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Old 12-22-2019, 7:13 PM
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You don't pay attention to something that could potentially get you in trouble with the law?
No, once I saw that states I frequent did not accept CA permits, I followed the instructor's advice and got the AZ non-resident. When I plan my travels, I look it all up again and research state laws to be sure. If I'm going to be in Canada, I don't carry.

After fifteen years on Harleys, we have given them up and purchased a motorhome. This further complicates matters, as some states consider it a residence.....

And this is California, where darned near everything can get you in trouble with the law.

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Old 12-24-2019, 1:11 AM
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He got his LTC in 46 days through Murrieta, so he'd get one through RCSD in 23 days?
There are many instances where people got theirs in less than 30 days. Quickest one being 17 days so far that I've heard about, so 23 days is very possible, and has probably happened a few times. I got mine in 36 days, but that's because I delayed mine by 2 weeks to make my scheduling more convenient.
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Old 12-24-2019, 6:45 AM
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No, once I saw that states I frequent did not accept CA permits, I followed the instructor's advice and got the AZ non-resident. When I plan my travels, I look it all up again and research state laws to be sure. If I'm going to be in Canada, I don't carry.

After fifteen years on Harleys, we have given them up and purchased a motorhome. This further complicates matters, as some states consider it a residence.....

And this is California, where darned near everything can get you in trouble with the law.
I find it interesting that my Arizona Concealed Weapons Permit says nothing about being "non-resident". It does not have my address on it, just my vital statistics (height, weight, DOB, etc.).

My Utah permit also does not say "non-resident" on it but it does have my California address on the front.

Both good for five years. I get a letter in the mail for renewal, send them a modest check and the new card arrives shortly thereafter.

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There are many instances where people got theirs in less than 30 days. Quickest one being 17 days so far that I've heard about, so 23 days is very possible, and has probably happened a few times. I got mine in 36 days, but that's because I delayed mine by 2 weeks to make my scheduling more convenient.
Does Riverside require you to go through your local PD and either get approved or denied before going through them? I know some do but not sure about RSD.
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Old 12-24-2019, 10:07 AM
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I find it interesting that my Arizona Concealed Weapons Permit says nothing about being "non-resident". It does not have my address on it, just my vital statistics (height, weight, DOB, etc.).

My Utah permit also does not say "non-resident" on it but it does have my California address on the front.

Both good for five years. I get a letter in the mail for renewal, send them a modest check and the new card arrives shortly thereafter.

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FL is the same as AZ, no indication or address of non resident, but has a photo like UT.
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Old 12-24-2019, 10:09 AM
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Does Riverside require you to go through your local PD and either get approved or denied before going through them? I know some do but not sure about RSD.
Isn’t it usually the other way around, where PDs send you to the county instead. Given the new sheriff for Riverside, I’d say you can apply directly there as a resident of the county.

The previous sheriff didn’t issue as fast and such, city PD started issuing.
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Constitutional carry states don't require a permit - the Constitution is the permit.

No other states accept California permits. If you think I'm wrong, just name them.

Well, for one, Michigan does..........and several others as well. Hell, from what I've read even Puerto Rico will now honor your jurisdictions license/permit, or if you prefer, groveling ok.
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I love what PR did recently. They are more American than our occupied states.
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No, the Ca CCW doesn't give me the right to carry in 43 states but along with my Virginia, Washington D.C., Maryland, and Florida permits, California gave me my 43rd state.
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I would like to clarify, one I am a newbie to CALguns but I've been a Marine 21+ years and 2nd Amendment supporter for as long as I can remember.

Secondly, I need to clarify my first post. My CCW's

Virginia
Maryland
Washington D.C.
Florida
California

Its actually 41 States and the District of Columbia
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Why not just get one from the Riverside sheriff for $95?
You might want to check your math HERE.
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I would like to clarify, one I am a newbie to CALguns but I've been a Marine 21+ years and 2nd Amendment supporter for as long as I can remember.

Secondly, I need to clarify my first post. My CCW's

Virginia
Maryland
Washington D.C.
Florida
California

Its actually 41 States and the District of Columbia
Howíd you get MD? Thought theyíre no issue.
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Canít you open carry in Arizona without any permits?
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Canít you open carry in Arizona without any permits?
Yes, Nevada as well. You can also carry concealed in Arizona without a permit but there are limitations. My Arizona license has no mention of residency, it does not say non-resident anywhere on it.

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I came to this Calguns site to learn as well as share knowledge. So Maryland is a May issue state. It was harder to get my permit there than it was in California. I had to sit before a panel to fight for my right to carry. I will share this, with the group because I don't mind sharing.
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I came to this Calguns site to learn as well as share knowledge. So Maryland is a May issue state. It was harder to get my permit there than it was in California. I had to sit before a panel to fight for my right to carry. I will share this, with the group because I don't mind sharing.
Iím curious as to how MD process is to CA. I feel thereís more hurdles to jump through over there.
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There are many instances where people got theirs in less than 30 days. Quickest one being 17 days so far that I've heard about, so 23 days is very possible, and has probably happened a few times. I got mine in 36 days, but that's because I delayed mine by 2 weeks to make my scheduling more convenient.
And this is how Murrieta issued CCW beats RCSD. I can call in the morning, talk to the person actually doing the processing, to set up an appointment in the afternoon, jump in my car 15 minutes before my appt, drive 3 miles, and be there on time and there will be no line. Since time is money, I was paying for the convenience.

And now my city has waived the application fee.
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Iím curious as to how MD process is to CA. I feel thereís more hurdles to jump through over there.
In Maryland, there are three qualifications for a "Wear and Carry" permit:

1) Die
2) Be a business owner
3) Some other random reason that the Maryland state police decide they like
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In Maryland, there are three qualifications for a "Wear and Carry" permit:

1) Die
2) Be a business owner
3) Some other random reason that the Maryland state police decide they like
Thatís still better odds than LA county. Thanks for the insight.

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Thatís still better odds than LA county. Thanks for the insight.

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Iím curious as to how MD process is to CA. I feel thereís more hurdles to jump through over there.

- plenty of CCWs in maryland

- Baltimore in particular

- the Baltimore CCW babershop hero comes to mind:





- the ONLY truly anti-ccw states are NY and NJ

- MD aint that bad

- CA aint that bad



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In Maryland, there are three qualifications for a "Wear and Carry" permit:

1) Die
2) Be a business owner
3) Some other random reason that the Maryland state police decide they like

NOT TRUE...

see above

pleanty of people have ccws in MD including in the nasty city of Baltimore..











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- plenty of CCWs in maryland

- Baltimore in particular

- the Baltimore CCW babershop hero comes to mind:





- the ONLY truly anti-ccw states are NY and NJ

- MD aint that bad

- CA aint that bad



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