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Old April 12th, 2016, 06:40 PM   #31
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Glad I voted for Sheriff (soon congressman?) Scott Jones.
Concealed Weapons Permits on the rise in Sacramento County | ABC10.com
I've procrastinated enough and then, life got in the way too. But, I hope to get in a CCW class by summer.



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Old May 11th, 2016, 07:59 AM   #32
 
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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.
I may be moving to Eldorado county, South Lake Tahoe area. What are my chances in getting a permit there?

There are quite a few gun stores near my mother, who retired in that same county.
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I may be moving to Eldorado county, South Lake Tahoe area. What are my chances in getting a permit there?

There are quite a few gun stores near my mother, who retired in that same county.
Here's a pretty good county guide for CCW in California



Eldorado County looks good.
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You do so for the reason intended self protection period!!! California gun laws just plain such aka anti-gun libtards get rid of your dumpocraprats!!!

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I stated that I traveled all over San Bernardino and Riverside Counties, much of the time well away from any close LE, so I need a CCW for self defense til LE can respond.
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I'm in Stanislaus County in CA.
Wife and I just got our CCW.
For good cause we stated "self-defense".
On another note. So many people applying that the wait through the County is about 1 1/2 years. We applied through Modesto PD and it took 3 months.

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That is what may issue does to states. It sets up little fiefdoms where the authorities judge you. If you are related or a financial supporter then you are in, if you are one of the unwashed masses then forget it. Doesn't matter if you are law abiding, totally contrary to the Second Amendment.
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I am in San Bernardino county and from my discussions with Deputies and a Judge they say I should be able get a CCW in this county. But that is not where I would most likely need it much less likely have to use it. To be frank I don't trust many of the D.A.s much less some of the rookies on many of these small department to even "KNOW THE LAW". You have to remember an affirmative defense does not make up for the time, expense, hassle, some of these "progressive" departments and/or agencies can put you through especially here in California no matter how good the shoot you were involved in. How deep are your pockets against someone out to make a name for themselves with the power of the "state" behind them? The media in California only sees one side and if they find out you have a "conservative" "gun supporting" "Republican" or even "pro- hunting" watch out as here comes the character assassins!
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The wife and I stated that we collect antique pocket watches and coins and that cash and gold can make you a target, but we are in a county where the Sheriff wants us armed.
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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 was the standard line suggested by the GOAL folks for a MA permit when I lived there.

The town I lived in had a very pro 2nd police chief when I applied. In fact, he only issued class A permits (for concealed carry of large capacity handguns) as opposed to B or C at the time.

The following is second hand knowledge as I did not personally experience it. I just found it interesting and thought maybe some others would as well.
The previous chief was very un-2nd so he denied everyone. Several of my friends (who all told the same story, which is why I take it as fact) challenged the chief in court. The judge asked one question each time..."Is there any reason why this person is not allowed to own/carry a gun?" Since they were all law abiding folks, the chief answered honesty with a "No". The judge then simply said, "issue the permit". MA was (and I believe still is) a "may issue" state.
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