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Old 07-08-2019, 11:34 AM
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Great info here. Is it possible to list a rifle in Riverside County for CCW. I'm thinking more about loaded in the car vs. carrying on my person.
Don't know what to say about this one. First of all, if it is in the car it has to be concealed as well. The only way... is if we were an open carry State, which we are not.

Good luck. Let us know how that works for you.
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Old 07-08-2019, 3:08 PM
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Great info here. Is it possible to list a rifle in Riverside County for CCW. I'm thinking more about loaded in the car vs. carrying on my person.
Before meeting the standards outlined by mochoo for concealment in the vehicle, the LTC is a, Ē...license to carry a pistol, revolver, or other firearm capable of being concealed upon the person..... While some folks may be able to conceal some rifles upon their person, they are not the norm.

You may also find some agencies restrict the caliber of guns to eliminate .223/5.56 and other rifle rounds and is a question you should direct to the Sheriffís CCW unit before you make plans in that area.
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Old 07-08-2019, 4:25 PM
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I was also told that extended mag release is not allowed.
I was told by RSO background investigator and RSO Firearms Instructors that not only are high capacity magazines allowed, their encouraged and fully legal thanks to freedom week.

Remember you bought your high capacity magazine from some guy at Home Depot during "freedom week" but you dont remember exactly when that was....End of story. <-- Literally this is what RSO deputies told us to say.

So yes anyone can use high capacity magazines with their ccw.
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I was also told that extended mag release is not allowed.
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I was told by RSO background investigator and RSO Firearms Instructors that not only are high capacity magazines allowed, their encouraged and fully legal thanks to freedom week.

So yes anyone can use high capacity magazines with their ccw.
But, the statement was the extended mag release isn't authorized...that is a modification to the gun, not the mag.
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Remember you bought your high capacity magazine from some guy at Home Depot during "freedom week" but you dont remember exactly when that was....End of story. <-- Literally this is what RSO deputies told us to say.
Why not just, "I got these legally during the court's injunction on the ban." ? The "guy at Home Depot" nonsense just makes you look like you're making stuff up.
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Completed the class and quals 7/6. Livescan completed the week prior to that. Time for the waiting game.
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But, the statement was the extended mag release isn't authorized...that is a modification to the gun, not the mag.


Why not just, "I got these legally during the court's injunction on the ban." ? The "guy at Home Depot" nonsense just makes you look like you're making stuff up.

Our instructor didn't say that modifications to the firearms are not authorized. He stated that modifications and use of reloads can be problematic due to other situations that have arisen in other instances where the prosecution could use those modifications to paint you as a bloodthirsty killer.

Yeah, our instructor Definitely didn't mention anything about a Home Depot. It was 100% a Lowes, in Hemet.
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Does anyone know if a lease agreement would work as proof of residency? I don't pay utilities and my registration isn't under my name
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Just so everyone knows, I talked to the sheriffs office and they told me that any gun no matter if its off roster or on roster, as long as it is purchased in CA and the DOJ registers it to your name itís good to go on your CCW license.
I was also told that extended mag release is not allowed.
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Extended mag release not allowed?
None of what our instructors at Ben Clark said indicated that it was not allowed. Just that there are considerations to be made when deciding whether or not to implement modifications to your carry gun. From a safety and legal perspective, there can be issues. There doesn't seem to be any hard policy against most mods, but they want you to think long and hard about it to make sure you're not leaving yourself vulnerable to problems in court.
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Does anyone know if a lease agreement would work as proof of residency? I don't pay utilities and my registration isn't under my name
I originally uploaded my lease agreement. It somehow got deleted, or removed. I uploaded a bank statement and credit card bill, both were acceptable forms of proof of residency.
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I originally uploaded my lease agreement. It somehow got deleted, or removed. I uploaded a bank statement and credit card bill, both were acceptable forms of proof of residency.


Thanks for this information. Itís exactly what I needed to know!


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Old 07-11-2019, 9:48 AM
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Just got the call/text/email (all at the same time) to pick up.

For anyone wondering, here's my timeframe.

June 5 - Application
June 14th - Interview (They had earlier dates, but I had this day off)
June 25th - Livescan (They had earlier dates at multiple locations)
July 6th - Class & Qualifications (This was the next available date at Ben Clark Training Center)
July 11th - Approval/Pick Up

All in all, a hair over a month.
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Old 07-11-2019, 10:05 AM
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Just got the call/text/email (all at the same time) to pick up.

For anyone wondering, here's my timeframe.

June 5 - Application
June 14th - Interview (They had earlier dates, but I had this day off)
June 25th - Livescan (They had earlier dates at multiple locations)
July 6th - Class & Qualifications (This was the next available date at Ben Clark Training Center)
July 11th - Approval/Pick Up

All in all, a hair over a month.
Thanks for the update...That is awesome...Riverside Rocks...getting better and better!
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Thanks for the update...That is awesome...Riverside Rocks...getting better and better!

All thanks to our new Sheriff and the CCW unit!!

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Old 07-11-2019, 6:18 PM
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Just got the call/text/email (all at the same time) to pick up.

For anyone wondering, here's my timeframe.

June 5 - Application
June 14th - Interview (They had earlier dates, but I had this day off)
June 25th - Livescan (They had earlier dates at multiple locations)
July 6th - Class & Qualifications (This was the next available date at Ben Clark Training Center)
July 11th - Approval/Pick Up

All in all, a hair over a month.


Congrats dude . The RSO is top notch .


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Old 07-12-2019, 7:57 AM
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All thanks to our new Sheriff and the CCW unit!!

Mark
Absolutely agree! Our New Sheriff making a huge difference!!!
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Old 07-12-2019, 9:10 AM
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Have my California Permit, Non Resident Utah and Virginia. Is it ok in Las Vegas Nevada?
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Have my California Permit, Non Resident Utah and Virginia. Is it ok in Las Vegas Nevada?
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It appears that both your Utah and Virginia non-resident permits are honored in Nevada.
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Old 07-12-2019, 9:33 AM
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It appears that both your Utah and Virginia non-resident permits are honored in Nevada.
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Checking the USA carry website and google before you travel out of state. Not being a smart ***! It does change and some state can drop reprocicity if they want. Doesn’t happen a lot but may get lucky and more states may honor your permit
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Checking the USA carry website and google before you travel out of state. Not being a smart ***! It does change and some state can drop reprocicity if they want. Doesnít happen a lot but may get lucky and more states may honor your permit
Yup. Good practice to check it a few days before traveling. New ones are added and dropped pretty regularly.
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Old 07-13-2019, 5:31 AM
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Checking the USA carry website and google before you travel out of state. Not being a smart ***! It does change and some state can drop reprocicity if they want. Doesnít happen a lot but may get lucky and more states may honor your permit
I have noticed that as well!
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A friend of mine lives in Banning and she wanted to know about who she has to apply to for a CCW permit.
^Can she apply directly to Riverside County Sheriff Department or does she have to apply to Banning Police Department first?

Also, what is an acceptable good cause for Riverside?
^I live in San Bernardino County and they accepted personal protection, but I heard that is not enough for Riverside County.

Thanks for any up-to-date info.
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She can apply directly with Riverside Sheriff.

As far as the good cause goes this is pretty spot on IMHO...... Copied from an earlier post.

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You need to elaborate your good cause , think of things / activities that might put you at risk etc ( hiking in remote areas / camping ) . Certain laws / measures that have been passed in the past years , crime reports . Etc .research online and this forum . Thereís plenty of useful info . The investigators will also help , they almost want to approve you . They will tell you if needs work or not . They are very helpful.
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A friend of mine lives in Banning and she wanted to know about who she has to apply to for a CCW permit.
^Can she apply directly to Riverside County Sheriff Department or does she have to apply to Banning Police Department first?

Also, what is an acceptable good cause for Riverside?
^I live in San Bernardino County and they accepted personal protection, but I heard that is not enough for Riverside County.

Thanks for any up-to-date info.
Your friend should do some research.
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I have my interview on Friday and I just wanted clarification on what to bring with me. I was going to bring my ID, birth certificate, two bills, three character references, and probably passport just in case. Is there anything else Iím missing?
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I have my interview on Friday and I just wanted clarification on what to bring with me. I was going to bring my ID, birth certificate, two bills, three character references, and probably passport just in case. Is there anything else Iím missing?
it should say in your packet everything you need to bring.
bring 2 passport photos (not your passport)
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it should say in your packet everything you need to bring.

bring 2 passport photos (not your passport)


No, donít bring passport photos. They take photo at the station when they issue your license


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Maybe they've changed now that the process is online but we had to bring two passport photos and they still took your photo for the license.
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Maybe they've changed now that the process is online but we had to bring two passport photos and they still took your photo for the license.
Clearly says in the application instructions.
ē Two recent passport photos.
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Clearly says in the application instructions.

ē Two recent passport photos.


Bring them just in case. And come back here after your interview tell us about it


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For the record, I didn't bring any passport photos nor was I asked to. For the interview all I brought was my driver's license. Everything else was already uploaded and they did not ask me to bring anything additionally. I got my permit a week ago and started the process in June.
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As a general question, is a gun that my wife owned prior to our marriage now legally mine as well? And if so that gun would be able to be put on my permit? Or if not, any gun that my wife has bought since we've been married would be fine for my permit, correct?
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As a general question, is a gun that my wife owned prior to our marriage now legally mine as well? And if so that gun would be able to be put on my permit? Or if not, any gun that my wife has bought since we've been married would be fine for my permit, correct?
There is a "dual registration" process that our CCW instructor mentioned. This way you have both names associated with the firearm you plan to share with your wife. I would inquire further during your CCW class.
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As a general question, is a gun that my wife owned prior to our marriage now legally mine as well? And if so that gun would be able to be put on my permit? Or if not, any gun that my wife has bought since we've been married would be fine for my permit, correct?
As a general answer, “legally mine” and “owned” are separate issues from “registered”.

Their webpage FAQs address this:
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It can be registered to you or your spouse and must also be registered in the state of California.
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No passport photos needed. Just picked mine up about a month ago. They take the pictures there now.
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No passport photos needed. Just picked mine up about a month ago. They take the pictures there now.


Yeah thatís what happened to me but some people donít believe what I said lolz


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For the record, I didn't bring any passport photos nor was I asked to. For the interview all I brought was my driver's license. Everything else was already uploaded and they did not ask me to bring anything additionally. I got my permit a week ago and started the process in June.
Mabe I misunderstood your post, but wondering where on the website can you upload? were you able to upload both applications? sorry about the other posts, gotta post more!

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Mabe I misunderstood your post, but wondering where on the website can you upload? were you able to upload both applications? sorry about the other posts, gotta post more!
Once you apply and make the initial payment on Permitium, their web application platform, you can upload documents as instructed.
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Itís likely a confusion between the old process and new one. When I applied in a January before the web application, you needed 2 passport photos. They STILL would take your photo at the interview to put on your license. The passport photo seemed to just get clipped to your application folder. Not really sure what they ever used it for.

For an amendment, they will take a new photo. Also.. they donít ask to take your old (and not expired) Ccw card. Now Iíve got a backup in case one gets lost. 👍
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Once you apply and make the initial payment on Permitium, their web application platform, you can upload documents as instructed.
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