I got the platinum plan and I am from California and live in the riverside county and I am very interested in a CCW here in riverside county I got mix information on obtaining a CCW in this county of any one else is in my same area please help on how I can get my CCW in riverside county
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Thanks a lot.
@Juan15 my advice would be contact the state police as they are the one that’s gonna issue it. As a permanent resident I wasn’t sure if I could get one in the state of a Michigan I contacted the Michigan State police firearms department and they were very helpful.
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Welcome @Juan15. Very true, state police is the place to start at.
Make a appointment with riverside sherriff’s department for ccw interview,they will guide you. That’s how i got mine
Thanks a lot for the responses my people it’s good to finally have a community that helps a lot and happy to be part of this have a great day everyone
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My advice is to go online Riverside country sheriff ccw You will have all info needed for ccw including applying online.
Riverside is relatively easy actually, as is San Bernadino county as well. LA and San Diego are impossible. Orange County is “reasonable”.
So what you have to do is this:
- apply online https://riversideca.permitium.com/ccw/start (just select the new on the left side)
- follow the instructions on the app to a T. don’t jump ahead, just follow the instructions. any questions, call the sheriff’s department and ask.
it’s that easy.
Michigan I assume has their state police issue the permits/licenses? In California, the county handles it. So for him I sent him to the Riverside County Sheriff’s online application for CCW (Concealed Carry Weapon) permit. Just an FYI
Thanks a lot @Erik10 I will do this is extremely helpful
You all are awesome! Here are the laws for the state of California, definitely reach out to your sheriff!
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@Erik10 That may be the case but that still doesn’t change the fact that California state police would still have that information So either way he’s been put on the right track
Well, seeing that California doesn’t have a “State Police”, the track wouldn’t take them far. California merged the “State Police” with the Highway Patrol back in the 80’s I believe so unless someone knew that, they wouldn’t know who to call anymore than my kid knows how to operate a rotary telephone.
A simple google search. So you might want to teach your kids how to use a rotary phone