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Old 03-12-2019, 2:08 AM
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I have to take the renewal class real soon. Where does First Response do their class/qualification?
Linden gun range. Cost me $60 for the renewal with 3 firearms.
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Old 03-12-2019, 1:14 PM
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Took my CCW Renewal class last week with First Response. Thank you Duncan and Carlos. Great class though a bit rainy. Will pick up my CCW on Wednesday.
Those guys are awesome. I took mine with them and have gone back for a few more classes and have really learned a lot and had a good and safe time.

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I have to take the renewal class real soon. Where does First Response do their class/qualification?
At the range in Linden. I don't know if they do classes at other locations too, but that's where I went for them.
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Old 03-12-2019, 4:22 PM
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Off roster firearms allowed? Anyone have a off roster firearm on their permit? I am looking at the shield 9mm and some are off roster and I was told that different counties may or not allow them. I can email my IA but there is a delay sometimes from when I hear back and looking to purchase soon so I can qualify with it.

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Old 03-12-2019, 4:56 PM
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I have an off roster G-19 on my permit. So I guess they are allowed.
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I have an off roster G-19 on my permit. So I guess they are allowed.
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Old 03-12-2019, 4:57 PM
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Linden gun range. Cost me $60 for the renewal with 3 firearms.
Thanks for the information. I called and signed up for the April class. Duncan sounds like a very knowledgeable instructor with some real life insight.
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Old 03-12-2019, 5:53 PM
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You can't go wrong with Duncan. My wife and I have both done extensive training with him and learned a lot!
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Old 03-14-2019, 6:33 PM
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Does anyone know once you complete the 16 hour course how long it takes to get your appointment with the sheriff to get your actual permit? Thanks!

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Does anyone know once you complete the 16 hour course how long it takes to get your appointment with the sheriff to get your actual permit? Thanks!

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I just picked up mine this week. I called the week before and they set me up with the appointment for this past Wednesday. Just call and make your appointment. If I had called a few days earlier could have gotten it last week.
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I just picked up mine this week. I called the week before and they set me up with the appointment for this past Wednesday. Just call and make your appointment. If I had called a few days earlier could have gotten it last week.
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Old 03-24-2019, 8:55 AM
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I turn in my paperwork in the beginning of May to start the process for my CCW. One of the three on my list is a 642-2 that I removed the internal lock from & put a plug years ago. Should I open it back up & reinstall the lock or should I be good? Has anyone had any trouble with the new sheriff getting their CCW?
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I turn in my paperwork in the beginning of May to start the process for my CCW. One of the three on my list is a 642-2 that I removed the internal lock from & put a plug years ago. Should I open it back up & reinstall the lock or should I be good? Has anyone had any trouble with the new sheriff getting their CCW?
For my initial CCW application I had to be interviewed by the then Sheriff Moore because of my arrest(s) record from 40+ years ago. Just had my second renewal which wasn't approved until the present one had expired. Thought maybe another interview was going to happen but the Sheriff was just a little behind since just taking over recently.
Can't answer the question about your firearm.
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Old 03-24-2019, 11:07 AM
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I turn in my paperwork in the beginning of May to start the process for my CCW. One of the three on my list is a 642-2 that I removed the internal lock from & put a plug years ago. Should I open it back up & reinstall the lock or should I be good?
I can't imagine that it would be a problem. You would never carry the gun locked. And by removing the internal lock, you simply ensured that it would not unintentionally lock up when you really needed it. But to be sure, check with your selected trainer. They're the ones who will inspect the guns prior to certifying them.

For what it's worth, I had a no-lock 642 on my permit for awhile. The issue of having no internal lock never came up.
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Old 04-01-2019, 11:33 AM
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If you need to take the initial or renewal CCW course I highly recommend Valley Defensive Consultant!! Vince is incredible, retired law enforcement and day 2 you bring over 200 rounds and shoot all day long performing drills and exercises. Best class you can take! No need to shop around these guys are the best!

They also teach defensive 1 and 2 class, shotgun, carbine classes as well.

https://www.valleydefense.com

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Old 04-04-2019, 7:02 AM
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Ok just a update about my 642 for anyone who cares. I contacted Chuck Fields of NFI, he does a CCW class in Stockton once a month & probably the class I will take so he will be the instructor looking over my firearms & this is the response I got back from him
"No, as long as the firearm is operating smoothly and properly removing the lock should not be an issue and that will not cause it to not pass inspection .

Hope this helps... and I look forward to seeing you in class.


Chuck Fields"

Looks like I'm good to go as far as my internal lock being removed. Now to wait for my appointment in the beginning of next month. I will update then.
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Old 04-10-2019, 6:11 PM
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Fyi I called about carrying standard cap mags , they suggested to wait until the court case is done
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Old 04-10-2019, 7:26 PM
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Fyi I called about carrying standard cap mags , they suggested to wait until the court case is done
Which will probably be 3 years from now.
Was going to call and ask too. Thanks for posting. Aggravated that they donít have a good answer.
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Old 04-10-2019, 7:37 PM
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Fyi I called about carrying standard cap mags , they suggested to wait until the court case is done
It sounds like they donít have a policy against it.
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Old 04-10-2019, 8:54 PM
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Which will probably be 3 years from now.
Was going to call and ask too. Thanks for posting. Aggravated that they donít have a good answer.
You're aggravated? Really.

Read through the departments rules for CCW. Do you see magazine capacity limits? Also, is there a law that would prevent you from using a legally possessed standard or high capacity magazine in your gun? The answer is no unless you have a fixed mag riffle or pistol which would not be on your permit anyways.
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If you are really worried about it just carry a 10 round mag and a high capacity mag for back up. God forbid if you are in a life threatening situation you need more than 10 rounds you going to worry about grabbing that legally bought high capacity back up magazine? Let's hope that weapon with what ever size magazine never comes out your holster.



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Yes itís aggravating because itís their responsibility to tell us if itís acceptable or not and they are passing the buck to a court case that will be decided years from now.

And if it is ruled that those magazines are in fact not legal then youíre in hot water.


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What is the live fire qualification the put you through? I imagine it’s the same for all certified training.
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Old 04-15-2019, 3:56 PM
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What is the live fire qualification the put you through? I imagine itís the same for all certified training.
It varies from instructor to instructor.
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What is the live fire qualification the put you through? I imagine itís the same for all certified training.
Here are the requirements.

Here is the new requirement. Each applicant needs to hit the target 80% of the time which equals 24 rounds:

5 rounds at 1.5 yards
5 rounds at 3 yards
10 rounds at 5 yards
5 rounds at 7 yards
5 rounds at 10 yards

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It varies from instructor to instructor.
Not anymore, now there are new requirements I just gone through it.

Here is the new requirement. Each applicant needs to hit the target 80% of the time which equals 24 rounds:

5 rounds at 1.5 yards
5 rounds at 3 yards
10 rounds at 5 yards
5 rounds at 7 yards
5 rounds at 10 yards

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Not anymore, now there are new requirements I just gone through it.

Here is the new requirement. Each applicant needs to hit the target 80% of the time which equals 24 rounds:

5 rounds at 1.5 yards
5 rounds at 3 yards
10 rounds at 5 yards
5 rounds at 7 yards
5 rounds at 10 yards
That's right, thanks. New 2019 law kicked in with these guidelines. This represents the minimum that's required by the state. I bet the qualifications will still vary from some instructors. Like the place in Sac who includes off hand shooting.
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That's right, thanks. New 2019 law kicked in with these guidelines. This represents the minimum that's required by the state. I bet the qualifications will still vary from some instructors. Like the place in Sac who includes off hand shooting.
Actually several instructors I called all said the same requirements. However, the one I took there was many people from Stanislaus County and they only do 18 rounds but have to get 100% but don't go as far back. We had to qualify separately.

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Actually several instructors I called all said the same requirements. However, the one I took there was many people from Stanislaus County and they only do 18 rounds but have to get 100% but don't go as far back. We had to qualify separately.
Interesting, thanks for the feedback. I know that the Stanislaus CCW holders now need to qualify with every firearms on their permit. Before they just needed to qualify with a single firearm.
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Interesting, thanks for the feedback. I know that the Stanislaus CCW holders now need to qualify with every firearms on their permit. Before they just needed to qualify with a single firearm.
Correct, same for us. Qualify with each firearm. Stanislaus also uploads their certificate online and gets their permit also instead of having to make a appointment and go in.

They also had to do two headshots but was really close as well as non dominate hand as well. Seemed their qualify was easier than ours. But even our qualify is easy really.

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