This is a discussion on Good news/bad news - moving to California within the Bob & Terry's Place forums, part of the The Back Porch category; Originally Posted by fastk9dad Another question, say you get a CCW from a green county and then move to a red county? Is your permit ...
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Yes, put in a change of address and you should still be good for the duration of that license. However, good luck to me if I were to move to San Fran and put up for a renewal.
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Congrats on your new post, thank you for your service and welcome to CA! From your area it appears you should be good to go and all of the info given is in line with what I have read, researched and been told. It is a beautiful state, and aside from politics there are a lot of nice things. Good on ya for keeping positive, I know many would consider it a death sentence. Carry anywhere (legal) you like with apermit, just be prepared for more of a headache in certain areas should the need to defend yourself arise.
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Things to keep in mind regarding those points, unless things have changed in CA the past several years ...Carry anywhere (legal) you like with apermit, just be prepared for more of a headache in certain areas should the need to defend yourself arise.
1. There's a short list of places a person may not lawfully carry. (A reasonably long list, depending on your POV.)
2. The sheriff in your county of residence can add to the list of restricted/unlawful areas.
3. The legal landmines that exist when being forced to defend yourself are numerous.
4. The tendency to go after the person left standing with criminal charges apparently for merely being the one left standing isn't exactly the rarity it should be, in CA. Depends heavily on the sanity and political aspirations of the reigning county DA, and the degree to which the county DA is influenced by strident voter sentiment. Something to be very, very aware of, before strapping on.