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As others have said, you have to have already lived here for one year. If you're a renter they will also want to see a lease that shows you have a minimum amount of time left. I think it's 8 months but not sure.

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Default First time applying for LTC in San Bernardino 2013-2014 time frame.

San Bernardino LTC Fees: ~$354 if done at SBCO Sheriff Main Station & Training Academy OR +$25 (~$379) if done at Apply Valley Gun Club.

First time applying for LTC in San Bernardino 2013-2014 time frame.
  1. $108 for the Live Scan (Money Order)
  2. $29.20 for the CCW Background Investigation process (Money Order)
  3. CCW Range Qualification: (Money Order)
    • $100 CCW Class & Qualifications @ SBCO Sheriff Academy OR
    • $125 CCW Class & Qualifications @ Apple Vally Gun Club
  4. $116.80 Due when you go to pick up your LTC card (Money Order)


Fees not included in above:
  • Any Documentations that needed to be Notarized ~$10-$20 per document(s)
  • Pistol(s), hearing, and eye protection (holster not required at qualification)
  • Minimum of 10 rounds of ammo required for each pistol on CCW permit (max 3 handguns on LTC)
  • Fees for purchasing Money Orders
LTC License good for two years.
LTC Renewal fees are far cheaper.

CCW Class: ~8 hours long

Range Qualification:
  • Pistols will be inspected at the range by Sheriff Deputies. Factory trigger/springs only, modified triggers from factory specs frowned upon. Sights & grip mods OK.
  • B21 Target shot from ~5 yards
  • Shoot minimum of 10 rounds, required to do a mandatory reload. Load mag(s)/cylinder with any number of rounds as long as you shoot a total of 10 rounds & complete a reload, per pistol you want on permit.
  • Holsters will not be used.
  • They're looking for safe & proper handling of firearm and reloading + hitting the B21 target from 5 yards.

LTC Permit:

  • Plastic type, same size as Driver's License
  • Includes Picture, expiration date, permit #, agency info, signature, occupation, and about the same info on your Driver's License
  • Back side includes: any restrictions, right thumbprint, phone # to report misuse of permit, details of CCW pistols: Make, Model, Serial #, Caliber.
  • Not allowed to deviate from listed caliber for guns on permit. So you can not switch calibers (caliber conversion barrels) for pistols listed on permit.


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Thanks for the summary
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Great info here. For anyone wondering about wait times, I just made an appointment today and the first available was June 30th! Let the waiting begin.
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The Livescan costs are interesting.

I used to to sub work for a school district, and they require a Livescan as well. However, the cost was $59, so why the extra cost for the sheriff office to do it?
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They Also take your picture when then do the Livescan.
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whats the interview like? what type of questions are asked? how long is it?
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Interview was fairly short. 15-20 minutes maybe. Mostly just went over the application and verbally answered the questions again, and/or added some detail that wasn't already there. Also had to fill out an additional sheet that seemed to duplicate most of the original application.
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Don't sweat the interview. Very easy going.

Interview - went like a friendly job interview, for a job your well qualified for.

They'll go through your application page by page. Ask you questions about what you put down in the application. The Detective will talk to you to get a feel about your character. Bring any supportive documentation for stuff they may have questions for.

Little more than 30 minutes for me, they had to go back to their desk to re-run a quick background report on me for the interview. She swapped my middle and last name on background report before the interview. Then she took a few minutes to review the newly printed report (I didn't see what kind of info was printed). I have a squeaky clean background.
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Just got my renewed card in the mail. Good for two more years!
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Did you guys dress to impress?
Dress how you like.

Just know it leaves an impression of who you are and what kind of character you are.

You are going to an interview where someone is judging your character based on an application, good cause and your looks.
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Dress nice, but don't over do it. Shredded jeans and a Led Zepplin t-shirt probably won't make a good impression, nor will a fancy $5000 Italian suit.
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I dressed like I do for work. Clean Levi's and a polo shirt.
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Dress nice, but don't over do it. Shredded jeans and a Led Zepplin t-shirt probably won't make a good impression, nor will a fancy $5000 Italian suit.
Knowing Sarah's email address, the Led Zeppelin shirt could work for you.
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Hmm, kind of sucks for me since I don't have residence for 1 year and my lease is only 11 months. Are my rights denied because I choose not to stay in a given county for a certain period of time? Is there any precedent in this matter? I've been a CA resident since I was born, lived in LA County for well over 20 years, but moved to SB County a few months ago.
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Hmm, kind of sucks for me since I don't have residence for 1 year and my lease is only 11 months. Are my rights denied because I choose not to stay in a given county for a certain period of time? Is there any precedent in this matter? I've been a CA resident since I was born, lived in LA County for well over 20 years, but moved to SB County a few months ago.

The requirement is illegal.
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I dressed like I do for work. Clean Levi's and a polo shirt.
I did the same
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If anyone is curious what your boss or employer gets in the mail when you apply for CCW.

They get whats pictured below, a copy of a the notarized form you turned in during interview. And they get an envelope for return no stamps required.

Pictures kinda big so here's the link

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Lets hope your boss or employers don't hate you or are anti self-defense.

I wonder what happens to students or unemployed?
wtf? why would they ask my emplyer ccw permit required?
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They talk to your neighbors as well. And from what my neighbor who they spoke with regarding my app told me, they do tell them that they are investigating for the LTC permit.
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They talk to your neighbors as well. And from what my neighbor who they spoke with regarding my app told me, they do tell them that they are investigating for the LTC permit.
Do they do this before or after the interview? The neighbor to my right seems like they run a half way house and I would not want that household to know there are firearms in the house. The others are fine.
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Do they do this before or after the interview? The neighbor to my right seems like they run a half way house and I would not want that household to know there are firearms in the house. The others are fine.
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Anyone know anything about the renewal process for SB? Do you need to explain your good cause again?
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Anyone know anything about the renewal process for SB? Do you need to explain your good cause again?
Yes you do. Rather caught me off guard too.

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Wow. Well whatever you do, make sure you don't miss your range day. Mine was on April 13th and I missed out because of some last minute family issues. Earliest available reschedule is July 19th. Major bummer.

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What else was required?
You fill out the original application again, which bothered me a little because I didn't have all the information with me. There is also a short renewal application. You need your property bill or lease agreement, a utility bill in your name, your DL and CCW.

If you have any modifications to make, you begin the process at that time. Then there are the fees and renewal class.
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You fill out the original application again, which bothered me a little because I didn't have all the information with me. There is also a short renewal application. You need your property bill or lease agreement, a utility bill in your name, your DL and CCW.



If you have any modifications to make, you begin the process at that time. Then there are the fees and renewal class.

Went for my renewal today, did my class a couple weeks ago so just had to go in and fill out the application and get the range card to add a firearm. I called the range today at 1:00 and the set me up a appointment for an hour later. Went to the range, fired my ten shots and left. Now just wait for the new card and will be set for another two years! San Bernardino doesn't mess around, got me in and out and on to the next one!
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The requirement is illegal.
What do you suggest we do about it?

We have been getting the run around for literally a year until I finally had a sit down conversation with the actual Sheriff. 6 months later we are finally allowed to apply (including a 3 month wait for ANOTHER appointment)...

Now I have to bug my land lord? Aint gonna happen...

I'm not sure that I even want her to know...
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I did a search and couldn't find the answer....

Maybe buried in this thread??

But to add a gun to the CCW after it is issued.... is it a pain and take 6 months or happens easy/quickly?

What is the process?

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I changed one out about 8 months ago. I had to take it to the office and fill out a form.

Then I had to go back to the range to qualify with it. You don't have to wait for a class though. Just call and try to meet when they're available.
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Awesome!!

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Just schedule my appointment today (May 1st)... Interview date, Sept 16... Four months out, not bad right? :-)
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Just schedule my appointment today (May 1st)... Interview date, Sept 16... Four months out, not bad right? :-)

Not bad at all. I've had mine for about 2 years and the entire process took just about a year to compleat.
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Anyone know about how long it takes to get the renewal permit? Adding a gun, went to the range and filled out application last Thursday...
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What if you are self employed?
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Not bad at all. I've had mine for about 2 years and the entire process took just about a year to compleat.
Ugh. And to think, I thought it would be much quicker like Kern Counties process...
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What's the deal with the 'Locked Container' for transporting your guns to the interview?
Do you need each one to have a 'California Approved' lock? can you put a couple of guns into a pistol case and put a small padlock on it?
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What's the deal with the 'Locked Container' for transporting your guns to the interview?
Do you need each one to have a 'California Approved' lock? can you put a couple of guns into a pistol case and put a small padlock on it?
If you can fit them all in the same locked container, that's fine. They just don't want you walking in the S.O. with loose guns. I put all three of mine in an S&W pistol box with a small padlock on it.

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