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Old 12-31-2019, 6:39 AM
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Well that was fast. I already received the letter from the DOJ Stating the firearm is now registered as a .40 cal and my request has been granted. Will keep posted about it making it on my permit or not
Is it also listed as a semi auto?

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Old 12-31-2019, 10:33 AM
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Is it also listed as a semi auto?

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I listed it as a similar-auto in the form. The letter that came back just states serial#, make, model 22GEN4, and caliber .40. In their email to me they said the change has been recorded. No push back on the sumo-auto. So for now all I can do is assume it went through fine. We will see in the next few weeks I guess.
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Old 12-31-2019, 11:00 AM
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I listed it as a similar-auto in the form. The letter that came back just states serial#, make, model 22GEN4, and caliber .40. In their email to me they said the change has been recorded. No push back on the sumo-auto. So for now all I can do is assume it went through fine. We will see in the next few weeks I guess.
Nice. This is good news

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I had my interview Aug 19th, 2019. I have been waiting patiently since. I have a pristine record and have been with the same employer for 7 years. I just don’t understand why I’m not getting any communication either way. This is very frustrating.
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Old 01-04-2020, 11:19 PM
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I had my interview Aug 19th, 2019. I have been waiting patiently since. I have a pristine record and have been with the same employer for 7 years. I just don’t understand why I’m not getting any communication either way. This is very frustrating.
My first thought would be your employer has not returned the employment verification paperwork.
Email the CCW division.
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Old 01-05-2020, 7:39 PM
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It looks like your case is still pending.I still rembmer the officer told me if I approved,they will call me and if not,they will mail you.So it should be something wrong with it,contact them.
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Old 01-07-2020, 12:28 PM
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Hey guys,

I looked through the county website and couldn’t find an answer to my question. I can email them but I thought if you all knew the answer then I wouldn’t have to bother them.

I am PROBABLY moving out of state in March. My ccw expires in April. We are to surrender our permit when we move out of the county. So my two-part question is: since it’s a matter of about 20 days, would it be acceptable to simply allow my permit to expire or should I return it? If I should return it, is by mail acceptable or do I have to submit it in person?

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Old 01-07-2020, 1:19 PM
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I looked through the county website and couldn’t find an answer to my question. I can email them but I thought if you all knew the answer then I wouldn’t have to bother them.

I am PROBABLY moving out of state in March. My ccw expires in April. We are to surrender our permit when we move out of the county. So my two-part question is: since it’s a matter of about 20 days, would it be acceptable to simply allow my permit to expire or should I return it? If I should return it, is by mail acceptable or do I have to submit it in person?

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There was another member in the same predicament. They told him to send it in when it expired.

Though you still have to let them know that you're moving.

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There was another member in the same predicament. They told him to send it in when it expired.

Though you still have to let them know that you're moving.

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Old 01-07-2020, 2:10 PM
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(10) business days to send an e-mail to our office
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Hey Guys. I have my Range Day tomorrow. When I got the call I was on my motorcycle and had to pull off the freeway. SO needless to say I could not write anything down. I think he said it starts at 8am but get there early. Is this correct?
Any recommendations on what time to get there?
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I think he told you access the website to "Range Qualification"then download or printer out the form.And said"Tardiness may result in non admittance to class
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Hey Guys. I have my Range Day tomorrow. When I got the call I was on my motorcycle and had to pull off the freeway. SO needless to say I could not write anything down. I think he said it starts at 8am but get there early. Is this correct?
Any recommendations on what time to get there?
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I think he told you access the website to "Range Qualification"then download or printer out the form.And said"Tardiness may result in non admittance to class
".So be there before 8 AM is better.And don't forget the Registration Fees:$112.00 postal money order and $124.80 postal money order Both payable to SBSD http://wp.sbcounty.gov/sheriff/wp-co.../CCW-Range.pdf Print it out then fill in.

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I think he told you access the website to "Range Qualification"then download or printer out the form.And said"Tardiness may result in non admittance to class
".So be there before 8 AM is better.And don't forget the Registration Fees:$112.00 postal money order and $124.80 postal money order Both payable to SBSD http://wp.sbcounty.gov/sheriff/wp-co.../CCW-Range.pdf Print it out then fill in.
Exactly what he told me. Im not sure how I did not see the time right above the Red! too busy reading the rest I guess. All my paper work is ready to go as well as postal money orders!
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10-28-19 Application submitted
11-6-19 Interview
12-10-19 Call Received
1-11-20 Range date

Anyone have an idea how long the “serial number verification and mailing of permit” is?

Now just waiting for permit to arrive via mail. Overall, I have to say the process is extremely quick for as many applicants they have to work with. Great group of Deputies/Detectives from the SBSD working this operation.
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10-28-19 Application submitted
11-6-19 Interview
12-10-19 Call Received
1-11-20 Range date

Anyone have an idea how long the “serial number verification and mailing of permit” is?

Now just waiting for permit to arrive via mail. Overall, I have to say the process is extremely quick for as many applicants they have to work with. Great group of Deputies/Detectives from the SBSD working this operation.
Unless it's changed, for your initial permit, they call you and tell you when you can come in to pick up your permit.
^Tpyically within 10 days of your range date.

They then have you confirm everything printed on the permit is correct.
^Double check the address and your handgun(s) info.

When you renew, they mail the permit to you.
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Old 01-13-2020, 3:59 AM
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Unless it's changed, for your initial permit, they call you and tell you when you can come in to pick up your permit.
^Tpyically within 10 days of your range date.

They then have you confirm everything printed on the permit is correct.
^Double check the address and your handgun(s) info.

When you renew, they mail the permit to you.
Might have changed just a bit. In the class, they had us fill out an envelope addressed to ourselves so they can mail it out. I recall they specifically stated to make sure it’s correct or else we will never see our permit. Hopefully that 10 day rule applies.

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Yes, self addressed stamped envelope.
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09/12/19 Application submitted
10/30/19 Interview
12/04/19 Missed call from SBCSD
01/13/20 Received second call, background check passed, range day scheduled.

For anyone currently waiting for “the call”, make sure you answer it when it comes. If not, you’re in for a good month or so wait for them to get back to you.
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Unless it's changed, for your initial permit, they call you and tell you when you can come in to pick up your permit.
^Tpyically within 10 days of your range date.

They then have you confirm everything printed on the permit is correct.
^Double check the address and your handgun(s) info.

When you renew, they mail the permit to you.
But on the range day,they gave us the envelop then have us write down our address on it said they will mail to us.They didn't say will call us to pick it by in person.
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Might have changed just a bit. In the class, they had us fill out an envelope addressed to ourselves so they can mail it out. I recall they specifically stated to make sure it’s correct or else we will never see our permit. Hopefully that 10 day rule applies.

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But on the range day,they gave us the envelop then have us write down our address on it said they will mail to us.They didn't say will call us to pick it by in person.
Appears it has changed.


When I was undergoing my initial application process, there was no self addressed envelope during the range day. They just said, you will receive a call to schedule when to pick up the permit in person.
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Just fyi, on the day you show up for your range day, please be sure the U.S. Postal money order is already made out to SBSD. A lot of candidates did not do this and it caused a bottle neck at the check in table.
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Just fyi, on the day you show up for your range day, please be sure the U.S. Postal money order is already made out to SBSD. A lot of candidates did not do this and it caused a bottle neck at the check in table.
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