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Old 06-11-2019, 11:53 PM
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Hello group,

I’m CCW holder from SB county, I’m completely my third renewal process.

The question I have is could I add a 10mm calibers on my renewal permit ?

I checked the SB CCW Policy and procedure regarding the caliber sizes from 25 caliber no higher than 45 ACP. My understanding I reader so that the 10mm is like a .41/ 10.16mm bullet diameter.

Does anybody carry a 10mm caliber on their permit??


Can anyone assist me with the questions without any sarcasm please.


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Old 06-12-2019, 9:23 AM
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From the SBSD FAQ's:
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What caliber weapons are accepted?
.25 caliber up to .45 caliber. No .22 caliber handguns will be allowed
http://wp.sbcounty.gov/sheriff/ccw-faq/

So, yes 10mm would be ok. Many carry 10mm as their primary CCW. It seems that the Glock 29 is very popular in this role.
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Old 06-12-2019, 12:43 PM
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On this Page it says "Must fill out the on-line application completely and submit it on-line." But I see no way to submit it online, It's a fill in form but no submit button.

http://cms.sbcounty.gov/Portals/34/C...ms/ccwinst.pdf

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Old 06-17-2019, 5:40 PM
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Ok, there are 2 applications California DOJ application and the San Bernardino County Sheriff CCW Application. The second has a submit button. Somewhat confusing, maybe my first test of suitability, lol.
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Ok, there are 2 applications California DOJ application and the San Bernardino County Sheriff CCW Application. The second has a submit button. Somewhat confusing, maybe my first test of suitability, lol.
You are probably right.

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Just submitted it! Appointment is for 7/11/2019, much faster than I expected.
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Just submitted it! Appointment is for 7/11/2019, much faster than I expected.
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Is there a way to follow up on the status of the background check?
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You can call but they recommend not to my background took about two months before i got a call back
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Is there a way to follow up on the status of the background check?
If it hasn't been 6 months I'd just wait. Sometimes it happens really fast but most of the time not.

They are very busy and have a small dedicated team working in the CCW program.

If 6 months have passed you can send Sarah an email.

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Is there a way to follow up on the status of the background check?
Call or email them, asking about your status.

However, do not contact them until after 90 days from your interview.
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I'm getting everything ready for my interview and I have a couple of questions.

On the "initial instructions" page it says to bring the 2 money orders and:

Notarized Form
Employment/Residency Form
Drivers License
Birth Certificate
Utility Bill
Tax Bill, Property Deed, etc

On the FAQ's page it also says to complete all the other forms:

Employment Verification
Domestic Violence Disclosure
Pre-Background Interview
Verification or Concealed Weapons

I'm assuming the Employment Verification is mailed to my work and the Verification of Concealed Weapons is done at the range but when are the other two collected/submitted. Doesn't say to bring these to the interview.

I just don't want any surprises.
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I'm getting everything ready for my interview and I have a couple of questions.

On the "initial instructions" page it says to bring the 2 money orders and:

Notarized Form
Employment/Residency Form
Drivers License
Birth Certificate
Utility Bill
Tax Bill, Property Deed, etc

On the FAQ's page it also says to complete all the other forms:

Employment Verification
Domestic Violence Disclosure
Pre-Background Interview
Verification or Concealed Weapons

I'm assuming the Employment Verification is mailed to my work and the Verification of Concealed Weapons is done at the range but when are the other two collected/submitted. Doesn't say to bring these to the interview.

I just don't want any surprises.
Fill out all of the forms and take them with you to the interview. Make copies of all of your "original" documents you are using for verification. That includes your drivers license. I also made copies of everything else. I don't remember which form it was but they wanted a copy and luckily I had one for them.
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I had a marijuana possession ticket issued to me 7-8 years ago that was dismissed in court. Will this disqualify me from getting the CCW License? Should I even bother applying?
No.
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I'm hoping you guys and gals will have some advice for me.

I had my interview April 30th, gave them all of the paperwork they asked for, chatted with the officer for awhile and it seemed liked everything was going great. I just received a letter in the mail stating that my request for a CCW has been denied because of findings in my background check. This is why I am confused.

I haven't had a ticket or interaction with the police in over 10 years, I have a degree, have been employed since I graduated, I pass every background check when I purchase firearms, and I even just got off of a jury I was selected for after I answered my jury duty notice. I have no idea what would cause me to have bad moral character.

Do I have any recourse here? The letter states that they won't tell me what they found, and I don't know what to appeal if they won't tell me. Any help with what my next move should be would be greatly appreciated, thanks in advance.

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I'm hoping you guys and gals will have some advice for me.

I had my interview April 30th, gave them all of the paperwork they asked for, chatted with the officer for awhile and it seemed liked everything was going great. I just received a letter in the mail stating that my request for a CCW has been denied because of findings in my background check. This is why I am confused.

I haven't had a ticket or interaction with the police in over 10 years, I have a degree, have been employed since I graduated, I pass every background check when I purchase firearms, and I even just got off of a jury I was selected for after I answered my jury duty notice. I have no idea what would cause me to have bad moral character.

Do I have any recourse here? The letter states that they won't tell me what they found, and I don't know what to appeal if they won't tell me. Any help with what my next move should be would be greatly appreciated, thanks in advance.
I would certainly contact them and see if there are any options to appeal. Out of curiosity do you know if your employer submitted back their questionnaire on you, and if it was positive? Do you have a good relationship with your neighbors? What was your good cause statement, etc? If you know your background is clean, those are the only other things I can think of.
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I would certainly contact them and see if there are any options to appeal. Out of curiosity do you know if your employer submitted back their questionnaire on you, and if it was positive? Do you have a good relationship with your neighbors? What was your good cause statement, etc? If you know your background is clean, those are the only other things I can think of.

The letter states I have 10 days to submit a written appeal, I just don’t know what I am appealing to write about.

I have an email in with my employer and I’m waiting to hear back from him today, I told him I was applying and that they would be contacting him so it wasn’t a surprise. I have a good relationship with pretty much all of my neighbors, except one, and that isn’t a bad relationship we just don’t have any contact, they’re pretty private.

My good cause statement was that I wanted to protect myself and my family, and that I am realtor and this puts me in unfamiliar neighborhoods meeting people I don’t know, usually at night. The officer interviewing me read it and said that everything seemed good to go.

Both my parents work/worked for the lasd, I’ve never been arrested, I just have no idea what they could have found.
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The letter states I have 10 days to submit a written appeal, I just don’t know what I am appealing to write about.

I have an email in with my employer and I’m waiting to hear back from him today, I told him I was applying and that they would be contacting him so it wasn’t a surprise. I have a good relationship with pretty much all of my neighbors, except one, and that isn’t a bad relationship we just don’t have any contact, they’re pretty private.

My good cause statement was that I wanted to protect myself and my family, and that I am realtor and this puts me in unfamiliar neighborhoods meeting people I don’t know, usually at night. The officer interviewing me read it and said that everything seemed good to go.

Both my parents work/worked for the lasd, I’ve never been arrested, I just have no idea what they could have found.
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The letter states I have 10 days to submit a written appeal, I just don’t know what I am appealing to write about.

I have an email in with my employer and I’m waiting to hear back from him today, I told him I was applying and that they would be contacting him so it wasn’t a surprise. I have a good relationship with pretty much all of my neighbors, except one, and that isn’t a bad relationship we just don’t have any contact, they’re pretty private.

My good cause statement was that I wanted to protect myself and my family, and that I am realtor and this puts me in unfamiliar neighborhoods meeting people I don’t know, usually at night. The officer interviewing me read it and said that everything seemed good to go.

Both my parents work/worked for the lasd, I’ve never been arrested, I just have no idea what they could have found.
Are there any ex-wives or girl friends that you have a bad relationship with?
Do you have or have you had in the past a medical MJ card?
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Are there any ex-wives or girl friends that you have a bad relationship with?
Do you have or have you had in the past a medical MJ card?
No bad ex’s, and I am currently in my first marriage so no ex wives around. I also have never had a marijuana card.

I was reading some older threads in here where people were trying to hide stuff, but I honestly have nothing to hide and am genuinely confused on what could have gone wrong.
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No bad ex’s, and I am currently in my first marriage so no ex wives around. I also have never had a marijuana card.



I was reading some older threads in here where people were trying to hide stuff, but I honestly have nothing to hide and am genuinely confused on what could have gone wrong.
Do you have a common name? Have you checked the other people with your name? Who do you interact with on Facebook?

You say you've never had a MJ card.

DON'T ANSWER

Do you currently smoke wacky cigarettes? Are the windows open? Can your neighbors smell it?

You say that you are on your first marriage. Everything good with the wife? Can the neighbors here if things are not going well with the wife?

I had checked my name and knew there was at least one other me in southern California. We have different middle names and I always use my middle initial in everything. I made sure to let the deputy know to make sure that he used my middle initial in his background check.

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Do you have a common name? Have you checked the other people with your name? Who do you interact with on Facebook?

You say you've never had a MJ card.

DON'T ANSWER

Do you currently smoke wacky cigarettes? Are the windows open? Can your neighbors smell it?

You say that you are on your first marriage. Everything good with the wife? Can the neighbors here if things are not going well with the wife?

I had checked my name and knew there was at least one other me in southern California. We have different middle names and I always use my middle initial in everything. I made sure to let the deputy know to make sure that he used my middle initial in his background check.

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I’ll have to check into others with my name. The only thing I can think of is that i might have a cii because I was finger printed and live scanned as a step in receiving my real estate license with the state, which I passed, but it’s not for anything criminal.

And for everything else it’s a no, my neighbor actually does smoke marijuana and he’s pretty open about it, but I do not use it.
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The officer interviewing me read it and said that everything seemed good to go.
Do you have that officer's contact info? If so, then ping them.

If not, get a letter in under the 10-day time line stating everything (positive) you've said here. You're pleading the case here, but we can't overturn the decision.
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Well it happened.

I followed the advice I got here and this is what I got for my troubles.

I renewed my permit. and it came 3 weeks or so early.

Wasn't valid until today. So the question becomes what to do.

I asked here and was told to:
A.) Carry both
B.) Set a reminder thingie on my smarter than me smartphone.

I paced the floor, wringing my hands, carefully considering all aspects of the choices.
Carrying both seems heavy and with my back could cause longterm damage.

Setting the reminder thingie seems difficult and could set off a chain reaction by the noise police. So I googled how to set a reminder with an silent alarm.


Just minutes ago.....
It happened
My rear pants pocket started to vibrate, my phone rocking and a rolling.


Grabbing my phone, thinking it is gonna blow, my phone that is.
I look at the screen only to see those words

Hey Old Man, didja change ur permit yet?



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I knew what you were posting about before I even opened this thread! But thanks for the reminder, I have been carrying both, time to lighten the load!
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@Old Marine: I’m impressed that you had the phone.

Mine keeps misplacing itself.
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I knew what you were posting about before I even opened this thread! But thanks for the reminder, I have been carrying both, time to lighten the load!

So what you are saying is I am predictable and you have a strong back!

Show off!
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@Old Marine: I’m impressed that you had the phone.

Mine keeps misplacing itself.
The phone is not misplacing itself, it is simply allowing the processor to cool off with all the super highway internets of world web surfing you do.
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The phone is not misplacing itself, it is simply allowing the processor to cool off with all the super highway internets of world web surfing you do.
You know....you may have something there. I’ll check my usage logs next time I find the phone.
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Quick question, is the abbreviated SBSD on the postal money orders acceptable or does it need to be spelled out?

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Quick question, is the abbreviated SBSD on the postal money orders acceptable or does it need to be spelled out?

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Pretty sure that is the way I have done it for 20+ years with no issue.
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I have an interview on the 23 of this month.... What do i need to bring?
NOTICE: BRING THE FOLLOWING ITEMS AND DOCUMENTS TO THE INTERVIEW at
655 E. Third Street, San Bernardino, CA. 92415:
A. Notarization Form (notarized no more than 30 days prior to interview),
Employment/Residence History Form.
B. ORIGINAL (plus one copy) of the following (NO EXCEPTIONS or you will have to
reschedule):
1. California Driver’s License OR current active military ID and original state ID
2. County certified Birth Certificate or Naturalization papers/certificate
3. Current utility bill in YOUR name with service address (Must be gas, water, electric
or trash. We DO NOT ACCEPT cable bills, phone/internet bills, or “past due” bills)
4. Current property tax bill, Grant Deed or Rental Agreement in your name (if you
do not have any of these, please contact Employee Resources)
5. County certified marriage certificate for each marriage (if you have ever used a
different last name or to add a spouse’s gun to your permit)
6. Military discharge DD214 form, including discharge status
C. Two separate postal money orders (from the Post Office) made payable to the
San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department (SBSD), due at the time of your
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(1) Fingerprinting - $119.00 (postal money order only)
(2) 20% of the administrative / background fees - $31.20 (postal money
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Did you read the info in the application?
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Always appeal, one has nothing to lose. I got 4 out of 7 permits approved in SD county. Initially 5 were denied and I always appealed. " I am shocked, saddened and dismayed at the dismissal of my request for CCW. I have a reputation of good and honor in the community and I feel there must be some miscommunication or disinformation you have heard about me. Please give me recourse to plead my good faith and character". You got to fight for yourself, no body else cares.
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Ok easy peazy. So after interview, how long does it take to know you're approved or not?
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Also do i need get this "rejection" letter from my local PD? I live in fontana. Not sure if still a thing
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Ok easy peazy. So after interview, how long does it take to know you're approved or not?
It can take up to 6 months. Just sit back relax and go do some shooting.

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Also do i need get this "rejection" letter from my local PD? I live in fontana. Not sure if still a thing
No longer a thing; don't worry about it.
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