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Old December 15th, 2015, 03:49 PM   #16
 
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Howdy Alayonruger, I absolutely love your signature and copied it for later use if that's OK with you? It sure sums things up in a nutshell doesn't it? Smithy.



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Old December 15th, 2015, 06:10 PM   #17
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Sacramento County is shall issue, so the GC requirement is much easier.
I think you should sign on to CalGuns.net and CalCCW.com where you will get specific answers and comments for your county. ...
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Howdy Alayonruger, I absolutely love your signature and copied it for later use if that's OK with you? It sure sums things up in a nutshell doesn't it? Smithy.
Sure. I just copied it myself from someone else.

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Sacramento County is shall issue, so the GC requirement is much easier.
I think you should sign on to CalGuns.net and CalCCW.com where you will get specific answers and comments for your county. ...
I am a member of both but for some reason, I feel more comfortable asking the fine folks here
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Back in 1987 when I got my CCW " protection " permit, as it was called at the time,, our sheriff was an a$$hat. All he wanted to issue was "target shooting" permits,, which meant, you had to be going either to or from the range to carry. The whole thing was a total crock on manure, considering we were shall issue anyway, and also have open carry..
Once I had to pick up the payroll for the company i worked for, and deliver the checks to the other employee's.
So I stated that I was ask to pick up, transfer, and deliver the payroll / large sums of money for my employer. No lie there,,, but he did give me a Protection, aka/ conceal carry permit. It was a fight to re new every 4th year after that for about 20 years, until he was FINALLY voted out of office. I would go to re new,, and he would try and give me a " target" permit every time. The battle would then start. I told them, " I didnt come in her to get a target permit, I came in here to RE-NEW my existing protection permit,,, now either re new it,, or I go call a lawyer." They would very grudgingley re new it.
Thank God our new Sheriff is a huge 2 A advocate.
When My wife went in 2 years ago, he congratulated her, ask a few questions about whether she was getting some training. ( He provides free classes) . She said her husband was a Vet, and already had been training her. He replied that was great to hear.
When I took my 70 + year old Dad in last year,, the Sheriff congratulated him,, and with a huge smile, says, " dont you think it was about time you got your CCW Sir?'. ALso, just to give an idea how our new Sheriff thinks,,, he had the 2nd amendment put right on the back of our new cards.

Do some research 1st, Figure out the " loophole" Aylon, its your right. Do what it takes to get it. Good Luck.

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Do some research 1st, Figure out the " loophole" Aylon, its your right. Do what it takes to get it. Good Luck.
Thank you. I've been reading a lot on the subject and hope to get more info from the CCW class.
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My original app for Monterey County in 2013 was self defense period. My renewal was Nov 15th this year and my B.I. asked my good cause and before i could say it he said self defense.
Picked up my renewal last week.
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My original app for Monterey County in 2013 was self defense period. My renewal was Nov 15th this year and my B.I. asked my good cause and before i could say it he said self defense.
Picked up my renewal last week.
That's very reassuring. Thanks.
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I live in one of the more rural counties of the "Peoples Republic". My reason was two part. 1. State law precludes outside carry except when hunting or on my own property. This includes hikes and fishing trips into bear and Puma country. 2. I'm 69 years old and can no longer go hand to hand with 25 year old thugs. I don't remember the question coming up at my renewal this year. I'm just glad we have the Sheriff we do, here in Tehama County.

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There is an article in the CRPA California Rifle Pistol Assoc crpa.org news letter about Sherriff McMahon in San Bernardino county CA giving him the thumbs up for sheriffs. You have to be a citizen in good standing with no felonies and he will issue you a CCW. It will cost you a couple hundred and you have to take their training classes not someone else's.
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God I'm glad I now live in a Constitutional Carry state(ID) where we are free to carry as we choose with out asking anyone for permission! You can keep Komifornia ! Or better yet give it back to Mexico!
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Thanks, guys for your valuable inputs.
As far as I know, Sac county's sheriff is pro-2A although he was in the news recently for his department's use of a cellphone spying device or something like that.
Sonhe picks and chooses the parts of the COTUS he will follow
I wish most folks loved all of our rights including the 4th

I would put "all lawfull purposesl
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"Because Herb down the street has been acting pretty shady lately."

This would be a good question to ask the US Law Shield attorneys, but they always refer you to the local attorney for local questions. Which in CA it's unfortunately all about the local. And they aren't in the SMF area yet.
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When I filed for my Massachusetts LTC on the "reason" line I put down "For all lawful purposes" and left it at that.
That's what mine was way back when I lived in that benighted state
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New Year's Resolution: get a CCW permit
Inspired by this thread, http://rugerforum.net/tavern/138275-why-carry-gun.html I viewed the most recent County CCW appplication form.

While the form itself does not ask why I need a permit, one of the listed requirements is that good cause exists to justify conceal-carry.

My question now is what would be a "proper" answer when during the interview, I'm asked why I need a CCW permit. The thread I mentioned earlier has some witty comments but I don't think they're the kind of answers the interviewer would want to hear from me even if he/she agrees with them.
I depends on the county. San Bernardino, self defence is good enough, Orange Co self defence works. Im not sure about Riverside but think it relative easy. LA unless your related to the sheriff or contribute to his campaign fund forget it. In San Bernardino you have to take the class given by the sheriff's dept
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