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Old 02-02-2011, 6:16 AM
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does anyone know if a couple speeding tickets in the last 5 years will affect the decision on issue of CCW?
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does anyone know if a couple speeding tickets in the last 5 years will affect the decision on issue of CCW?
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Also should add that I do have an arrest record from approx 20 years ago for driving related offenses, and did visit the crossbar hotel about a half dozen times due to DUI, driving on suspended and failure to appear charges.

I was in my early 20s at the time, and now a 41 year old business owner.

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I had 4 speeding tickets and 2 seatbelt violations on my 5 year record when I applied 1.5 years ago and was approved with a basic good cause.
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I had 4 speeding tickets and 2 seatbelt violations on my 5 year record when I applied 1.5 years ago and was approved with a basic good cause.
That's very incouraging.
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I got a call from the Stanislaus PD about my application. He asked several questions, one of which was if I thought I needed more protection than the average citizen and I answered that I did not but I thought people were foolish if they thought the did not need protection from criminals. I made it clear that "personal protection" was my only good cause. He made it a point to say that a CCW was a privilige and not a right and wanted to make sure I understood that. This was not the Sheriff, he was very friendly and I can't really make any determination from the conversation as to whether or not he'll tell the Sheriff + or - on me.
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I got a call from the Stanislaus PD about my application. He asked several questions, one of which was if I thought I needed more protection than the average citizen and I answered that I did not but I thought people were foolish if they thought the did not need protection from criminals. I made it clear that "personal protection" was my only good cause. He made it a point to say that a CCW was a privilige and not a right and wanted to make sure I understood that. This was not the Sheriff, he was very friendly and I can't really make any determination from the conversation as to whether or not he'll tell the Sheriff + or - on me.
I'm hearing some interesting things from Stanislaus. We'll continue to monitor and please do keep us apprised of outcomes.
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Old 02-25-2011, 11:31 AM
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PIGS CAN FLY!!!My CCW has been approved and I pick it up Mon. morn. THANK YOU CGF!
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PIGS CAN FLY!!!My CCW has been approved and I pick it up Mon. morn. THANK YOU CGF!
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thats great news Kid Stanislaus

so what was the total damage $ that was forked over?
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Congratulations Kid. I'll be picking mine up on Monday too. Fee of $80.
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What of other costs? Class/training and LiveScan, etc ?
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thats great news Kid Stanislaus

so what was the total damage $ that was forked over?
I've forgotten what I paid them when I went down to apply but tomorrow its another $80.
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What of other costs? Class/training and LiveScan, etc ?
The training class, if I remember correctly, was $85 and I've lost track of the other costs. It was not so much on my income that I gave it a lot of thought.
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What of other costs? Class/training and LiveScan, etc ?
Unsure on the training, but the fees are predictable.

$95 DOJ
$100 Local
$35 Fingerprinting (IIRC)
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Welll, I'm a happy camper, my CCW is in my wallet and I'm duely regarded as a trustworthy member of Stanislaus society!
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Welll, I'm a happy camper, my CCW is in my wallet and I'm duely regarded as a trustworthy member of Stanislaus society!
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Congratulations on the CCW success, Kid!
I just want to be sure the Sheriff gets credit for standing by his campaign promise. I know there are other problems with the Stan. Co. CCW program but the man stood in there and did not weasel out.
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I was told the application fee was $115.00 and another $80.00 when you pick the permit up. My class was $125.00 so the total out of pocket would be $320.00
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I was told the application fee was $115.00 and another $80.00 when you pick the permit up. My class was $125.00 so the total out of pocket would be $320.00
When were you told this?
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I was told the application fee was $115.00 and another $80.00 when you pick the permit up. My class was $125.00 so the total out of pocket would be $320.00
I my memory is worth anything at all that sounds about right for what I paid.
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Default Stanislaus County CCW - Changing Guns On Permit

Wondering if anyone has done this already? Received my permit last year but after carrying for a bit have decided I need to retool the 3 guns. If you have done and can let me know how long it took and the process that would be great.
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Wondering if anyone has done this already? Received my permit last year but after carrying for a bit have decided I need to retool the 3 guns. If you have done and can let me know how long it took and the process that would be great.
You are not limited to three guns. No statutory authority exists for the licensing authority to limit the number of firearms to three. Indeed, the very DOJ Standard Application form - which has three lines for the Make, Model, Caliber and Serial No. of firearms to be associated with the license (if issued) – allows for more than three firearms to be submitted initially (let alone via amendment). It states:

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List below the weapons you desire to carry if granted a CCW. You may carry concealed only the weapon(s) which you list and describe herein, and only for the purpose indicated. Any misuse will cause an automatic revocation and possible arrest. (Use additional pages if necessary.)
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More, the State's standard amendment form (entitled "Modification of License to Carry Concealed Firearm", form no. BCIA 4502) contains a section to "add" or "delete" firearms associated to the license - indicating that both are not only possible, but expected in the State’s consideration of same.

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Do you have a link for obtaining the 4502 form?
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That form is, IIRC, in the Stanislaus document package at www.gotcarry.org. If not, I'll see if I can get a copy from DOJ on Monday.
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I have added and removed guns a couple times...No cost IIRC. You just call Connie, tell her what you want to do, provide serial #'s, etc. and she will schedule an appointment. When you go in for your appointment, she will have a new permit printed up and ready to go. No big deal.
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when I scheduled my appointment, about 2 weeks ago.
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I just did my renewal about 2 weeks ago. At my initial appt I paid $60, when I went in to pick up my permit there was an additional $20 fee. No livescan and all of this occured post training....I tried but Connie told me I had to do my renewal training prior to schedualing an appt. Keep applying guys.....More words of encouragment........When I did my initial app a couple years ago the investigator asked me what I had been arrested for 5-6 years prior? What a shock! I told him that I had never been arrested for anything and his reply was " These computers are a joke". Best he and I could figure was it had something to do with one of my old speeding tickets since it did'nt have any additional booking/charges or conviction info attached to it.

Moral of the story, Dont think a ccw is out of reach...just go apply. The more of us the better.
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plan on taking a class in the next few weeks.
do you need a valid dl?
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I dunno, I've never been much for guns. I mean, sure, we have the usual gun by the door, another near the TV, one in the kitchen, and another in the bedroom...and several others laying around. For the most part though, we keep our home free of guns. We are peace loving folks.
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ro8ert209cali tells us: "I dunno, I've never been much for guns. I mean, sure, we have the usual gun by the door, another near the TV, one in the kitchen, and another in the bedroom...and several others laying around. For the most part though, we keep our home free of guns. We are peace loving folks."

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I just moved to Newman in Stanislaus County. I'm really interested in getting my ccw. I just want to pointed into the right direction of going forward with it. Can anyone point me in the right direction or the right steps to go through with this?
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I just moved to Newman in Stanislaus County. I'm really interested in getting my ccw. I just want to pointed into the right direction of going forward with it. Can anyone point me in the right direction or the right steps to go through with this?
The word now is that you'll wait SEVEN MONTHS for an interview. I took my class first and then applied back in February and the whole thing wrapped up in less than a month. There does not appear to be any movement in this situation but we never know what's going on behind the scene. Wish i could be more encouraging.
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The word now is that you'll wait SEVEN MONTHS for an interview. I took my class first and then applied back in February and the whole thing wrapped up in less than a month. There does not appear to be any movement in this situation but we never know what's going on behind the scene. Wish i could be more encouraging.
Hoping to get into the class at WTS on Monday and through my communication with them, SO sheriff's dept is extremely back logged. Guessing by the time I call to make my appointment, I will be scheduled for sometime in 2012.
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Ok, here is my time line. Took class Feb. 26. Called for appointment Feb 28. Appointment April 27. Phone Interview May 12 (or so). Picked up permit May 26.

Everyone at the Sherriff Office was very professional and helpful. Thanks for all the hard work CGF.
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Congratulations Drawman. Do you plan to carry as often as you can or are there just special times you'll be pack'n?
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Congratulations Drawman. Do you plan to carry as often as you can or are there just special times you'll be pack'n?
Often as I can but my work place does not allow firearms......so....
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Often as I can but my work place does not allow firearms......so....
I'm in the same boat.
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So next week I'm moving to Riverbank.
One of the things on my list of things to do is get my CCW. Should I call for an appointment 1st then when I get a date take my class? Or take the class then call?
Also do any of you have info on where to take the class?
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So next week I'm moving to Riverbank.
One of the things on my list of things to do is get my CCW. Should I call for an appointment 1st then when I get a date take my class? Or take the class then call?
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Yes indeed.

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