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Old 09-13-2019, 9:19 AM
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While getting the notarized authorization to release info form done, the notary crossed off San Bernardino and wrote Los Angeles in the section that needs to be filled out for the county of. Then it dawned on me, this notary is in LA county. Does that matter? In other words, does the notary have to be from SB county? I am pretty sure it doesn't, but want to be prudent.
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Old 09-13-2019, 9:58 AM
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While getting the notarized authorization to release info form done, the notary crossed off San Bernardino and wrote Los Angeles in the section that needs to be filled out for the county of. Then it dawned on me, this notary is in LA county. Does that matter? In other words, does the notary have to be from SB county? I am pretty sure it doesn't, but want to be prudent.
Notary's commissions are valid state wide. You're GTG.
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I had mine done in La Verne, which is in LA county. No problems with mine

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Just had my class today, Went well! Now the final wait.
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Just got my confirmation email today for my interview, I have a question for the tattooed calgunners on here with a CCW

I’m covered in tattoos what is visual is both arms, hands, neck, nothing gang related or racist, I’m expecting to be questioned on my body art, is this an accurate assumption?

Besides the concern about tattoos I have a clean record, 15yrs with the same employer, typical law abiding tax paying citizen.
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I haven’t had my interview yet, but will assume it’s fair game since one of the questions on the pre-background interview form asks about tattoos. I’ll let someone else who has body art and already had their interview speak to their experience.

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I am covered in tattoos also. I basically stripped naked and got photographed by the detectives front to back, top to bottom...

One tattoo contained an expletive that has since been covered.

They didn't care.

Even though I was covered the detectives said "we've seen a lot more tats on people than you"..

They are looking for good character, which I have based on my clean record. Body art is irrelevant unless it is gang related..

They of course know all the gang tats and stupid teardrops, etc..

The detectives also mentioned anything racist... which I assume means aryan brotherhood prison tats, etc...

So if you are a good boy you should be good to go...

You are getting investigated by the same department that screens potential new deputy recruits. If you are clean then you have good moral character.

The ccw class was full of all types of people.. fyi..




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Starlight, thank you for your response and you answered everything I needed to know! Glad it went well for you bud!
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Must be something new, I don't remember anything about tattoos, and I think I would have remembered the strip and photograph session. I would not have agreed to that without an offer of drinks and dinner after!
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My entire right calf is tattooed. I remember the initial app asking about tattoos, which I disclosed. When I went for my in-person interview I wore pants, and the officer brought it up and asked to see....lifted my pant leg, he said cool and was done.

I think your fine as long as what was mentioned, i.e. no gang/prison tatts, and a clean record.
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Old 09-20-2019, 5:37 AM
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They want to check your tattoos to see if they are gang/criminal related.

They don't care about other types of tattoos.



During my last renewal class, one of the persons (mid-20s, white male) there had neck and full sleeves tattoos. He said he was a tattoo artist.
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Basically your saying that you've been committing fraud to avoid smog laws. If you live in SB and apply in another county that you don't reside in that would also be fraud. Doesn't look to good.
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I believe I know the answer but just checking if anyone here has any input... I live in San Bernardino and have for the past 9 years, but I haven't changed my address at DMV because of smog checks. So I use my dad's address still in Imperial County, which is a no smog county. So I'm assuming I will have to apply for a CCW in Imperial County? I do have proof of residency in San Bernardino, but I'm thinking the sheriff won't like the fact that I haven't changed my address.... anyone have any experience with this?
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Basically your saying that you've been committing fraud to avoid smog laws. If you live in SB and apply in another county that you don't reside in that would also be fraud. Doesn't look to good.
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Old 09-20-2019, 4:13 PM
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How long is your Permit in San Bernardino County good for before you have to renew?

It’s the renewal process any faster?

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Old 09-20-2019, 4:14 PM
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How long is your Permit in San Bernardino County good for before you have to renew?



It’s the renewal process any faster?



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All permits in California are good for 2 years.

Yes the renewal process is faster.

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Old 09-21-2019, 6:31 AM
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I know everyone has a different preference for carrying, just adding my 2˘.
Being a short female with a few extra pounds finding my comfort level hasn't been easy. I love the ease and comfort of a belly band but it is hot in the summer.
Just got a N82 Tactical 'Hers' compact for my Glock 19. First day of use and it was perfect! Appendix carry in 90+ degree heat while working/doing chores and almost forgot it was there.
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Old 09-22-2019, 12:19 PM
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Range day question.

I actually took notes when I got the call and he said on the phone something to the affect of bringing 4 forms. I can see only 2, the firearms form and the liability release. I'm thinking he actually meant 4 items, the 2 forms and 2 money orders. And really it would be 5 items if you include the self addressed envelope. Am I missing anything, besides bringing lunch?
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I believe I know the answer but just checking if anyone here has any input... I live in San Bernardino and have for the past 9 years, but I haven't changed my address at DMV because of smog checks. So I use my dad's address still in Imperial County, which is a no smog county. So I'm assuming I will have to apply for a CCW in Imperial County? I do have proof of residency in San Bernardino, but I'm thinking the sheriff won't like the fact that I haven't changed my address.... anyone have any experience with this?
As an Auto Tech for 40 years and a Smog Tech since 1990, just fix the car and Smog it.

You're welcome to PM me for free advise if you have issues doing that, ie, emissions problems, missing equipment, etc.
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As an Auto Tech for 40 years and a Smog Tech since 1990, just fix the car and Smog it.

You're welcome to PM me for free advise if you have issues doing that, ie, emissions problems, missing equipment, etc.
I think it is a matter of not wanting to pay the fees not of the car not passing smog.
DMV fraud plan and simple.
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2 mo s
1 envelope
1 range waiver
1 range form

The range form is not collected, you will transfer the information to your range card supplied in class



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2 mo s
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1 range waiver
1 range form

The range form is not collected, you will transfer the information to your range card supplied in class
Perfect, Thanks!
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Anyone heading to the range qualification this weekend? Looks like it might rain
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Anyone heading to the range qualification this weekend? Looks like it might rain
A friend of mine is headed out this weekend.

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I'm going, not supposed to be anything major. My bullets can dodge the rain drops
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Have buddy going.
He told me he paid for Navy Seal Edition so it would fire in the rain.
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Range Day yesterday. Perfect weather, overcast and cool. We were done by 2:30 and the sun was just peeking out.

I saw someone qualify with what looked like a 6" 45 revolver I think he was in the first or second group which means that would be his only gun.
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I saw someone qualify with what looked like a 6" 45 revolver I think he was in the first or second group which means that would be his only gun.
Some people just want truck/bike guns Don. At my renewal there was a guy adding a 6" model 29 for that reason. Possible the person you saw was adding or changing a gun on their permit as well.

I have a full size 1911 on my permit, I bring it on my bike rides.
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Range Day yesterday. Perfect weather, overcast and cool. We were done by 2:30 and the sun was just peeking out.

I saw someone qualify with what looked like a 6" 45 revolver I think he was in the first or second group which means that would be his only gun.
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Some people just want truck/bike guns Don. At my renewal there was a guy adding a 6" model 29 for that reason. Possible the person you saw was adding or changing a gun on their permit as well.

I have a full size 1911 on my permit, I bring it on my bike rides.
ACfixer yours was a renewal/gun addition range day aren't those done separate from initial range days?
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ACfixer yours was a renewal/gun addition range day aren't those done separate from initial range days?
Honestly I think we were mixed in with first timers, but I can't say with 100% certainty. Pretty sure though because some people had multiple weapons.

I seem to remember a hand cannon or two at my original qual at AVGC too.
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I had a buddy doing his intial qualification on Saturday so there were first timers there.
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I put my 1911 on that I will carry in the Desert but it's the biggest one I have on there.

Unrelated, they said that with the 2 classes on Saturday it will pull them over 10k CCW's in San Bernardino County. Not a big percentage with a population of 2 million but it's growing pretty fast. There were about 100 in my class.
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Honestly I think we were mixed in with first timers, but I can't say with 100% certainty. Pretty sure though because some people had multiple weapons.

I seem to remember a hand cannon or two at my original qual at AVGC too.
When you add a gun you only need to do the range not the entire 8 hour day. I believe they are two desperate times.
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I had a buddy doing his intial qualification on Saturday so there were first timers there.
It should have been ONLY 'first timers'.
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Some people question me about putting my G21 on my permit, but I find it much more comforting while in black bear country (Buffalo Bore .255 gr. cast) than my G26. If I felt confident that I could actually hit the bear with my LCR .357, I would carry that.
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I have a question about carry gun upgrades. I have a buddy with a CCW in Orange county and he said they told him any carry firearm had to pretty much be stock OEM parts, with the exception of maybe sights. Not sure if San Bernardino is the same. I can see them not wanting lightened springs but a trigger shoe or extended mag catch has no bearing on the way it fires or trigger pull. Can anyone who has a CCW in San Bernardino shed some light on what if anything can or can't be upgraded? To me, if it improves the chances of saving a life, I don't see what the difference is but I'm not a lawmaker either..

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I have a question about carry gun upgrades. I have a buddy with a CCW in Orange county and he said they told him any carry firearm had to pretty much be stock OEM parts, with the exception of maybe sights. Not sure if San Bernardino is the same. I can see them not wanting lightened springs but a trigger shoe or extended mag catch has no bearing on the way it fires or trigger pull. Can anyone who has a CCW in San Bernardino shed some light on what if anything can or can't be upgraded? To me, if it improves the chances of saving a life, I don't see what the difference is but I'm not a lawmaker either..
It depends on the deputy giving the class. I've heard that some day no upgrades. Others have said something that makes you a better shot with your weapon would be ok.

One thing that is pretty much frowned upon is a target trigger. Anything at or under 3lbs would be denied.

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I know everyone has a different preference for carrying, just adding my 2˘.
Being a short female with a few extra pounds finding my comfort level hasn't been easy. I love the ease and comfort of a belly band but it is hot in the summer.
Just got a N82 Tactical 'Hers' compact for my Glock 19. First day of use and it was perfect! Appendix carry in 90+ degree heat while working/doing chores and almost forgot it was there.
Good info, I'll pass it on to my wife. Thanks

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I put my 1911 on that I will carry in the Desert but it's the biggest one I have on there.

Unrelated, they said that with the 2 classes on Saturday it will pull them over 10k CCW's in San Bernardino County. Not a big percentage with a population of 2 million but it's growing pretty fast. There were about 100 in my class.
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Some people question me about putting my G21 on my permit, but I find it much more comforting while in black bear country (Buffalo Bore .255 gr. cast) than my G26. If I felt confident that I could actually hit the bear with my LCR .357, I would carry that.
I have a Full sized SMITH 1006 10mm on my permit which a carry quite comfortably with a Crossbreed Quikclip at 3:45 15 degree cant.

Only issue I have it the slide is longer then the holster and is a bit cold when I first put it on. LOL I'm not too worried about Black Bear, but some of those Berdo hairless bears can run on the XXXXX large size.
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It depends on the deputy giving the class. I've heard that some day no upgrades. Others have said something that makes you a better shot with your weapon would be ok.

One thing that is pretty much frowned upon is a target trigger. Anything at or under 3lbs would be denied.

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