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Old 05-08-2019, 5:17 AM
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I received my AZ permit Application and it’s asking for 2 fingerprinted cards, any one know where I can go to have it done in Ventura County. I also have read somewhere on line that I can use a copy of my CA CCW as well. Looking for advice from those of you that went through this process and obtained a AZ carry permit.
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Just do a google search for "live scan" in your area. Many will copy your prints to the AZ card. If not call your local police/sheriff office, they will normally do the "wet roll". My local PD required an appointment and was $20 per card, if I remember correctly (it's been awhile). Your CA CCW will work for the training requirement.

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Just do a google search for "live scan" in your area. Many will copy your prints to the AZ card. If not call your local police/sheriff office, they will normally do the "wet roll". My local PD required an appointment and was $20 per card, if I remember correctly (it's been awhile). Your CA CCW will work for the training requirement.

Oh, and read this thread for more info.
https://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/...d.php?t=977105


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i did my own......was not a problem


Did they change the fingerprint policy?

When I submitted mine, the cards had to be rolled by Sheriff or PD for non-resident and the cards were from AZ DPS.


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I just went to my local police department
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I did mine at the local Post Office Box shipping place.
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I did mine at UPS Store and AZ had no problems accepting them...
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Did they change the fingerprint policy?

When I submitted mine, the cards had to be rolled by Sheriff or PD for non-resident and the cards were from AZ DPS.


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When was that?
Did ours at the local The UPS Store two years ago.
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When was that?

Did ours at the local The UPS Store two years ago.


My initial permit was on 2012; Renewal on 2017, I remembered having to go to Sheriff to get my prints rolled there.

Don’t get me wrong on this, able to get prints from UPS store for example, is a good thing

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I received my AZ permit Application and it’s asking for 2 fingerprinted cards, any one know where I can go to have it done in Ventura County. I also have read somewhere on line that I can use a copy of my CA CCW as well. Looking for advice from those of you that went through this process and obtained a AZ carry permit.
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There used to be a place on Victoria where the new Starbucks is that did them, I used them for my Az. Santa Paula PD will do a wet roll for $15/card IIRC. No other PD in the county will do it that I have found. The copy of your Ca CCW suffices as proof of training for Az IIRC.
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I received my AZ permit Application and it’s asking for 2 fingerprinted cards, any one know where I can go to have it done in Ventura County. I also have read somewhere on line that I can use a copy of my CA CCW as well. Looking for advice from those of you that went through this process and obtained a AZ carry permit.
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Don't even waste ur time. There are new gun laws in AZ regarding visitors to the state. If you are a visitor to AZ from any state, you are at least 21 and you have a legal right to own a firearm, you can carry. Basicly, there is no need to go and get a ccw anymore while traveling within the state. You still wont be allowed to purchase though, same as b4.
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Don't even waste ur time. There are new gun laws in AZ regarding visitors to the state. If you are a visitor to AZ from any state, you are at least 21 and you have a legal right to own a firearm, you can carry. Basicly, there is no need to go and get a ccw anymore while traveling within the state. You still wont be allowed to purchase though, same as b4.
AZ non-resident also works in 38 (?) other states where your CA permit is nothing but toilet paper. https://www.gunstocarry.com/gun-laws...n-laws/#az-map
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Don't even waste ur time. There are new gun laws in AZ regarding visitors to the state. If you are a visitor to AZ from any state, you are at least 21 and you have a legal right to own a firearm, you can carry. Basicly, there is no need to go and get a ccw anymore while traveling within the state. You still wont be allowed to purchase though, same as b4.
1) Those aren't "new" laws, they've been around for some years. Az is what is known as a "Constitutional Carry" state.

2) Not having an Az permit in Az means that there are additional places you can't carry and the 1000 ft GFSZ applies as well.

3) Az permits are honored by something like 30 other states, Ca permits are honored by 25 other states.
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Don't even waste ur time. There are new gun laws in AZ regarding visitors to the state. If you are a visitor to AZ from any state, you are at least 21 and you have a legal right to own a firearm, you can carry. Basicly, there is no need to go and get a ccw anymore while traveling within the state. You still wont be allowed to purchase though, same as b4.




Yep, looks like you are right. I did sent out the application this week. That ok, if I get one from AZ, it will cover others states where my CA CCW will not. Win win.




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AZ non-resident also works in 38 (?) other states where your CA permit is nothing but toilet paper. https://www.gunstocarry.com/gun-laws...n-laws/#az-map
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AZ non-resident also works in 38 (?) other states where your CA permit is nothing but toilet paper. https://www.gunstocarry.com/gun-laws...n-laws/#az-map
AZ non resident is 30 states of reciprocity not 38
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1) Those aren't "new" laws, they've been around for some years. Az is what is known as a "Constitutional Carry" state.

2) Not having an Az permit in Az means that there are additional places you can't carry and the 1000 ft GFSZ applies as well.

3) Az permits are honored by something like 30 other states, Ca permits are honored by 25 other states.
Not according to the DCP in AZ. Because 3 years ago, non residents within AZ had to obtain a ccw permit and could not carry openly. AZ is also to liberal with non resident reciprocity, this 30 states is garbage. 0 would be more appropriate. Move here if you want AZ benefits, then you get 38 states.
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I just went to my local police department

This is what I did too.
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AZ non-resident also works in 38 (?) other states where your CA permit is nothing but toilet paper. https://www.gunstocarry.com/gun-laws...n-laws/#az-map
I use my AZ permit in Nevada and Utah et al.
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Make an appointment with the VCSO to scan your prints. After multiple headaches and wasted visits to the UPS store that is where I went.
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