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Old 01-09-2018, 1:26 PM
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No fee for additional guns. The class is $99 if you qualify one to five hand guns. 30 rounds per gun to qualify,



The re-qualification shoot consists of two 10 round magazines (total 20 rounds) untimed fire at 15 yards. Then you have ten rounds of timed fire at 15 yards. Five rounds, reload, and five rounds again all in 45 seconds (pretty simple).



You do one gun after the other. I just did mine there last Wednesday night. Easiest qualification I have ever had.


**(I see my mistake on the round count in your description of the timed portion - after the two ten round mags Ďuntimedí, 5 rounds, then reload another 5 totaling 30 for each - thanks!)
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Old 01-09-2018, 1:35 PM
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Humm, thatís a trip - I called Sac Sheriff last week after reserving my spot with CSC to ask about the gun limit, and they said three total, unchanged. My buddy, who didnít go through CSC, but re-qualified in December (also Sac County) said the gun limit was 3. Only reason I asked was because I read a thread on here that Orange County no longer has a limit to the number of guns you can put on your CCW permit.


When I registered on Cordovas website last week for the recert it said three guns total, $10 for each gun over the first, bring (or buy at their shop) 30 rounds for each gun.

Today I called CSC to speak to live person (after seeing your reply), and they said Sac County still only allows 3, and thereís NO additional fee for the two additional guns (other than buying the ammo), and they didnít know about the multiple calibers/slides on same frame-suggested I call the Sheriff office to confirm, or wait till day of class to ask instructor. *face palm*

A lot has changed in two years - and Iím thoroughly confused now since you say you just went through this training last week at CSC! I want 5 on mine! More the merrier..

Also, description of the re-qualify shoot totals 40 rounds per, if my math is correct?
The total is currently 3. They will be opening it up to 5 in the future but their is no hard date for it to be implemented. If you look at the range paperwork from CSC it have positions for 5 slots as does the website that you submit your paperwork on for the county. Some people are qualifying on five guns and submitting all of them. Then the Sheriff Dept tells them to pick 3 before issuance.

So as I said before $99 for all guns. One or all.

Also Yes on calibers. My previous permit had a glock 23 on it listed with three barrels. I qualified them at Cordova Shooting Center. CSC treated it as one gun but required me to qualify with each barrel (30 rounds).


Qualification is a total of 30 rounds at 15 yards at Cordova Shooting Center. Two ten round magazines (20 rounds) untimed rate of fire. Followed by a timed round of fire. Five rounds, reload, five more rounds in under 45 seconds(10 rounds). For a total of 30 rounds per gun.
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Confirming 3, I just had my initial interview yesterday and that is what they said.

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The total is currently 3. They will be opening it up to 5 in the future but their is no hard date for it to be implemented. If you look at the range paperwork from CSC it have positions for 5 slots as does the website that you submit your paperwork on for the county. Some people are qualifying on five guns and submitting all of them. Then the Sheriff Dept tells them to pick 3 before issuance.



So as I said before $99 for all guns. One or all.



Also Yes on calibers. My previous permit had a glock 23 on it listed with three barrels. I qualified them at Cordova Shooting Center. CSC treated it as one gun but required me to qualify with each barrel (30 rounds).





Qualification is a total of 30 rounds at 15 yards at Cordova Shooting Center. Two ten round magazines (20 rounds) untimed rate of fire. Followed by a timed round of fire. Five rounds, reload, five more rounds in under 45 seconds(10 rounds). For a total of 30 rounds per gun.


Great information ! Thank you Sapper! I think Iíll go ahead with listing 5 and go from there with Sheriff office.. couldnít hurt in case it opens up in future..
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Thanks for everyoneís input today re: SAFTA and CSC training.

About Sacto sheriff policy in number of guns and calibers, I also understand that 3 handguns is the policy. During interview, I specifically asked if one of the guns could use 2 calibers, and my interviewer (after checking with someone else of authority) said yes. So I have my G20 written in as 10 mm and 45 ACP. To me that means I can use the two complete slides, since you cannot put in a 45 barrel into g20 slide. Overall still 3 guns.
How the training agencies test you and charge you is a different matter. Iíll find out when I get there...to CSC
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My approval for renewal came in today. About an hour ago.

My renewal timeline was.....
1/3/18 Renewal class
1/4/18 Submitted paperwork online
1/11/18 Recieved call and email notifying my permit is ready for pickup.

Picking up after lunch today.

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My approval for renewal came in today. About an hour ago.

My renewal timeline was.....
1/3/18 Renewal class
1/4/18 Submitted paperwork online
1/11/18 Recieved call and email notifying my permit is ready for pickup.

Picking up after lunch today.

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Wow, 7 day turnaround at Sac Sheriffs office on renewals - excellent! Thanks for the update.
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I qualified them at Cordova Shooting Center. CSC treated it as one gun but required me to qualify with each barrel (30 rounds).


Qualification is a total of 30 rounds at 15 yards at Cordova Shooting Center. Two ten round magazines (20 rounds) untimed rate of fire. Followed by a timed round of fire. Five rounds, reload, five more rounds in under 45 seconds(10 rounds). For a total of 30 rounds per gun.
Not to confuse anyone more but I submitted a weapons modification and did a qualification for 2 handguns 6 weeks ago at Cordova Shooting Center. It appears as if qualification parameters vary between RSO's. Mine had me fire 30 rounds at 15 yards untimed, any rate of fire. He then was diligent in determining my score by counting the target hits to make sure I scored a minimum of 250 out of 300. Still pretty simple, no draw from holster or timing and any hold.
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Note to those thinking about Cordova: Ignore the part on their website that says to bring a holster for at least one of your guns. They do not even allow drawing from a holster and it is not part of the training/qualification. Save yourself some $$$ in case you were thinking you'd need to buy one if you don't already have one.
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Note to those thinking about Cordova: Ignore the part on their website that says to bring a holster for at least one of your guns. They do not even allow drawing from a holster and it is not part of the training/qualification. Save yourself some $$$ in case you were thinking you'd need to buy one if you don't already have one.


Thank you.. was going to call today to ask about that very thing.
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Not to confuse anyone more but I submitted a weapons modification and did a qualification for 2 handguns 6 weeks ago at Cordova Shooting Center. It appears as if qualification parameters vary between RSO's. Mine had me fire 30 rounds at 15 yards untimed, any rate of fire. He then was diligent in determining my score by counting the target hits to make sure I scored a minimum of 250 out of 300. Still pretty simple, no draw from holster or timing and any hold.
Sac is taking modifications now?
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Old 01-13-2018, 7:22 AM
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Sac is taking modifications now?
They told me they are taking modifications but giving new applications and renewals priority so I'd expect them to take much longer.
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Great information ! Thank you Sapper! I think Iíll go ahead with listing 5 and go from there with Sheriff office.. couldnít hurt in case it opens up in future..
A quick caveat:

Sac Sheriff told us they would move to 5 guns effective Jan 2017. Many of us got certified on 5 guns and submitted them, only to be told to pick 3 for issuance. They're still at 3 guns, and certs are only good for 6 months, so the time and expense of cert is lost (but aggravation was gained).

In June, there will be an election for a new Sheriff. No one knows how many guns will be allowed in the new administration. If it does open up, your certs may no longer be valid.
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Old 01-13-2018, 9:13 AM
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In June, there will be an election for a new Sheriff. No one knows how many guns will be allowed in the new administration. If it does open up, your certs may no longer be valid.
A new Sheriff should be out main concern. We've been lucky enough to have Jones. If we get a turd replacing him we could be in real trouble.
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A quick caveat:

Sac Sheriff told us they would move to 5 guns effective Jan 2017. Many of us got certified on 5 guns and submitted them, only to be told to pick 3 for issuance. They're still at 3 guns, and certs are only good for 6 months, so the time and expense of cert is lost (but aggravation was gained).

In June, there will be an election for a new Sheriff. No one knows how many guns will be allowed in the new administration. If it does open up, your certs may no longer be valid.
Just an FYI. When I picked up my renewed permit on 1/11/18 I asked about the 5 pistols. The gentleman stated that the 5 guns per permit and the credit card sized permits were approved on a state level and will come "some time before your next renewal. We are just waiting on the equipment". When I pressed for details he said he assumed it would be in the next year.



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Anyone here worried that the new sheriff might be anti-ccw?
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Anyone here worried that the new sheriff might be anti-ccw?
Everyone here is. All we can do about it is vote and educate other voters.

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Scott Jones endorses Kris Palmer
This is from Oct 2017
http://www.sacbee.com/news/local/cri...181060421.html
The article sounds very hopeful and the Dems immediately said they won't support him. Palmer is part of the team that considers CCW's so with the numbers going from 350 in 2010 to about 8000 in 2016, he may win the 'Peoples Choice Award'.
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Palmer has decided not to run for "personal reasons" (that is what is in the article). Scott Jones is planning to run for a 3rd term rather than risk some of the outside influences.

http://www.sacbee.com/news/local/article194939254.html
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That is terrific. He will be the only local guy who I will donate to help reelection.
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I’ll take info on his election committee. Volunteered and Donated last time and will again
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Additionally, support Anne Marie Shubert for DA.

She backed Sheriff Jones' position regarding release of the State Auditor's report, finding no reason to prosecute.

Her chief opponent is a carpetbagger from West Sacramento (Yolo County -- think "City of Davis" mentality), who supported prosecution of the Sheriff.
http://www.sacbee.com/news/local/article194529354.html

Election season is here.
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