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Old 04-22-2011, 12:48 PM
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To all you frustrated San Joaquin County gun owners.

One positive way to help this process along is to donate to the CGF CCW initiative. Only eight contributors including myself for San Joaquin County. However, I see many times that amount of disgusted gun owning citizens of this county frustrated by trying to exercise their constitutional rights. My self included.

For those that can afford it I suggest you donate as well.

Just my two cents. Well actually 100 dollars.

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Well, I've already put my money where my mouth is. My frustration isn't with Brandon, and all of the others (i.e. CGF) working behind the scenes to make this reform a reality. My frustration is with the sheriff that talks out of both sides of his ___. On one cheek he claims to be a supporter of 2A rights by being a member of the NRA. The other cheek is busy stamping "DENIED" on nearly every application submitted. Anyone can send money to the NRA and be a dues paying member. That doesn't mean that you take those ideals to heart and honor what the 2A really stands for. I still have my application sitting on my desk at home, waiting for someone to say "It's time!!! Go apply!!" Until then, I'll sit and wait.
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I recieved my letter of denial today. I will wait for new info before reapplying.
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To all you frustrated San Joaquin County gun owners.

One positive way to help this process along is to donate to the CGF CCW initiative. Only eight contributors including myself for San Joaquin County. However, I see many times that amount of disgusted gun owning citizens of this county frustrated by trying to exercise their constitutional rights. My self included.

For those that can afford it I suggest you donate as well.

Just my two cents. Well actually 100 dollars.

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Good point. I have been meaning to donate for a while. Thanks for the reminder. Got it done.
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Just received a call from the Sheriff dept. My CCW was accepted but with lots of restrictions.
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Just received a call from the Sheriff dept. My CCW was accepted but with lots of restrictions.
That kinda sucks. I was afraid that was going to happen to me. At this point I would rather have a denial than be bound by excessive restrictions.

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For those that were given the golden ticket w/ restrictions, will ccw reform have any effect on lifting their restrictions or are they screwed?
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I understand that in the City of Ripon, I can apply through my Chief of Police.. anyone here have any experience with that...Law abiding citizen here ready to give it a whirl.
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Calguns I would like your opinion. Do I spend 200 plus dollars to take my CCW class to have a restricted CCW license? Or do I just wait. How long do I have to take the class once the application is accepted?

I'm not really impressed with the results. With the restriction I feel like I would be much more exposed and hard to prove that I can "technically" carry to the officer. Resulting in arrest and loosing my primary job.

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Calguns I would like your opinion. Do I spend 200 plus dollars to take my CCW class to have a restricted CCW license? Or do I just wait. How long do I have to take the class once the application is accepted?

I'm not really impressed with the results. With the restriction I feel like I would be much more exposed and hard to prove that I can "technically" carry to the officer. Resulting in arrest and loosing my primary job.

Could I have some help from Calguns. I have sent a couple of PM's and also posted here with out a reply.
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I'm still waiting to hear what recourse I have, being that my response came back post marked well past the allowed 90 days... frustrating...
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I understand that in the City of Ripon, I can apply through my Chief of Police.. anyone here have any experience with that...Law abiding citizen here ready to give it a whirl.
You may apply in the City of Ripon and data suggests the Chief does take a process applications. If you do, please let us know the outcome.

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Calguns I would like your opinion. Do I spend 200 plus dollars to take my CCW class to have a restricted CCW license? Or do I just wait. How long do I have to take the class once the application is accepted?

I'm not really impressed with the results. With the restriction I feel like I would be much more exposed and hard to prove that I can "technically" carry to the officer. Resulting in arrest and loosing my primary job.

Could I have some help from Calguns. I have sent a couple of PM's and also posted here with out a reply.
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I would suggest waiting until you receive a letter of determination before taking the class. The Sheriff is entitled under statute to impose certain "reasonable" time, place, and manner restrictions at his discretion. We are evaluating certain elements of this but cannot comment further at this time.
Okay, I have volunteered with the effort in the past, but a new job and family move to the new house in Tracy (from Santa Clara) took me out for a while. I am offering up to volunteer again and adding donation to CGF but I have a couple of questions which can either be answered here or offline:

If you apply and get significant restrictions, is there recourse or are you worse off than if you'd waited for improvement in policies and procedures before applying? Reverse-Halo effect: once denied or restricted on record, future issuing authorities will be prejudiced by that though they have no knowledge of the actual event or reasoning—it's human nature to be suspicious of strangers.

If you are denied—are you stymied without recourse and should have waited? (See Reverse-Halo Effect above).
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Calguns I would like your opinion. Do I spend 200 plus dollars to take my CCW class to have a restricted CCW license? Or do I just wait. How long do I have to take the class once the application is accepted?
If you were in Sac County, I'd say take your training course whenever you want. Being that you're in San Joaquin County, I would highly recommend that you wait until you're approved (and willing to accept the permit and whatever restrictions come with it) before spending the money on the 16 hour initial CCW course.

The other couple of people who have been approved in San Joaquin County recently, took their courses a week or so after receiving their approval phone calls from the Sheriff's Department. I don't know how long you have to get the course completed after receiving your approval but, I'll try to find out.
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Not that it matters yet, but does anyone know if PC832 an approved alternative to the 16hr CCW Training Course in SJ county?
San Joaquin County will accept this but, many other counties will not. You have to have completed the entire 832 course including the powers of arrest portion as well as the firearms portion.
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San Joaquin County will accept this but, many other counties will not. You have to have completed the entire 832 course including the powers of arrest portion as well as the firearms portion.
Thanks, that's exactly what I was hoping for. I took both modules of PC832 a little over a year ago (Arson Investigation), now all I need is a CCW Permit...
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so i live in san joaquin county and i want to get my ccw is only personal protection good enough for my good cause statement?
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Thanks Brandon. Hopefully we are close to being able to apply, with some level of confidence of actually getting an unrestricted permit without any dancing through rings of fire, etc.?
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Not to jump the gun, but will those of us that have already been denied just have to reapply?
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Brandon, since I was accepted but with restrictions what should I do? I have not taken or signed up for my ccw class as of yet because I'm not sure if I want to do all this just so I can carry to and from work.

Do I have a chance at all of getting my application "re-evaluated" once you guys are done with your reform? If I just wait on taking my ccw class what will happen? Do I have to pay all the fees again to submit a new application? Any help would be much appreciated.
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Brandon, since I was accepted but with restrictions what should I do? I have not taken or signed up for my ccw class as of yet because I'm not sure if I want to do all this just so I can carry to and from work.

Do I have a chance at all of getting my application "re-evaluated" once you guys are done with your reform? If I just wait on taking my ccw class what will happen? Do I have to pay all the fees again to submit a new application? Any help would be much appreciated.
If the finances are not an issue, then I'd suggest going ahead with the process. Having one is a significant improvement over not...
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When i read that SJSO is issuing permits "with restrictions", it makes me wonder what these restrictions may be. Can anyone say what these restrictions are or might be? If the restrictions include anything like not being able to carry within 1000 ft of a school, I'll violate that restriction just by walking out my front door.
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Mainly business purpose restrictions, e.g. "to and from the business banking institution".

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Ill sit on my heels waiting for any more news and or direction.... Since mine was denied I suppose I have the time.
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If you have heightened good cause (e.g. business), then you can apply and expect a restricted CCW.
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Brandon,
I had part of my GC as business related and, not even a restricted license, so that doesn't even make any sense.
so what now ??? Any ideas ? sitting here waiting .......
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A "business related" GC isn't a guarantee, it just means you run the risk of approval w/ restrictions. So far it seems the only approvals have been for business related GC, yet all have restrictions.

I say we just flood the SO with applications. Get denied? Apply again. F this guy. Tie up every waking minute with interviews. Im so sick of his attitude. As we speak, businesses in stockton are closing their doors due to police not responding to calls for help. Moore (and stockton pd) can't protect his citizens. FAIL. He won't allow them to protect themselves. FAIL. This guy is an all around failure.

Sheriff Moore, you are a tyrant.
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