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Old 07-17-2018, 10:24 AM
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We've been telling people for quite a while now.

SD/PP is all they require for good cause.

BUT! They want more than 2 words listed as good cause. It really isn't that hard for you to come up with three or four sentences for your good cause statement.
I read back to January 2017 on this thread and I only came across a single post that specifically mentioned them wanting more than simply, "personal protection" (or "self defense") on the application, which I happened to find AFTER I had already submitted the application.

I was simply pointing this out again in case future applicants don't want to spend the time reading back through a year and a half's worth of posts to get this information.
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I read back to January 2017 on this thread and I only came across a single post that specifically mentioned them wanting more than simply, "personal protection" (or "self defense") on the application, which I happened to find AFTER I had already submitted the application.

I was simply pointing this out again in case future applicants don't want to spend the time reading back through a year and a half's worth of posts to get this information.
It was probably around late 2016 that they started wanting more than just the basics, but I'm not sure that "personal protection" alone has ever been enough... they simply wanted the words used in a sentence

It's been mentioned a few times in the thread, but not constantly, so it does tend to get buried in the discussion. Basically, AB109, Prop 47 and 57 are all good bases to work from.
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It was probably around late 2016 that they started wanting more than just the basics, but I'm not sure that "personal protection" alone has ever been enough... they simply wanted the words used in a sentence

It's been mentioned a few times in the thread, but not constantly, so it does tend to get buried in the discussion. Basically, AB109, Prop 47 and 57 are all good bases to work from.
Those two words worked fine 20+ years ago and up till a few years ago it was still accepted.
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Those two words worked fine 20+ years ago and up till a few years ago it was still accepted.
Those two words should be all that's needed. But... California. Need I say more?
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Those two words should be all that's needed. But... California. Need I say more?
If we're talking "should"... those two words should not be needed.
All that SHOULD be needed is "I would like", but sadly, we live in a may-issue state, so the paperwork needs something a little more.
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I forget exactly what I wrote since it was a while ago... but it was something to the effect (affect?) of self defense because of all the damned criminals and tweakers they are letting out of jail early.

Guy going over my form read what I wrote and didn't ask for anything more.

(I didn't write it like that... I was more polite about it! hahaha!)

Nobody asked me anything about anything I wrote, actually.... I guess I did a good job filling out the forms?
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My range day is coming up 8/11. I want to put 3 guns on my permit but I don’t want to take 3 pieces of Tupperware with me. Is it acceptable to carry in a range bag with gun locks installed?
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My range day is coming up 8/11. I want to put 3 guns on my permit but I don’t want to take 3 pieces of Tupperware with me. Is it acceptable to carry in a range bag with gun locks installed?
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Anything that is legal for transport is fine.
I put all of mine in a locked range bag.


Keep in mind that you will walk out to the line with EVERYTHING you bring, shoot, and leave without returning to the bench, so a single bag with your guns, mags, and ammo is smart.
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My range day is coming up 8/11. I want to put 3 guns on my permit but I don’t want to take 3 pieces of Tupperware with me. Is it acceptable to carry in a range bag with gun locks installed?
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So take one piece of Tupperware that holds 3 guns.

You need to transport your weapons in a manner which complies with state law.

If you're comfortable using the set up you described then go for it.

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Anything that is legal for transport is fine.
I put all of mine in a locked range bag.


Keep in mind that you will walk out to the line with EVERYTHING you bring, shoot, and leave without returning to the bench, so a single bag with your guns, mags, and ammo is smart.
Also smart to bring extra mags... pre-load all but one with 5 rounds each. The one empty mag will be used for inspection.
+1 for this. I saw a few people bring so much stuff to range day and see them struggling carrying all their stuff to the line lol. I brought three handguns, two mags each and whatever else that was necessary in one small locked range bag.
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Ouch August. Don’t forget lots of sunscreen & water. Like others said make it easy, small range bag with a lock on it-something you can easily carry 50-100yrds no problem.
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ATTN ALL NEW APPLICANTS


I just saw that the San Bernardino county sheriff's department has changed the fees for getting your CCW.

Make sure you check your paperwork for the correct amount.


http://wp.sbcounty.gov/sheriff/wp-co...-fees_0718.pdf

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So total is $26 more, $12 of that is the range fee increase.
I'm glad they clarified the marriage license issue.
It is now required for ALL marriages, but clarified as only if you have ever used a different last name, or want to put your spouse's gun on your permit.
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So total is $26 more, $12 of that is the range fee increase.
I'm glad they clarified the marriage license issue.
It is now required for ALL marriages, but clarified as only if you have ever used a different last name, or want to put your spouse's gun on your permit.
Still leaves the question of needing them for first, second etc.......
Some have been done that road more than once.
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Still leaves the question of needing them for first, second etc.......
Some have been done that road more than once.
Looks like they want a solid history on identity without any gaps (you could have been a wild child when you were Mrs .44Mag )
I had a hell of a time getting my security clearance at Douglas because Trak Auto's HR department "left" a 3 month gap in employment while my promotion from counter guy to manager was being processed... got paid every 2 weeks but HR showed that I didn't work there
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RealID DL arrived. One trip to DMV, in and out in just over an hour.
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ATTN ALL NEW APPLICANTS


I just saw that the San Bernardino county sheriff's department has changed the fees for getting your CCW.

Make sure you check your paperwork for the correct amount.


http://wp.sbcounty.gov/sheriff/wp-co...-fees_0718.pdf
How does that affect those who have already paid the original amount for the 20% admin fee and are waiting for their range date? My buddy was told his exact fees (the old fees) that he is to bring with him to the range when they called him for the range date. Would he bring money orders for the old or the new amounts?
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How does that affect those who have already paid the original amount for the 20% admin fee and are waiting for their range date? My buddy was told his exact fees (the old fees) that he is to bring with him to the range when they called him for the range date. Would he bring money orders for the old or the new amounts?
It doesnt. Your buddy should pay the old fees hes been told (100/122.40), the new fees apply to anyone applying after the date it was changed.

Source - Woman working the CCW/employment desk for the county.
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It doesnt. Your buddy should pay the old fees hes been told (100/122.40), the new fees apply to anyone applying after the date it was changed.

Source - Woman working the CCW/employment desk for the county.
Same thing happened between my interview and pickup date. There was a similar small increase (IIRC it was like 4%) in late '15.
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It doesnt. Your buddy should pay the old fees hes been told (100/122.40), the new fees apply to anyone applying after the date it was changed.

Source - Woman working the CCW/employment desk for the county.
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Same thing happened between my interview and pickup date. There was a similar small increase (IIRC it was like 4%) in late '15.
Thanks a lot guys, I'll pass it on.
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RealID DL arrived. One trip to DMV, in and out in just over an hour.
My time in DMV was about 35 minutes. Most of the delay was my birth certificate seal isn't real deep. I was going to be like WTF if they made me get another one because they weren't satisfied with the freakin' seal!

I'm still waiting for it to arrive... slowpokes! It seems most people receive theirs in under a week... I've been waiting over a week (and I just bought 2 new guns over the weekend that I can't DROS now that I applied for the stupid real ID and got my fed limits apply one punched with a hole!)
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My time in DMV was about 35 minutes. Most of the delay was my birth certificate seal isn't real deep. I was going to be like WTF if they made me get another one because they weren't satisfied with the freakin' seal!

I'm still waiting for it to arrive... slowpokes! It seems most people receive theirs in under a week... I've been waiting over a week (and I just bought 2 new guns over the weekend that I can't DROS now that I applied for the stupid real ID and got my fed limits apply one punched with a hole!)
No one punched a hole in mine.
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No one punched a hole in mine.
The hole punch is luck of the draw. Wife and I went the same day to get ours and had different agents; mine got punched, hers didn’t...new one came in the mail exactly 7 days later though.
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Got my new license yesterday! Just over a week....

It sucked that the gun store had a sale and I bought two guns I couldn't DROS because of the hole. (They will take the "fed limits apply" but not the hole!) But now I'm all DROSd and just waiting for my 10 unconstitutional days!
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Hi! I'm moving to San Bernardino in a few more months (likely in Highland) and I want to know what do they define as "full-time resident"? If I spend a majority of the year there but go to another county in CA for a month or two (I won't own property in that other county) do I lose the "full-time residency"?

My car registration and driver's license will still show the San Bernardino address but I may have to change my mailing address for the one or two months. If that results in losing "full-time residency" then does keeping the mailing address the same keep my "full-time residency"?
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Hi! I'm moving to San Bernardino in a few more months (likely in Highland) and I want to know what do they define as "full-time resident"? If I spend a majority of the year there but go to another county in CA for a month or two (I won't own property in that other county) do I lose the "full-time residency"?

My car registration and driver's license will still show the San Bernardino address but I may have to change my mailing address for the one or two months. If that results in losing "full-time residency" then does keeping the mailing address the same keep my "full-time residency"?
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They expect it to be your primary residence, minimum would be 50% of the year (though going strictly by the 50% standard I think I spend 50% of my time out of the county at my office and on LA freeways )
They will stop by your neighborhood and knock on a couple of doors, asking your neighbors some simple questions like how long they have known you, if there have been any personal conflicts or loud parties... just general character reference stuff, and from that they will get a feeling as to whether you actually live there or not.
Generally, the residence check will happen a couple of weeks after your interview.

The main thing they are looking for is someone who actually lives in LA County and is trying to claim their cabin in Big Bear, or maybe claiming to be a roomie with a friend.
Monkey business on residency is the #1 reason for denial by SBSD, but they aren't crazy about it, if you honestly are a resident you will have no problems.

Be careful in Highland. I have some friends that live up above Highland near the 330 and it's pretty nice, but a couple of blocks west or anywhere south of Highland it can be extremely ghetto.
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So I’m up for my interview this week. The thing is that I live with my folks here in SB. What if I don’t have a utility bill? Can I show my car registration?
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Any update on this? Same situation
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So I’m up for my interview this week. The thing is that I live with my folks here in SB. What if I don’t have a utility bill? Can I show my car registration?
You need to call them and ask them. Tell them about your situation and they will tell you what they will accept.

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Hi! I'm moving to San Bernardino in a few more months (likely in Highland) and I want to know what do they define as "full-time resident"? If I spend a majority of the year there but go to another county in CA for a month or two (I won't own property in that other county) do I lose the "full-time residency"?

My car registration and driver's license will still show the San Bernardino address but I may have to change my mailing address for the one or two months. If that results in losing "full-time residency" then does keeping the mailing address the same keep my "full-time residency"?
Just do a temporary mail forwarding order.


I got my range date - Sept 15. Final decision time - .45 Commander or 9mm CZ75 for my full size, under a jacket choice? The CZ has night sights but the Commander is probably the most accurate pistol I have. It is full custom by King's Gunworks back in the 70s. The S&W revolver rear sight is a bit sharp, though, and the CZ would be much easier to replace if need be.

How many are usually in a class? I gather I will need to bring a small ice chest for water and lunch. That is probably left in the car, right?

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Just do a temporary mail forwarding order.


I got my range date - Sept 15. Final decision time - .45 Commander or 9mm CZ75 for my full size, under a jacket choice? The CZ has night sights but the Commander is probably the most accurate pistol I have. It is full custom by King's Gunworks back in the 70s. The S&W revolver rear sight is a bit sharp, though, and the CZ would be much easier to replace if need be.

How many are usually in a class? I gather I will need to bring a small ice chest for water and lunch. That is probably left in the car, right?
WOW! That was really fast! Didn't you just have your interview a couple of weeks ago?
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So update. I called and they stated that there are no exceptions regarding utility bills Looks like I'm losing my appointment.
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So update. I called and they stated that there are no exceptions regarding utility bills Looks like I'm losing my appointment.
How long between when you applied and your interview date?
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So update. I called and they stated that there are no exceptions regarding utility bills Looks like I'm losing my appointment.
You should be able to change the water or Gas bill to your name then setup a new appt.. It should only take a day or 2 to setup and the Gas Co. will send you a letter of confirmation within 2-3 days verifying you as the utility account holder so you won't have to wait for the next billing to show up.

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You should be able to change the water or Gas bill to your name then setup a new appt.. It should only take a day or 2 to setup and the Gas Co. will send you a letter of confirmation within 2-3 days verifying you as the utility account holder so you won't have to wait for the next billing to show up.

His post was from last week and said that his appointment was that week... so too late.... based on his own words, his appointment date passed.
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His post was from last week and said that his appointment was that week... so too late.... based on his own words, his appointment date passed.
OP still hasn't answered how long from app date to interview appointment. There was more than likely time to 'fix' the address issue.
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OP still hasn't answered how long from app date to interview appointment. There was more than likely time to 'fix' the address issue.
True. My post was more of dig to read to read a few posts back to get the background before posting.....

(Unless OP was one of the lucky ones to get a cancellation appointment when he signed up... which, of course, we don't know either.... but you are correct... if it was the usual 5-8 month wait... he had plenty of time.....)
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Has anyone asked if/when the Sheriff's Office will switch to online applications/renewals? If so, what did they say?

It's a good way for the sheriff to save time, money and effort/staff time in processing apps. Easier for applicants too, speeding up the process and it's especially helpful for renewals since those can be done entirely online from home.

Just trying to eliminate needless bottlenecks in the process.
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