same weapon on two CCW's in CA?

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    same weapon on two CCW's in CA?

    What's the rule for two people having the same weapon listed on their CA CCW?

    Can do?
    Can't do ever?
    Need to be legally married?

    TIA

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    The answer is to move to Florida where the indivdual is licensed, not the firearm.
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    Come on OV, why would anyone want to leave a gun friendly state like CA?
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    Call the Sheriff and ask.
    The only problem I can see is that there could be something hidden somewhere in the requirements that says you have to prove ownership of each weapon listed on the permit.
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    As long as we are recommending moving, move to PA. No earthquakes, hurricanes, wildfires, and very few tornadoes. Plus,our permits are $20 for 5 years, no class, no prints; and, the individual is permitted, not the firearm.
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    First move to NY then you will LOVE Florida and PA.

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    Yes, some days i like to carry my Kahr, some days she would carry it. Trying to keep from buying duplicate weapons

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    Good luck Greg! Just curious, can you only have one gun on your permit or can you have several?

    As others have said, I would recommend moving to America.

    All kidding aside, CA is a beautiful place and I do enjoy it when I am out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ep1953 View Post
    Good luck Greg! Just curious, can you only have one gun on your permit or can you have several?

    As others have said, I would recommend moving to America.

    All kidding aside, CA is a beautiful place and I do enjoy it when I am out there.
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