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Old 03-18-2016, 7:56 AM
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You shouldn't have any issue. As long as you live in kern county, that should be fine. My good cause was due to traveling to remote areas around the county and also out of the county. You won't have to specify about storage in a safe.

Just remember though, they may want to speak with your supervisor if you are using a work related reason . They verified with my supervisor that he was aware I applied for a ccw
Cool, thank you. I already filled out the application and typed up a good GC. Just waiting to see what my address will be once I move. (Lol). Hopefully it works out. I kept it simple, (commute, 24/7 responder due to job, lack of cell service, away from LE, hiking and photographer who carries expensive stuff) so we will see. It's a short little 5 sentence paragraph so I'm not BEGGING for one. Haha. I also didn't put my specific title on there, just that I work mon-fri and that I'm also on call and that I can be required to respond at all hours)
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Hello everyone,

I have a couple of questions and I'll apologize in advance if these have been asked and answered before.

My wife and I will soon be applying for CCWs here in Kern. We both have various guns registered in our names. Can we put eachothers guns on our CCW permits? It would be nice to list all our guns and carry whichever we want regardless of whose name it is registered to.

Also, I had a CCW in Kern before and let it expire. Will this cause me any issues when I apply again? I realize I will need to take the full classes again which is no big deal because I want to take them with my wife anyway.

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You're allowed 10 guns on your CCW - hubby and I had each others on ours, so that shouldn't be an issue.

I wouldn't think letting you CCW lapse would be a problem, but have no experience or knowledge on that issue.
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Thanks so much for the response! Good to know we can share carry guns. I wouldn't think letting it lapse is a problem either. In fact, if they approved it once then why wouldn't they again as long as nothing has changed right?
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Thanks so much for the response! Good to know we can share carry guns. I wouldn't think letting it lapse is a problem either. In fact, if they approved it once then why wouldn't they again as long as nothing has changed right?
Rzani, Good to go on sharing the guns, CA is a common property state, I.E. whats hers is mine and what's mine is hers. Not so with your brothers gun. It is a felony to use someone else's gun to defend yourself.

If you had a CCW and let it lapse, as long as there were no issues (lost firearm..., felony charge) I heard it was a quick approval process. I guess they figure if you had one once and never got in trouble then you are good to go.

Contact KernCCW.com, friendly folks and they can help you with any questions with current info.

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Hey everyone, just wanted to give a quick update. On June 29th, I turned in my application and today, July 30th, I received my Approval letter. So far, not too bad of a turnaround in my opinion.
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I turned in my training certificate and fees and did the live-scan on July 14th. I still have not heard anything (over 19 weeks). Anyone else in this boat?
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Most recent time line I've heard of is:

June 16th: Application Turned In
July 15th: Approval Letter Received
July 25th: Training Cert Turned In, Fees Paid and Livescan Completed
......still waiting for call as of November 30.
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As a small business owner, at this time I live in LA County and work quite a bit in Kern county and have expensive equipment I transport with me as well as visiting vacant Real Estate.

I was in an area of Kern County and a LEO had indicated that regularly doing business in Kern may just be enough to apply in Kern, anyone have any experience with a situation like this one?

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The application states you have to show 2 proofs of residency in Kern Co. Even though Kern is very good with honoring 2A rights concerning CCW's, I'm not sure they will issue a non-resident a permit. The problem is that CA DOJ says you have to meet "residence requirements". Not sure if that means residency in CA or residence in the county of the issuing agency. But it certainly wouldn't hurt to give them a call or send an email concerning your situation. You never know...
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The application states you have to show 2 proofs of residency in Kern Co. Even though Kern is very good with honoring 2A rights concerning CCW's, I'm not sure they will issue a non-resident a permit. The problem is that CA DOJ says you have to meet "residence requirements". Not sure if that means residency in CA or residence in the county of the issuing agency. But it certainly wouldn't hurt to give them a call or send an email concerning your situation. You never know...
Thank you! I'll peruse through the thread and find app and contact info, and do just that.
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Here is a link to the application. Good luck!

http://www.kernsheriff.com/misc/Form...pplication.pdf
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Submitted my application on 12/8/2016 after putting it off for a long time. Was gonna apply back in June, but I always got hung up on the GCS. So a big thanks to the community here and to Craig for the help.


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Old 12-13-2016, 11:28 AM
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As a small business owner, at this time I live in LA County and work quite a bit in Kern county and have expensive equipment I transport with me as well as visiting vacant Real Estate.

I was in an area of Kern County and a LEO had indicated that regularly doing business in Kern may just be enough to apply in Kern, anyone have any experience with a situation like this one?

Great community here, thanks in advance!
They may choose to issue you a 90 day business license. Only valid in Kern County and must be renewed every 90 days.
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Someone w/a contact in the Kern CCW dept should pass along:
http://www.sacbee.com/news/local/cri...121987214.html

Sacramento, San Bernardino, Fresno, Placer, and Monterey county SOs have now all gone online w/their CCW apps: initial and renewals. For Sac, this means only 1 apt for new apps and NO apts for renewals! Saves both sides time, expenses and effort.
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What is the approximate wait time start to finish (Turning in application to permit in hand!) through KCSO? thanks in advance for the input!
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What is the approximate wait time start to finish (Turning in application to permit in hand!) through KCSO? thanks in advance for the input!
I saw a FB post the other day it was 8 months for that individual. I'm not sure if that time frame was more the individual or the "other side" of it. I keep reading at least 6 months though.
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What is the approximate wait time start to finish (Turning in application to permit in hand!) through KCSO? thanks in advance for the input!
I had a buddy do it recently and it took 6 months from submission of application to the permit being ready for pick-up. He started the process in January so it wasn't too long ago.
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Update from post #248 above:

Most recent time line I've heard of is:

June 16th: Application Turned In
July 15th: Approval Letter Received
July 25th: Training Cert Turned In, Fees Paid and Livescan Completed
Dec 27th: Call from local substation stating permit is ready to be picked up.

So, for this individual, the time from application submission to receiving an approval letter was almost exactly one month......the time from completing the Live Scan to the permit being issued and ready for pick up was almost exactly five months. So, that's about six months worth of processing time.....actual time start to finish will depend on how long it takes the applicant to complete their CCW training course and then go in to get their live scan done....but it looks like the most recently issued permits are running between five and six months at the very minimum.
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Update from post #248 above:

Most recent time line I've heard of is:

June 16th: Application Turned In
July 15th: Approval Letter Received
July 25th: Training Cert Turned In, Fees Paid and Livescan Completed
Dec 27th: Call from local substation stating permit is ready to be picked up.

So, for this individual, the time from application submission to receiving an approval letter was almost exactly one month......the time from completing the Live Scan to the permit being issued and ready for pick up was almost exactly five months. So, that's about six months worth of processing time.....actual time start to finish will depend on how long it takes the applicant to complete their CCW training course and then go in to get their live scan done....but it looks like the most recently issued permits are running between five and six months at the very minimum.
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****, I turned in my Livescan and certs on August 15th. I can almost taste it from here.
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Lets say someone works in LA county and lives in LA county mon-fri, lives in Kern county Sat-Sun. That someone has everything proof-wise in Kern county. Could Kern county issue a CCW to that person?
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Here's the application. Do you meet these requirements?

http://www.kernsheriff.com/misc/Form...pplication.pdf
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Update!

12/8/16: Application turned in.
1/14/17: Received approval letter!

Was gonna call the office, but they are closed today. But does anyone know if I have to bring my firearms to the station to verify serial numbers? Because on the approval letter, they require 6 items to bring in when I do the live scan and there is no mention on the letter if I am required to bring my firearms in. Is it different now?
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12/8/16: Application turned in.
1/14/17: Received approval letter!

Was gonna call the office, but they are closed today. But does anyone know if I have to bring my firearms to the station to verify serial numbers? Because on the approval letter, they require 6 items to bring in when I do the live scan and there is no mention on the letter if I am required to bring my firearms in. Is it different now?
They no longer require you to bring your firearms in for verification. I believe if you want to add firearms to your CCW later, you only need to bring make, model, & serial number information. You might want to call before you go in, just in case it changed. What I described is as of July last year.

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Just an update because this forum was so helpful to me.

It took me about six months from start of my application until I received my permit, but at least a month of that was due to delays on my part. Realistically I'd think you could expect to get a permit in 4.5-5 months.

It was 2 months almost exactly from fingerprinting to receiving my permit. Livescan done in December, and permit was received in February.
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Just an update because this forum was so helpful to me.

It took me about six months from start of my application until I received my permit, but at least a month of that was due to delays on my part. Realistically I'd think you could expect to get a permit in 4.5-5 months.

It was 2 months almost exactly from fingerprinting to receiving my permit. Livescan done in December, and permit was received in February.
This sounds like things have sped up a bit. I know of people who went in and got their livescan done last July and didn't get the call to pick up their permit until December....almost exactly five months.

Wait times for approval letters still seem to be running approximately one month, I know two people who just got theirs about a weeks ago.
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Update with a recent timeline.

12/8/16: Application turned in.
1/14/17: Received approval letter.
1/20/17: Class with Powers Firearms Training Corp.
1/23/17: Live Scan and Arizona application mailed.
2/10/17: Arizona permit received.
3/7/17: California permit received.

If you are interested in the Arizona permit, Powers Firearms Training provides the whole application, including the two fingerprint cards. However, I did not know this and I got my application mailed directly from AZ DPS. For fingerprints, I did mine at the downtown BPD station, it was $11 for both cards. The only catch is that they only do fingerprinting on Tuesday and Thursdays. Hope this helps someone.

Was not expecting a call so soon, because they said 4-5 months when I did my Live Scan. Maybe the new building dedicated to licensing has sped things up.
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Hello everyone, thanks for keeping this thread updated. Permit times are definitely going fast. My wife and I received ours today. Right around 2 months start to finish. I was definitely surprised when I got the call.

2-3-17 initial app
3-14-17 received approval
3-23-17 live scan completed
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Hello everyone, thanks for keeping this thread updated. Permit times are definitely going fast. My wife and I received ours today. Right around 2 months start to finish. I was definitely surprised when I got the call.

2-3-17 initial app
3-14-17 received approval
3-23-17 live scan completed
4-4-17 picked up permit
Indeed, I was just talking with a coworker this morning, she said that when she went in to do her livescan, they told her that things were going much faster, but to expect it to take about two months......ten days later, they called her to come pick up her permit for the local substation, (so that includes mailing time from Bakersfield)......TEN DAYS!!!
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2.5 months from app submission to the "come pick your permit up." Call.

My ccw class instructor said that holdovers from Obama DOJ was the problem with wait times.

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Friend of mine recently got his.

Turned in app late Feb.
Approval letter March 17
Livescan March 29
Picked up permit April 4

It was about 5 weeks total!!!
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This is an awesome thread guys great info! Just waiting on a gun I can carry to follow through with getting mine, I miss carrying in my old free state
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Turned in app on 23 Feb, received approval about three weeks later. I had to delay turning in my certificate because I was out of town the week after my class. I dropped off certificate and payment on 12 April, received the call to pick up my permit on 25 April. Pretty good, if you ask me. I'm an out of state resident, currently living in Kern. I expected​ that to hurt things, but it did not.

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As a small business owner, at this time I live in LA County and work quite a bit in Kern county and have expensive equipment I transport with me as well as visiting vacant Real Estate.

I was in an area of Kern County and a LEO had indicated that regularly doing business in Kern may just be enough to apply in Kern, anyone have any experience with a situation like this one?

Great community here, thanks in advance!

I have the same question. Did you ever get an answer?
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So glad I discovered this group. Will advise as my journey progresses.

My justification reads as follows, "As a service connected disabled veteran I have bad feet and knees and am unable to flee an assailant. I have had multiple lower back surgeries and am unable to confront an assailant. I need to be able to defend my wife and myself in the event of being confronted by an assailant.

All of the above is true and applies directly to me and I am able to prove my disabilities, if questioned. I spoke to several people who have gone thru this process before and was told in Kern County, less is more. Fingers crossed.

For my own records keeping, I dropped the application on 5 May 2017. When turning in my paperwork, the clerk noticed I include the wrong page of my electric bill (didn't have the service location on it. She suggested that I go to the Kern County Tax Assessor's office and simply get a reprint of my current Property Tax Statement. A short drive, a brief wait, I had the right document and successfully turned everything in.

I was quite please that the clerk was so helpful, given my drive home was at least 80 miles and didn't' want to make that quick turnaround for a piece of paper.

I was told to expect a 12 - 16 week wait for my approval/disapproval letter. I was also told to come back with a copy of my DD-214, and Birth Certificate or Passport.

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So glad I discovered this group. Will advise as my journey progresses.

My justification reads as follows, "As a service connected disabled veteran I have bad feet and knees and am unable to flee an assailant. I have had multiple lower back surgeries and am unable to confront an assailant. I need to be able to defend my wife and myself in the event of being confronted by an assailant.

All of the above is true and applies directly to me and I am able to prove my disabilities, if questioned. I spoke to several people who have gone thru this process before and was told in Kern County, less is more. Fingers crossed.
I would agree with less is more. I think my good cause statement was about three sentences. Just stay short, sweet, and to the point.

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Just wanted to share my timeline.

4/17 - app turned in
5/15 - date on approval letter (rec'd on 5/17)
5/31 - date of livescan and other docs turned in,including payment
6/13 - phone call to pick up permit
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My timeline was
4-13-17 :App submitted
5-17-17 :Approval letter
5-30-17 :Live scan
6-2-17 :Phone call, Permit ready
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