New County; New Permit
This is a discussion on New County; New Permit within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I moved a few months ago to a different county in California. I had just received my permit up north and was getting used to ...
November 8th, 2006 03:03 AM
New County; New Permit
I moved a few months ago to a different county in California. I had just received my permit up north and was getting used to carrying everyday. Due to the fact that the county I worked for paid us in peanuts, I had to go to a bigger county with a better retirement and pay scale. As a career prosecutor, decent pay and a good retirement are all that matters. Since I am not making the millions as a public servant, the retirement is the crown jewel I am working for. So we moved. CA law indicates that when that happens your existing permit expires in 90 days.
Anyway, in CA, new county means have to redo all of the training and resubmit a new application. Anyway, I am happy to say that the local sheriff has approved my app. It has to go to Sacramento but it shouldn't take too long.
Anyway, few more weeks and I am back to happily carrying my Sig 239. I have joined a range and am trying to go more often. I have to admit that the extra training was beneficial. This second course covered more of the fundamentals of shooting that I really appreciated.
Anyway, I will post again once the official paper is in.
November 8th, 2006 10:38 AM
Sigh of relief - on your behalf!!
It would be grim to make the move and be left with no CCW options, having gotten used to being able to. Hope it'll all continue thru to completion OK.
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November 8th, 2006 10:51 AM
Congratulations on finding another county that allows CCWs!
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November 8th, 2006 11:04 AM
It sucks that it's not a state wide permit. Move to Montana (Flathead Valley)- you can carry state wide. My friend is the local cheif public defender and I think they're looking for new attorneys. Any pro gun attorney we could get is a good thing.
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November 8th, 2006 12:59 PM
California permits are actually valid state wide. The issue that the OP ran into is that he moved from the county he originally received his permit from. Once you move it expires in 90 days, you have to re apply in your new county of residence. But again, you can carry state wide once the permit is issued.
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