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Posted: 10/17/2001 4:10:14 PM EST
I have heard there are a few departments in CA that will give of CC permits. Does anyone know where? Does anyone he in CA have a permit? Thanx
Link Posted: 10/17/2001 4:27:41 PM EST
Yes, I have one. The friendly areas are all in Northern CA - it's called Orygun. NMSight
Link Posted: 10/17/2001 4:43:18 PM EST
The sheriff of Orange County, Mike Carona, ran for office saying he would issue CCW permits. He was elected in 1998, but by the end of 1999, when I moved out, he still hadn't done anything about it. Who knows? He may have started by now.
Link Posted: 10/17/2001 4:51:59 PM EST
Oh well then I'll just quit law school and move. Thanx NMSight [>:/] Jarhead Thank you for the responce.
Link Posted: 10/17/2001 6:25:02 PM EST
Humboldt County, perhaps Del Norte and Mendocino Counties. Those are the only ones I know of. If you are looking for them find the Southern Oregon coast and look straight down. I wonder if Perata(sp?) and Feinstein, et.al. would mind if the gun-loving true Northern California was annexed by Oregon. Think of how many fewer gunowners they'd have then!
Link Posted: 10/17/2001 6:28:22 PM EST
My friend lives in Ukiah. Says they are pretty easy to get there. The DA also said that if you kill and intruder, they wont look to hard as to whether you were in imminent danger or not. If only Northern California would become its own state.
Link Posted: 10/17/2001 6:42:17 PM EST
Anyone know about CoCo County?
Link Posted: 10/17/2001 6:46:11 PM EST
Originally Posted By alexanderredhook: Anyone know about CoCo County?
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Link Posted: 10/17/2001 6:47:16 PM EST
Unless, of course, if you contributed large amounts to the Sherrifs campaign fund.
Link Posted: 10/17/2001 6:49:07 PM EST
Kern County has one of the highest issuance rates in the state. Bakersfield is the county seat. Bakersfield PD isn't quite as generous.
Link Posted: 10/17/2001 6:50:32 PM EST
Originally Posted By Ratters: Unless, of course, if you contributed large amounts to the Sherrifs campaign fund.
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Shit, can't I just take him out to lunch or something. [:D]
Link Posted: 10/17/2001 6:55:15 PM EST
Madera Co. is VERY friendly toward CCW's as well as Mariposa. Hell Mariposa Co. does not require its residence to smog thier cars!!
Link Posted: 10/17/2001 6:57:49 PM EST
Culver City. Has always been one of the most considerate of PD's in Calif. Probably due to the motion picture industry there. Yes, movie moguls and stars, dispite what they preach, want to feel protected..
Link Posted: 10/17/2001 7:27:32 PM EST
Originally Posted By Jarhead_22: The sheriff of Orange County, Mike Carona, ran for office saying he would issue CCW permits. He was elected in 1998, but by the end of 1999, when I moved out, he still hadn't done anything about it. Who knows? He may have started by now.
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Nope!
Link Posted: 10/17/2001 7:42:50 PM EST
Color me unsurprised.
Link Posted: 10/17/2001 7:51:38 PM EST
You guys remember that guy Fong (?) that died trying to protect his family? He lived in the Bay Area and had a CCW. How the hell did he get one????? I want one too damnit!!!
Link Posted: 10/17/2001 8:17:07 PM EST
Orange County sheriff Mike Corona wrote an article about CCW in the October CA Rifle and Pistol Assoc. (CRPA) newsletter. Sorry, there doesn't appear to be an online version. Some stats he gave in the article are: "There were 308 active CCWs in OC when he assumed office in '99, now there are 760. 524 of these were new issues, 226 were renewals, and 68 expired without application for renewal. 520 applications were submitted and no permit issued. 406 were rejected for cause, and 114 lapsed due to other various reasons." Looks like you have a roughly 50% chance in OC. Probably the best for any coastal county in Kali.
Link Posted: 10/17/2001 8:35:14 PM EST
Originally Posted By Kalifornia: You guys remember that guy Fong (?) that died trying to protect his family? He lived in the Bay Area and had a CCW. How the hell did he get one????? I want one too damnit!!!
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See my post about contributing to the Sheriff. He was a big contributer to Richard Rainey when he was sheriff. There is a person in coco who is suing the sheriff under equal protection, but I doubt it will go anywhere. I used to have his web page but I lost it when my computer took a crap on me. All the Hollywood people are "honorary" sheriffs so get to carry.
Link Posted: 10/17/2001 8:38:25 PM EST
Originally Posted By MadMatt: Orange County sheriff Mike Corona wrote an article about CCW in the October CA Rifle and Pistol Assoc. (CRPA) newsletter. Sorry, there doesn't appear to be an online version. Some stats he gave in the article are: "There were 308 active CCWs in OC when he assumed office in '99, now there are 760. 524 of these were new issues, 226 were renewals, and 68 expired without application for renewal. 520 applications were submitted and no permit issued. 406 were rejected for cause, and 114 lapsed due to other various reasons." Looks like you have a roughly 50% chance in OC. Probably the best for any coastal county in Kali.
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I can second this finding. Sherriff Corona's plan was to increase CCW issuance by 500 a year. That's not much by TX standards, but by CA, where it is not a shall issue state, that is a freakin lot.
Link Posted: 10/17/2001 9:09:59 PM EST
Here is a Calif. Sheriff that is openly CCW friendly [url]http://www.tehamaso.org/ccw.htm [/url]
Link Posted: 10/17/2001 9:11:41 PM EST
Gunplay, You are most welcome! However, I believe that in your haste to act like a lawyer you overlooked some obvious plusses to my subtle suggestion that you move. 1. We may be "backards" up here, but we do have law school. One that comes to mind is at U of O. 2. It is situated in beautiful downtown Eugene; affectionally known here as the Peoples Republic of Eugene - you'd feel right at home, except that.. 3. You would be about 25 minutes from Albany Rifle & Pistol Club where, for a nominal fee, you could participate in everything from informal plinking to the full-auto shoots. Your decision. Cordially, NMSight
Link Posted: 10/17/2001 11:51:47 PM EST
I didn't mean to be a dick but I'm really frustrated with the lack of CC in THIS state! I was born here, I go to school here, and all my family is here.I would like to be able to defend my self here. Sorry for being short.
Link Posted: 10/18/2001 12:21:50 AM EST
Yes, I have CCW, Ventura County. Southern California.
Link Posted: 10/18/2001 7:34:23 AM EST
Placer Co also...
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