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my california ccw fingerprints

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    my california ccw fingerprints

    what is the average time it takes for finger prints to come back from cal doj and fbi for ccw permits?

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    Since i used to live in cal. for 30 or so years , what reason did you put down for need a CCW in calfi......I'v heard its like a act of congress to get one in california .

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    if you can prove you shoot 2 to 3 times a week in orange county, calif that works for sheriff corona. hes a big time shooter handguns, sporting clays, trap he even has a thing once a year at the range called shooting with the sheriff. you get to hang out and shoot with him. very pro gun. but now that we already got off topic in one single post lets get back to the real topic of how long till my prints will come back from doj and fbi?

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    the phone call

    well my dad called me at work and said the sheriffs dept called and that they wanted me to call them so i did and i got the gals voice mail i am sitting at my desk just waiting for her to call and tell me to go to the training class witch i have already done over the weekend. all that will be left is the weapons inspection and pay another 100 bucks and i get the permit. the suspense is killing me i might actually be able to cary a gun in california by the end of the week.

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    Strikes me sometimes, ''delays'' after printing are mostly down a department's willingness to get on with the whole deal.!!

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    i think she must be on her lunch break

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    Quote Originally Posted by cnc_marine
    well my dad called me at work and said the sheriffs dept called and that they wanted me to call them so i did and i got the gals voice mail i am sitting at my desk just waiting for her to call and tell me to go to the training class witch i have already done over the weekend. all that will be left is the weapons inspection and pay another 100 bucks and i get the permit. the suspense is killing me i might actually be able to cary a gun in california by the end of the week.

    Are you allowed to have a loaded handgun in reach of the driver in a car in Cali with no CHL?
    Hope you get your CHL soon. Since you do already have a CCW.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sig229
    Are you allowed to have a loaded handgun in reach of the driver in a car in Cali with no CHL?
    Hope you get your CHL soon. Since you do already have a CCW.
    negative. Unless you have a permit, your required to be an unarmed victim in the people's republic.
    Driver carries less then $20 of remorse.

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    my california ccw fingerprints

    live scan operator checks the applicant’s identification, inputs the applicant’s personal descriptor information, captures the applicant’s fingerprints electronically, and transmits the data to the DOJ. At the conclusion of the session, the applicant should be provided an applicant transaction identifier (ATI) number, a number used to identify the transaction. The assignment of an ATI number, generated by the live scan device, does not necessarily mean the fingerprint images and personal information was submitted to the DOJ. Although the fingerprint images and personal information are to be transmitted to the DOJ within 24 hours, the actual transmission of the information to the DOJ is at the control of the live scan operator; and varies in timeliness., for tips to get more informations at certifix live scan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glockguy View Post
    Since i used to live in cal. for 30 or so years , what reason did you put down for need a CCW in calfi......I'v heard its like a act of congress to get one in california .
    This is not necessarily true depending on the county you live in. For me it was an interview, livescan, background and neighborhood check then a range qualification, all throughout the process, giving the county multiple money orders for varying amounts. The biggest thing was the wait. Total time start to finish for me was 7 months. I live in san bernardino county, and applied just after the shooting we had here in Dec 2015.. Apparently so did a lot of others. In hearing now that the wait time just to get an interview in my county is over a year.

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    Sounds very similar to what I went through in Long Island New York 35 years ago took me 18 months then. Here in Virginia you have to get an answer within 45 days if you don't your application is considered your permit until your permit is issued unless of course you're denied.
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    Quote Originally Posted by poriggity View Post
    This is not necessarily true depending on the county you live in. For me it was an interview, livescan, background and neighborhood check then a range qualification, all throughout the process, giving the county multiple money orders for varying amounts. The biggest thing was the wait. Total time start to finish for me was 7 months. ...
    Ditto for initial ... about 6-7 months. I live in Placer County. Renewals after class and qualification shoot is the time it takes to get your certificate from the instructor and get to the Sherif's Office. Things have changed in California in past decade ... this is an old thread ... and many counties are, 'Shall issue' now.

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    10 years is a long time to wait for a return phone call.
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