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Old 07-10-2013, 9:10 PM
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Hey brothers,

Quick question...

I'd like to get a CCW and I currently may or may not live in Sherman Oaks. Would that make it easier or harder to get a CCW?

If it makes it harder, I would be more than happy to move to a new location to get a CCW. What locations have PDs that may or may not have less stringent residency requirements in terms of people who "recently moved" to their beautiful city/county/whatever?

Any thoughts?

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Thanks so much.
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Old 07-10-2013, 9:25 PM
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Easier if you entirely avoid Los Angeles and Orange and San Diego counties ...
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Los Angeles is pretty much not going to approve you.

Orange has been approving quite a few lately, Assuming clean record and a reasonable good cause.

Riverside county is probably your best bet if that's a option for you.
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Hey brothers,

Quick question...

I'd like to get a CCW and I currently may or may not live in Sherman Oaks. Would that make it easier or harder to get a CCW?

If it makes it harder, I would be more than happy to move to a new location to get a CCW. What locations have PDs that may or may not have less stringent residency requirements in terms of people who "recently moved" to their beautiful city/county/whatever?

Any thoughts?

PMs are fine!

Thanks so much.

Sir,

Pretty much accept the fact that you're not going to get one in Sherman Oaks. If you're in Southern California, San Bernadino County is probably your best bet.
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Sir,

Pretty much accept the fact that you're not going to get one in Sherman Oaks. If you're in Southern California, San Bernadino County is probably your best bet.
And currently, San Bernardino County has a one year residency requirement (need to live in the county for 1 or more years, prior to applying).
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