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Old 07-29-2021, 9:11 PM
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I know nothing of Mr Myers and had never heard of him until your post. But when someone is active on twitter with posts like this;

https://twitter.com/myerssd30?lang=en



Advocating as a progressive BLM supporter. IMHO makes me wonder as to his suitability.

WTF.

Only a complete fool would support BLM

If that idiot gets elected it might be even worse than Gore. Mr Ruby Ridge.
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Yep.
At that time we had Gore a "republican", infamous for Ruby Ridge (to the few who pay attention to such things) who would not issue us CCWs, or the democrat running against him who said he would.
That pressure and SDCGO activism flipped him to issuing.

So yes, I think/hope we can do better than Myers.
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Yikes, I had no idea Myers was a BLM supporter. When he ran against Gore he appeared to be a somewhat moderate Democrat.

I just checked his twitter and facebook and he has gone full-blown “woke”.
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Yikes, I had no idea Myers was a BLM supporter. When he ran against Gore he appeared to be a somewhat moderate Democrat.

I just checked his twitter and facebook and he has gone full-blown “woke”.
A moderate democrat is like someone being moderately dead. Anyone who associates with the democrat party is bad news, period.
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Just thinking out loud here…let’s say Myers runs again and “promises” shall-issue CCW. The next viable candidate is basically Gore pre-2019, may-issue CCW with “red” good cause (practically no-issue).

Who would be your choice between the two?
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I guess I'd rather take a chance on a dem who promised to do shall-issue (fool me once) than a candidate who would certainly take us back to no-issue.

The worst that could happen is the dem lies and we have the same result.
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I guess I'd rather take a chance on a dem who promised to do shall-issue (fool me once) than a candidate who would certainly take us back to no-issue.

The worst that could happen is the dem lies and we have the same result.
Hopefully we get a better choice, but CCW issue is all I really need out of the Sheriff and not being anti gun like being confiscation happy on BLM land or going along with every dopey anti gun thing that comes along would be nice.
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You folks in SD Co should go through the first several pages of posts in this thread, but IIRC Myers is a gay guy. Why does that matter? Because of The Pulse Nightclub massacre: he said it’s what motivated him to be BOTH for virtual Shall Issue (self defense = Good Cause) AND for banning (confiscating?) AWs/EBRs “modern sporting rifles.” If he’s also for defunding the police, replacing cops with social workers, and other Leftist insanity you’d better pray there’s another contender….
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Hopefully we get a better choice, but CCW issue is all I really need out of the Sheriff and not being anti gun like being confiscation happy on BLM land or going along with every dopey anti gun thing that comes along would be nice.
At this point, I'm with CessnaDriver. I don't see any hope of electing anybody who will keep SD from descending into chaos and insanity with the rest of the state. A real law and order sheriff who will actually fix things just seems out of reach. Given that, the most important criteria for me is my permit and my ability to protect myself. Of course, if SCOTUS give us something like Shall Issue, then that changes everything. Perhaps Meyers has read the handwriting on the wall and expects a Shall Issue decision in Corlett and figures CCW is no longer an distinguishing issue and that just leaves the race to the woke bottom.
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5,208 CCWs!

https://www.sdsheriff.gov/i-want-to/...eapons-license
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What’s up SD Fam, i have my CCW interview with the sheriff in a few days, does anyone have any tips or pointers to share. I’m not sure what to expect. Any advice is appreciated!
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For questions on San Diego CCW, I would direct everybody to this thread:

https://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/...0#post26130380

For tips and examples of good cause statements, check out the SDCGO website here:

https://sandiegocountygunowners.com/ccw/

In general, everything will hinge on your good cause statement and supporting documentation. To quote Detective Alonzo Harris, “It's not what you know; it's what you can prove.” For any documents like good cause proof and your proof of address documents, bring originals and copies of everything. The easier you make their job, the smoother it will go. If your application and documentation is perfect, and they have the time, it is possible to get it all done in a single visit.
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What’s up SD Fam, i have my CCW interview with the sheriff in a few days, does anyone have any tips or pointers to share. I’m not sure what to expect. Any advice is appreciated!
Note that it's not really an interview...like the kind where they fire questions at you. They generally just go over your packet and info and either ask for clarification on things or suggest you make a change or two. Note that this assumes you have nothing problematic in your background. If you've got a red flag, they may grill you on that a bit. That's just a guess though.

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Almost 200 new CCWs in the past month!

5401!

https://www.sdsheriff.gov/i-want-to/...eapons-license
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FYI...SD County Gun Owners just posted this in their weekly email.

https://sandiegocountygunowners.com/...tivist-update/

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I just spoke with the Sheriff's CCW department (licensing) and we have some good news.

They have added appointment times to Monday's schedule. This will improve wait times to get your CCW significantly.

AND... they are testing renewals and issuance by mail to see if this process works. They were able to find a way to capture the renewal's thumbprint, so it looks like they are able to process more renewals.

All good news. SDCGO is continuing our work to make sure every sane, trained, law-abiding San Diego who wants to, can get a CCW.

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5,638!

237 new CCWs in one month. I think that’s a record
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237 new CCWs in one month. I think that’s a record


This is the fifth month in a row that they have posted a new figure around the 25th of the month. Credit for good disclosure practices.

5,638 is 0.171% of the county 2020 population of 3,298,634*. By way of comparison, the state of FL has issued 2,408,372 CWP** to a state population of 21,538,187***, or 11.18%.


*https://web.archive.org/web/20210915...a,CA/PST045219
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Could take out the under 21 population from those pop numbers.
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Also, SDSO had only started issuing to more people just a few years ago.

I believe FL passed CCW law back in 1987.


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Could take out the under 21 population from those pop numbers.
Iirc, FL does require you be 21 to get a permit, while CA has no age limit, though functionally you would have to be at least 18. Including or excluding by age would be roughly proportional, though, so the relative proportion would remain about the same.

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Also, SDSO had only started issuing to more people just a few years ago.

I believe FL passed CCW law back in 1987.
Policy at the SDSO shifted recently, but the CA law has been in place and mostly unchanged longer than the FL law. (As best I recall; open to correction.) Only interpretation and policy have changed. To be clear: I'm all in favor of the new interpretation, and it's headed in the right direction -- but it's still got a ways to go vs. comparables.
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Had my “interview” today. Basically it’s just to add/disclose any additional information for your application.

Had to add that I had a crazy ex try to get a RO on me but that case was dismissed. Still felt pretty crappy having to put that down.

Asked about vehicle violations in the past 5 years. After that process it was photos and fingerprints.

Lady said they’re at 90 days for approve/deny. Not a day sooner.
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22-Nov-2021: Current CCW Licenses Issued: 5,883



Thats 1.78 per 1,000 residents for San Diego County.

By way of comparison, in 2019 San Diego was at 0.34, and Shasta was at 45.5. Among counties with comparable populations, in 2019 Orange County was at 3.73, Riverside at 1.24, and San Bernardino at 3.24.

(CA county data sourced from https://web.archive.org/web/20210817...232198382.html; if you have more recent data, please post.)
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Had to add that I had a crazy ex try to get a RO on me but that case was dismissed. Still felt pretty crappy having to put that down.

Asked about vehicle violations in the past 5 years...
Just curious and trying to stay informed.

Where did they have you add the unsuccessful attempt at an RO? If it was unsuccessful, I do not see anyplace on the form where it is required to be disclosed.

Any idea why they asked about vehicle violations in the last 5 years if you correctly filled out that section of the form? Was there any point in going over it again?
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Just curious and trying to stay informed.

Where did they have you add the unsuccessful attempt at an RO? If it was unsuccessful, I do not see anyplace on the form where it is required to be disclosed.

Any idea why they asked about vehicle violations in the last 5 years if you correctly filled out that section of the form? Was there any point in going over it again?
He had me pencil it in on the back of my application. There’s a section asking if you’ve ever been arrested, jailed or something of that nature. He was kind of perplexed and had me fill it in.

I was never arrested and it never went to a RO. He had it up on his monitor clear as day as “case dismissed.”

As far as vehicle violations I think it had to do with the DMV check he ran to verify my address.
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5,883

Net gain of 245 in one month!

Sheriff Gore keeps cranking them out!
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Just curious and trying to stay informed.

Where did they have you add the unsuccessful attempt at an RO? If it was unsuccessful, I do not see anyplace on the form where it is required to be disclosed.

Any idea why they asked about vehicle violations in the last 5 years if you correctly filled out that section of the form? Was there any point in going over it again?
Question 10 asks:
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This spot is where you include anything not included in the previous questions that might affect your eligibility. e.g. things they might find during the background check but that you didn't include.

It's a judgment call, but SDCGO says it's better to include more than less.
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Given that no Sheriff I am aware of has published a written set of standards for GMC, I would be hesitant to guess what they would or would not find relevant. Speaking strictly personally, it would not occur to me to include an unsuccessful attempt at a restraining order (presumably an unfounded accusation), any more than "I was once pulled over and surrounded because my car resembled one they saw fleeing from a crime, but was released as soon as other units caught their suspect" or "a neighbor once called the police because they thought my dog was barking too loudly, but I don't have a dog".

But that's probably just me.
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Net gain of 245 in one month!

Sheriff Gore keeps cranking them out!

Well at that rate there should be 8800 by election day next year.
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I would love to get mine...where do I start?
Go to San Diego County Gun Owners website and click on the CCW link. Lots of info there on the process and they do monthly remote meetings where you can ask questions. Plus you can ask here as needed.

Your goal should be to get your application going in the Sheriff's "Permitium" system (links on their website) as quickly as you can, as that is the means to get yourself in the cue. Don't be alarmed if you appointment dates are really far out. There is a backlog that they're trying to work through and most dates get/can be improved. You can read recent posts in this thread to get a feel for how long things are currently taking.

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Go to San Diego County Gun Owners website and click on the CCW link. Lots of info there on the process and they do monthly remote meetings where you can ask questions. Plus you can ask here as needed.

Your goal should be to get your application going in the Sheriff's "Permitium" system (links on their website) as quickly as you can, as that is the means to get yourself in the cue. Don't be alarmed if you appointment dates are really far out. There is a backlog that they're trying to work through and most dates get/can be improved. You can read recent posts in this thread to get a feel for how long things are currently taking.

Good luck! And may the odds be ever in your favor!
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