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Old 05-23-2019, 12:24 PM
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Default SDCGO weird CCW Good Cause example

I was looking at examples of good cause statements on the website https://sandiegocountygunowners.com/ccw/

Down near the bottom is the following 2 examples...

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EXPERIENCE

FIREARM EXPERIENCE



Iíve been around firearms with friends and family for many years, and I became a firearm owner in 2016. I take firearm safety very seriously. Iím a member in good standing at my local range, where Iíve successfully completed many training classes for safe firearm handling and covering legal and liability aspects of responsible firearm ownership.












REQUESTING CCW PERMIT

FEARFUL INDIVIDUAL



Iíve been around firearms with friends and family for many years, and I became a firearm owner in 2016. I take firearm safety very seriously. Iím a member in good standing at my local range, where Iíve successfully completed many training classes for safe firearm handling and covering legal and liability aspects of responsible firearm ownership.


Are these really examples of good cause statements that passed the ccw process? They seem kind of weak...
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They accept a "weak" statement so someone can carry out their right and there's an issue? The only issue I see is that they had to gjve good cause at all.
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They accept a "weak" statement so someone can carry out their right and there's an issue? The only issue I see is that they had to gjve good cause at all.
That is not what I mean. There's no problem, I am just confused because I heard some people who said they went hiking a lot had to produce a bunch of backup to support their statements. It doesn't make sense.
So has the good cause requirement laxed that much that it is almost anything and do you still have to have a bunch of documentation?
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Sdcgo does Ccw workshops , maybe go to one and get all the answers you need!
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What others have provided is meaningless. You need to provide YOUR good cause, not some copy and paste off someone else's off the Interwebs. Jeeze.
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That is not what I mean. There's no problem, I am just confused because I heard some people who said they went hiking a lot had to produce a bunch of backup to support their statements. It doesn't make sense.
So has the good cause requirement laxed that much that it is almost anything and do you still have to have a bunch of documentation?
The CCW application isn't an application for a Facebook page. There are ramifications for every word you put on the CCW application. If you can't support an answer, don't put it down. Jeeze.
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I really don't think those are the full statements. They look like small pieces of a larger statement. Maybe there was a glitch in uploading and the rest got cut off.

I would ignore those two examples as they are pretty inconsistent with the other examples. Or call SDCGO and ask if there is more to it.

I can also tell you from my own experience that what I provided and what they wanted was far more than that. But there is a balance to this. A clear, concise and to the point application is to your benefit. They're reading through a ton of these things so they don't want to have to wade through a ton of pages while you're trying to make your case.
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