 04-19-2018, 12:30 PM
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Picking up my permit tomorrow, took exactly 6 wks since pistol qualification,
five months since my first request for appointment.
Deputies in Riverside office are great and totally down to earth through the whole process.
Are you saying you called for an appointment five months ago, did the appointment, did the livescan, qualified, and picking up your permit tomorrow? From start to finish 5 months? Wow, that is huge news! That's sped up by about two years.
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Picking up my permit tomorrow, took exactly 6 wks since pistol qualification,

five months since my first request for appointment.

Deputies in Riverside office are great and totally down to earth through the whole process.


What? That canít be right last time I checked it was a two year waiting list.


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How is that possible? I called in August for my appointment. I’m scheduled for June 2019.
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I have been on a waiting list since June 23rd 2016, Sept 25 2018 that is when they have me scheduled.
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Maybe he got someone's cancelled appointment?

It took me 2 years lol
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Requested app on nov29 2017, appointment Jan29 2018,livescan done at the end of February sometimes,march 3rd pistol qualify, picked up permit today april 19/2018.
It was pretty straight forward, maybe I did get someone's cancelled appointment, who knows.
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Requested app on nov29 2017, appointment Jan29 2018,livescan done at the end of February sometimes,march 3rd pistol qualify, picked up permit today april 19/2018.
It was pretty straight forward, maybe I did get someone's cancelled appointment, who knows.
Congratulations, thatís the fastest I have ever heard in Riverside. It took my buddy nearly 2 years to the day for the same process recently. Heck thatís faster than San Bernardino even! Will end up being right at about 11 months for me start to finish...
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Congratulations, thatís the fastest I have ever heard in Riverside. It took my buddy nearly 2 years to the day for the same process recently. Heck thatís faster than San Bernardino even! Will end up being right at about 11 months for me start to finish...
San Bernardino hasn't always been 11 months.
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San Bernardino hasn't always been 11 months.
Longer?
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Old 04-20-2018, 8:40 AM
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Longer?
There have been many times start to finish has been a matter of months.
Just recently heard of a 12 week turn around.
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There have been many times start to finish has been a matter of months.
Just recently heard of a 12 week turn around.
Wow, I guess some people have all the luck. Wife and I applied at different times, and both going to be just shy of a year for both of us...
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Old 04-20-2018, 9:33 AM
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Wow, I guess some people have all the luck. Wife and I applied at different times, and both going to be just shy of a year for both of us...
It isn't luck. It is timing.
There have been increases in apps and times that the numbers are down.
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Well after being denied in 2015 I'm giving it another shot. Using same good cause. Interview is in June.

ETA...going the pre-approval route this time.

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Emailed inquiry for apt on July 2.
Reply recieved July 5th:
scheduled to come in on October 16, 2018 at 1030 hrs.
apt was moved to Feb 15th, 2018
Livescan completed Feb 27th, 2018
Today 04/03/18 Turned in(emailed PDF's) all paperwork from CCW class and range qual w/Street Safe Defense. (delay was partly me due to work schedule)

now its a waiting game...
Livescan is the botttleneck in the process after the interview. Plan on 5 months after livescan. So you will probably get yours in late July.
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