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Old 12-20-2011, 10:12 PM
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Just got my permit... They left a message last night saying, "Come get it!" Woo Woo!

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After reading quite a few different articles and reasons for approval denial, I was wanting to know what you think about these reasons. Thank you all for your time and your opinions regarding my GC.
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My reason for requesting a concealed carry permit is to protect my property, which in turn will protect others, and to also protect my family when traveling.
I would omit the protect others portion!! That's not your job, and frankly speaking, it makes you sound like LEO's aren't capable of doing their jobs. Not good....Stick to the facts.
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I would omit the protect others portion!! That's not your job, and frankly speaking, it makes you sound like LEO's aren't capable of doing their jobs. Not good....Stick to the facts.
Thanks, you're right that it should not be in there. Even if it is true.
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Are we required to fill out the additional 3 pages that the Riverside county adds to the CCW application?
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Hi all. I am kind of new to the CA LTC thing. I moved to CA from IN back in 2001 and untill now didnt follow much CA gun laws (more than to make sure I was with in the law and legal). Back in IN i had a CCW but was always told that you couldnt get one in CA now from what I am reading it is possable to get a LTC here. I live in Riverside and now I am thinking of applying later this year. I have been trying to read as much as I can on how it all works. Could domeone walk me thru the process or maybe refer me to other websites that could be helpful for me to prepair for this. Thanks for all the help
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Hi all. I am kind of new to the CA LTC thing. I moved to CA from IN back in 2001 and untill now didnt follow much CA gun laws (more than to make sure I was with in the law and legal). Back in IN i had a CCW but was always told that you couldnt get one in CA now from what I am reading it is possable to get a LTC here. I live in Riverside and now I am thinking of applying later this year. I have been trying to read as much as I can on how it all works. Could domeone walk me thru the process or maybe refer me to other websites that could be helpful for me to prepair for this. Thanks for all the help
Probably the best route to go is to join over at CalCCW, go to the County Specific FAQ for Riverside and read through that, and follow the steps outlined. But in a nutshell it goes like this:

1) Download the application from the RCSD website. Go through it, fill it out.
2) Assemble ALL of the documents they ask for. When that's all good to go ...
3) Call the CCW Unit and make an appointment, and go get your two cashier's checks.
4) Be prompt and squared away for your interview. It is fairly informal and they will not put you in the "hot seat."
5) If you and your GC appear good to go, they will schedule you for Livescan, and your app will be sent over to Admin for processing.
6) You have the option of doing your training on your own or waiting until your file comes back from Admin and they will schedule you there at Ben Clark. They will also schedule your range qualification.

If you need help with your GC, PM Riverside County members over there at CalCCW or here. My experience is that those who have made it successfully through the process are very willing to help.

Sheriff Sniff has made great improvements to the process. I know many would like to see a GC standard more like that of San Bernardino where PP is allowed as good cause, but one thing that I am confident in saying is that the politics have been taken out of the process. The Sheriff does not issue to the "connected" while denying regular citizens. You meet the standard or you don't. The staff he has put in place for the CCW Unit is outstanding.

Finally, do not be nervous, and do not procrastinate. I say don't be nervous because the Deputies at the CCW Unit are really great guys who will treat you with professional courtesy and respect, and are really very willing to help where they can. And I say don't procrastinate because the Sheriff IS ISSUING permits and the CCW Unit is getting busier. At present it takes 2-3 months start to finish.
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Hi all. I am kind of new to the CA LTC thing. I moved to CA from IN back in 2001 and untill now didnt follow much CA gun laws (more than to make sure I was with in the law and legal). Back in IN i had a CCW but was always told that you couldnt get one in CA now from what I am reading it is possable to get a LTC here. I live in Riverside and now I am thinking of applying later this year. I have been trying to read as much as I can on how it all works. Could domeone walk me thru the process or maybe refer me to other websites that could be helpful for me to prepair for this. Thanks for all the help
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Probably the best route to go is to join over at CalCCW, go to the County Specific FAQ for Riverside and read through that, and follow the steps outlined. But in a nutshell it goes like this:

1) Download the application from the RCSD website. Go through it, fill it out.
2) Assemble ALL of the documents they ask for. When that's all good to go ...
3) Call the CCW Unit and make an appointment, and go get your two cashier's checks.
4) Be prompt and squared away for your interview. It is fairly informal and they will not put you in the "hot seat."
5) If you and your GC appear good to go, they will schedule you for Livescan, and your app will be sent over to Admin for processing.
6) You have the option of doing your training on your own or waiting until your file comes back from Admin and they will schedule you there at Ben Clark. They will also schedule your range qualification.

If you need help with your GC, PM Riverside County members over there at CalCCW or here. My experience is that those who have made it successfully through the process are very willing to help.

Sheriff Sniff has made great improvements to the process. I know many would like to see a GC standard more like that of San Bernardino where PP is allowed as good cause, but one thing that I am confident in saying is that the politics have been taken out of the process. The Sheriff does not issue to the "connected" while denying regular citizens. You meet the standard or you don't. The staff he has put in place for the CCW Unit is outstanding.

Finally, do not be nervous, and do not procrastinate. I say don't be nervous because the Deputies at the CCW Unit are really great guys who will treat you with professional courtesy and respect, and are really very willing to help where they can. And I say don't procrastinate because the Sheriff IS ISSUING permits and the CCW Unit is getting busier. At present it takes 2-3 months start to finish.

Thank you davbogg44!

This was an excellent response to the question posed. Although you don't realize it, I do appreciate the quick, concise, and helpful information in your post.

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would this be GC?

I have the article from the DoD printed at work regarding the crips givin the ok to shoot any active duty military and was wondering if this could be used as GC fr a CCW since it is a DIRECT threat to anyone in the military.....we all have decals and some of us do wear our uniforms home.....
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I have the article from the DoD printed at work regarding the crips givin the ok to shoot any active duty military and was wondering if this could be used as GC fr a CCW since it is a DIRECT threat to anyone in the military.....we all have decals and some of us do wear our uniforms home.....
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The waiting is killing me. I would like to talk to some people like that know what good causes work and are acceptable, to share my reasons with and see if I cant get one crafted that is acceptable and honest. If your one of those people or have information on other accepted good causes please PM me to discuss and craft.
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I live in Riverside county (not the city), and am going to be filing a CCW with the sheriff's office shortly.

Can anyone give me any tips and/or advice on dealing with them? Is it as easy to get as I've read? or are there any issues that would cause problems?

I'm clean as a whistle. Not even any tickets...

Any insights would be welcome

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Just a few follow up questions...

For the reference letters.. Can they be from clients? I know it can't be from an employer, but clients aren't employing me (but, they do pay me...)

Fees.. Can you really only use money orders/certified check? Personal checks aren't ok? Cash?

Training... I know the place in Yorba Linda is $179, but what if I take it at the sheriffs office? Does anyone know the cost for that?

Guns... I've modified my XD to add Trijicon sites. But, I'll be qualifying it with the sites on it already.. I assume that's ok, right?

What is the process to add a new gun? My thought is that once I get the ccw, I'll probably want to be a compact to carry.. I know I need to qualify with it, but, is that it? Fees?
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Just a few follow up questions...

For the reference letters.. Can they be from clients? I know it can't be from an employer, but clients aren't employing me (but, they do pay me...)

Fees.. Can you really only use money orders/certified check? Personal checks aren't ok? Cash?

Training... I know the place in Yorba Linda is $179, but what if I take it at the sheriffs office? Does anyone know the cost for that?

Guns... I've modified my XD to add Trijicon sites. But, I'll be qualifying it with the sites on it already.. I assume that's ok, right?

What is the process to add a new gun? My thought is that once I get the ccw, I'll probably want to be a compact to carry.. I know I need to qualify with it, but, is that it? Fees?
Letters from clients should be OK.

Money order/certified checks only.

I believe the training with RCSO is only $100. It is a four hour class if I remember correctly.

You have to get approval for weapon modifications from the RCSO range master when you qualify. Sight changes are no problem. In fact, probably not even worth bringing up to him.

I think it's $10 to add a gun. You have to qualify with it, and then come back at a later date to pick up your new card. I believe there is information on this in the application packet.
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I live in Riverside county (not the city), and am going to be filing a CCW with the sheriff's office shortly. I have an interview scheduled March 5, 2012...

Can anyone give me any tips and/or advice on dealing with them? Is it as easy to get as I've read? or are there any issues that would cause problems?

I'm clean as a whistle. Not even any tickets...

Any insights would be welcome
The interview is very laid back and straight forward. They will go over your application packet with you. It's definitely NOT an interrogation process. Be yourself, be polite, and dress like a respectable person would. From your screen name, I'm assuming this won't be a problem for you.

I was in the office once with a kid waiting for his interview, and he was shaking so badly he wouldn't have been able to hold a cup of coffee. I felt real bad for the kid. Nothing worth getting that worked up over.
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Thanks lawaia!

One other question though.. I was planning on making my GC statement based on my business and carrying expensive computers, etc.. But, should I also include the words personal protection and the fact that I enjoy going to the range often and shooting? (I.e. avid gun shooter)
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From your screen name, I'm assuming this won't be a problem for you.
actually, not a doctor.. The "Dr" is a bit of an inside joke from years ago, but the name has stuck with me for a while on multiple forums. I'm a network engineer/web designer.. But, I can still pull of respectable too
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Thanks lawaia!

One other question though.. I was planning on making my GC statement based on my business and carrying expensive computers, etc.. But, should I also include the words personal protection and the fact that I enjoy going to the range often and shooting? (I.e. avid gun shooter)
Your GC statement sounds like it will be strong. You do not need to use the specific words "personal protection". I would probably opt for something more like "for protection against serious bodily harm or death to myself or family at the hands of another person". Well, maybe not those exact words, but you get the point.

The beauty of RCSO is that they want you to list everything that is applicable to why you want the license. You are not "limited" to just one GC item. List them all. It only gives the admin more "ammunition" for your approval. You can use going to the range in your GC if you want. You do transport valuable guns there and back, afterall.

Definitely list the range time in your level of firearms handling experience, and tell them approximately how often you go. Give them confidence in your abilities.

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Curious about qualifying.. It says you need a holster that can retain the gun... Does a friction retainer work? Or do I need to buy a Serpa or something similar prior to the qualifying?

Also, the 70% pass grade.. I'm slightly nervous about hitting bullseyes at 15yds.. How big of a target do you need to hit? Any advice on what I should be using to practice/train before having to qualify?
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Curious about qualifying.. It says you need a holster that can retain the gun... Does a friction retainer work? Or do I need to buy a Serpa or something similar prior to the qualifying?

Also, the 70% pass grade.. I'm slightly nervous about hitting bullseyes at 15yds.. How big of a target do you need to hit? Any advice on what I should be using to practice/train before having to qualify?
I have used an MTAC and a plain kydex holster. I've never gone with an actual "retention device". Use what you have.

The qualifying target is a full-size human silhouette. If I remember correctly, the target looks something like this one: http://americantargetcompany.com/LA_P1_target.asp

If you can hit a human-size head at 10 yards, you will do just fine. The best advice I have heard is, "just don't shoot Sgt. Hoover."

There is no time limit. Sgt Hoover will likely tell you to take your time and get your hits. Nothing to really worry about.

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I have used an MTAC and a plain kydex holster. I've never gone with an actual "retention device". Use what you have.
Hopefully the Holster that comes with the XD will suffice. I'd hate to buy a really nice holster for IWB carry and not get the CCW issued.

Still, I think I might be hitting the range a few more times before I have to qualify; just to make sure I can hit the targets at 15yds. I'm sure I'm totally worrying for nothing..

Thanks for the insight. Makes me feel better.. I thought I'd have to hit a small bullseye or something like that.. LOL
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Hello everyone. I'm new to this forum and I'm quite suprised at some of the posts in this thread. I've always thought of applying for a CCL but held back due to the states stance on firearms in general. This thread has given me hope and I will pursue obtaining a CCL. Thanks to everyone that posts in these forums. This information is very useful. I also am an avid shooter. I go to the range a couple times a month and I also hunt game birds in season. I see that there are a few that are willing to help with wording good cause statements and I'd like to ask someone to look at mine when I'm done with it. I'm not asking to have my hand held through the process...just some advice. I still have some questions for the CCW unit that I'm writing down and also reasons that might give me GC to have a LTC. Thanks again everyone!
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Hello everyone. I'm new to this forum and I'm quite suprised at some of the posts in this thread. I've always thought of applying for a CCL but held back due to the states stance on firearms in general. This thread has given me hope and I will pursue obtaining a CCL. Thanks to everyone that posts in these forums. This information is very useful. I also am an avid shooter. I go to the range a couple times a month and I also hunt game birds in season. I see that there are a few that are willing to help with wording good cause statements and I'd like to ask someone to look at mine when I'm done with it. I'm not asking to have my hand held through the process...just some advice. I still have some questions for the CCW unit that I'm writing down and also reasons that might give me GC to have a LTC. Thanks again everyone!
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I have a question I need help with: I live in Corona. The Riverside County policy states I must apply there first, and if denied, then apply to Riverside County. Will I have to pay an additional $200 in fees if I am denied and must reapply with the county? I know that Sheriff Sniff is in alignment with the council recommendation to accept personal protection as a GC, but will the Corona Chief of Police? The State of California policy is to apply to the Sheriff and does not mention the city being any part of the process, to my knowledge.
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I have a question I need help with: I live in Corona. The Riverside County policy states I must apply there first, and if denied, then apply to Riverside County. Will I have to pay an additional $200 in fees if I am denied and must reapply with the county? I know that Sheriff Sniff is in alignment with the council recommendation to accept personal protection as a GC, but will the Corona Chief of Police? The State of California policy is to apply to the Sheriff and does not mention the city being any part of the process, to my knowledge.
You need to call the RCSO CCW Unit & ask them if you can apply directly to RCSO without getting a denial from the City first. Then post your results back here so those inquiring in the future will find the answer.

If you have to pay the City to apply first, you will lose those fees upon denial. If RCSO tells you to apply to the City first, you might try to get a letter of denial from the City without having to actually apply and pay fees.

I have not heard of anyone getting a LTC issued from the Corona CoP.
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Hello all, Im new to this site. Thank you for all the knowledge and information provided in this thread. I live in Riverside (city) and have been wanting to get a CCW for years but always thought it was basically impossible. I am a business owner and make large deposits as well as carry refrigerant for A/C's that has been known to be used as an inhalant to "get high" as well as working in very sketchy parts of time and during late hours. Im hoping, and from what it sounds like, i might have enough of a case to get approved.

I will be starting the process shortly!
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I've tried calling the CCW Unit on 3 different occasions now with no response. I left a message once and no returned call. I just have a few questions that I'd like to ask them before submitting my application. I'm hoping that it's due to the holidays and they'll get back to me next week. I'll keep trying them though.
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You need to call the RCSO CCW Unit & ask them if you can apply directly to RCSO without getting a denial from the City first. Then post your results back here so those inquiring in the future will find the answer.

If you have to pay the City to apply first, you will lose those fees upon denial. If RCSO tells you to apply to the City first, you might try to get a letter of denial from the City without having to actually apply and pay fees.

I have not heard of anyone getting a LTC issued from the Corona CoP.

You can apply directly to the County if you want. You do not need a denial first. Try calling 951-486-2856. If they don't answer leave a message, Deputy Yezzo or Deputy Aguire will call you back.
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#Sublime.....any luck yet? Im looking to start the process in the next month or so
I'm still crafting my GC Statement and I've yet to talk to the CCW Unit. My need for a CCW has nothing to do with my job or owning a business and I need it for other reasons. I just have to clarify why those reasons are good enough for a CCW. I have everything else ready to go though.
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I meant in terms of getting in contact with them via telephone???
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I meant in terms of getting in contact with them via telephone???
Oh yeah...they called me back. Give them a call and if they don't answer, just leave a message and they'll call you back.
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I meant in terms of getting in contact with them via telephone???
Oh yeah...they called me back. Give them a call and if they don't answer, just leave a message and they'll get back to you.
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I'm going to apply when I get back from military duty. My GC is pretty solid but I'd like opinions/feedback on it. Here it goes:

I would like a concealed carry permit for protection against serious bodily harm or death to myself or family. I currently work at XXXXX Police Department in the XXXX Division in a non-sworn capacity. I have worked for XXXXX Police Department since January 2007. My Department has a policy of only issuing to sworn personnel. Working in XXXXX Division I am one of the first people the general public comes in contact to once released from custody. The majority of these individuals are visibly angry, hostile and have the potential to pose a significant threat to myself and my family.
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Sounds like a good GC to me... but then again i havent gone through the process yet, nor have as much experience as some of the other guys on this forum. Best of luck to you, and keep us updated!!!
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I'm about to apply in Riverside, I downloaded the PDF application, but I cant type in the information on the computer. Is there a way to do that? My hand writing is sloppy, doing it on computer would be much better.

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I'm about to apply in Riverside, I downloaded the PDF application, but I cant type in the information on the computer. Is there a way to do that? My hand writing is sloppy, doing it on computer would be much better.

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I own a copy of the Full Adobe Acrobat X Pro; so, I just made my own form.. But, frankly, it's not good enough to share. I just kinda threw it together for my own use.

Maybe if I have time, I'll create a nicer version of it and put it on my website for download But, frankly, I'm not sure when I'd have time

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