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This is amazingly awesome news!
They seem to have sped up the process a lot. It will be better news if I get approved!
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February 7th 2018- I received my letter from VCSO. I have been approved to move forward with the CCW Permit process. (The approval letter was dated on February 2nd)

So I have been looking into different courses, has anyone had any experience with these courses?


https://ccwtrainers.com/

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http://triggerburst.com/ccw-training-firearm-simulator/


I am slightly weight towards trigger burst though. Thoughts?
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Had a great time at Trigger Burst. You wonít be disappointed.
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I went through Trigger Burst. I am extremely satisfied.
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Island View offers a good course. Cost is about $300.

CSACANNONEER is also a certified instructor. I went through him for my renewal and several folks I work with went through him for their initial. I'll let him list his prices.
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Island View offers a good course. Cost is about $300.

CSACANNONEER is also a certified instructor. I went through him for my renewal and several folks I work with went through him for their initial. I'll let him list his prices.
Thanks for the other suggestion! Didn't even think about island view.
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Island View offers a good course. Cost is about $300.

CSACANNONEER is also a certified instructor. I went through him for my renewal and several folks I work with went through him for their initial. I'll let him list his prices.
I charge $200 for the initial class with no up charges for qualifying with more than one gun during class or extra range fees.
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For those unaware, there is now a Ventura County CCW fb group. Feel free to look it up.
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Thanks for mentioning this, I joined
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For those unaware, there is now a Ventura County CCW fb group. Feel free to look it up.
Sounds like it could be a cool idea, but then everyone now knows you are carrying! I personally only have a few people who know I carry.
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Could not find it.
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Ventura County CCW

Is the name of the group.
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Doesn't pop up.

I get 805ccw, and Ventura County Gun Owners.
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Doesn't pop up.

I get 805ccw, and Ventura County Gun Owners.


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Weird, you should be able to see it. Itís a closed group but not hidden.

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Let's see what everyones EDC is. This is typically what I run on a daily basis. I am missing my knife though, which is being replaced today.
-Glock 19 w/10 rnd +1 in the chamber
-Defense Pen
-Lumintop Mini Led Light (110 lumens)
-F250 Superduty Keys
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Let's see what everyones EDC is. This is typically what I run on a daily basis. I am missing my knife though, which is being replaced today.

-Glock 19 w/10 rnd +1 in the chamber

-Defense Pen

-Lumintop Mini Led Light (110 lumens)

-F250 Superduty Keys

-RFID Wallet

-Smith & Weston Knife (not pictured)







How do you like your Aliengear ShapeShift?
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How do you like your Aliengear ShapeShift?
It's not bad for a first holster. I also have it for my Glock 26 as well. But just purchased the "Centuar" Light bearing IWB Holster/Mag Combo from Alpha-Concealment the other day. I think that will be my new go to holster from now on.


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-easy to wear
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-quick and easy to switch out to a new layout
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This is amazingly awesome news!
Update...here was my timeline from start to finish.

Initial application drop off- December 16th 2017
Interview-January 29th 2018
Received letter of approval- February 7th 2018
Training/Certificate -February 17th 2018
CCW Card in hand- April 5th 2018
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Moving to Ventura County in couple of weeks.
How long does one have to be a resident in order to apply?
What proof of residence is required?
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Moving to Ventura County in couple of weeks.

How long does one have to be a resident in order to apply?

What proof of residence is required?


Congrats! Not quite sure. Drivers license ? I donít remember bringing in anything else.


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Moving to Ventura County in couple of weeks.

How long does one have to be a resident in order to apply?

What proof of residence is required?


If the property you are living at isnít in your name they will ask for a signed lease or utility bills with your name and address. They may ask for 3 months worth or bills which may indicate a 90 day residency time span.

A simple email to them will yield the answer. Their CCW email can be found on their page under the CCW section.
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Sounds like it could be a cool idea, but then everyone now knows you are carrying! I personally only have a few people who know I carry.
It's a private group so not everyone can see who's in it (as evidenced by posters below your posy who couldn't even find it). That aside though, I don't really care who knows I have a CCW, Technically its info available to the pubic if anyone really wants to find out.

I've never understood the whole keeping the license a secret thing. I don't advertise it to random strangers but nearly everyone that I know (in real life and some on-line, like that fb group) knows I have a CCW and that I carry. I certainly don't advertise that I am carrying when I am, but keeping the license itself as some sort of secret seems a bit silly to me. I'm not the kind of person who whips my license out randomly or anything either, in fact its never left my wallett except when changing walletts.

I just don't see it as a huge deal, but thats me.
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It's a private group so not everyone can see who's in it (as evidenced by posters below your posy who couldn't even find it). That aside though, I don't really care who knows I have a CCW, Technically its info available to the pubic if anyone really wants to find out.



I've never understood the whole keeping the license a secret thing. I don't advertise it to random strangers but nearly everyone that I know (in real life and some on-line, like that fb group) knows I have a CCW and that I carry. I certainly don't advertise that I am carrying when I am, but keeping the license itself as some sort of secret seems a bit silly to me. I'm not the kind of person who whips my license out randomly or anything either, in fact its never left my wallett except when changing walletts.



I just don't see it as a huge deal, but thats me.


Yea but again...itís Facebook, nothing is every really private. The only ones who know I carry are my family members and a few select friends.

The way I see it is, if someone knows that you carry....you will be the first target since you may be the biggest threat.


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Much better than OC and no stupid contract or other idiotic things.
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Ventura accepts "Self Defense" as good cause. If you can pass a background check and the good morals clause, you'll get a CCW.

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The way I see it is, if someone knows that you carry....you will be the first target since you may be the biggest threat.
Yes, because the perp holding up the convenience store or Target or wherever is going to have gone through that closed group, found and memorized my face and KNOW that I am carrying.....
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Ventura accepts "Self Defense" as good cause. If you can pass a background check and the good morals clause, you'll get a CCW.



Yes, because the perp holding up the convenience store or Target or wherever is going to have gone through that closed group, found and memorized my face and KNOW that I am carrying.....


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I've never understood the whole keeping the license a secret thing. I don't advertise it to random strangers but nearly everyone that I know (in real life and some on-line, like that fb group) knows I have a CCW and that I carry. I certainly don't advertise that I am carrying when I am, but keeping the license itself as some sort of secret seems a bit silly to me. I'm not the kind of person who whips my license out randomly or anything either, in fact its never left my wallett except when changing walletts.

I just don't see it as a huge deal, but thats me.
I felt that secretive maybe the first year or two, I think it is newbie jitters. Reminds me of a funny story when I was working in a gun store. Young guy came in (mid 20's) with his GF and wanted to buy a new handgun. I said cool and asked for his DL, FSC, and Proof of Residency. I can't remember exactly what he did, IIRC he whispered that he just got a CCW. I responded in my normal voice, louder than he liked, "Ya if you have a CCW you are exempt from the FSC and it is your Proof". He threw me an angry look and asked that I not announce to the entire (gun) store that he had a CCW. I said something like, uhhh ok fine, but we are in a gun store so everyone hear probably owns and some are probably carrying and I really think no one cares. He wasn't happy with me.
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EDC Holster update.

The gray holster on the left is made by Alpha Concealment and is called the Centaur which fits my G26 with a TLR6.

The black/red holsters on the right is made by Tier1 Concealed and is called the Agis. This fits my G19 with a TRL1 HL. It’s also set up so I can add a RMR and a threaded barrel once I purchase them.


Right off the bat I really liked theses two holsters. But quickly started to stray towards one more then the other. I think you guys will be able to tell from the second image which holster I enjoy more.


I think one of the main reasons that Tier1 is better for me is that I don’t need to move my belt orientation to the side to allow the clips to fit. Granted this may just be the nature of the beast since it’s for a G26 and not a full frame. I assume with a full frame the belt clips will be pushed out a bit more. But with the Alpha Concealment I have to re orientate my belts. Yes, I said belts...I’ve tried it with only 2 so far and both belts need to be pushed to the side. Not the worst problem in the world but I do enjoy keeping my belt centered.

I think I fell in love with Tier1 Concealed so much that I just ordered 2 more holsters from them. One for my P229 and another holster for my G26. The reason I like this holster so much is that is very flexible but not too flexible that your gun is flopping all around when you take the holster off your pants.

THE CLAW. One of the best parts of this holster. It’s a 90 degree claw compared to others that are 45 degrees. This significantly helped push the gun into my gut and now I don’t print that much.

Definitely going to give the Alpha Concealment holster more time to sink in. Maybe I’ll start to enjoy it. Who knows!

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Does anybody know how long it generally takes to get a response for scheduling the final appointment? I got my approval letter last week, qualified last week, and emailed them early this week to schedule the final appointment. Trying to get a time frame idea.
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Hey everyone. Recently got stationed in Ventura after being stationed overseas for 8 years. After finding this thread, Iím excited by how seemingly easy it is to get CCW in Ventura county.

I do have one question that I donít think is covered. Is active duty military still required to take the training course or is it waiverable? Thanks in advance for any help, and thanks for whoever started this thread!


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I do have one question that I donít think is covered. Is active duty military still required to take the training course or is it waiverable? Thanks in advance for any help, and thanks for whoever started this thread!


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