Ccw Considerable reason


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FNG...

I live in California in a rural county and I am going to apply for a ccw. I have a reason in mind but
I am unsure if it will be considerable. My reason is traveling for and with a loved one Out of town weekly for medical reasons. I have lived in the county over 10 years and have had zero law related issues my whole life. I am not looking for reasons to be provided just curious if anyone has more experience with this
 

FNG...

I live in California in a rural county and I am going to apply for a ccw. I have a reason in mind but
I am unsure if it will be considerable. My reason is traveling for and with a loved one Out of town weekly for medical reasons. I have lived in the county over 10 years and have had zero law related issues my whole life. I am not looking for reasons to be provided just curious if anyone has more experience with this

I would think in California that it would depend upon which agency/LEO you were applying to and what that particular agency/LEO thinks is a good reason for you to be able to exercise you right to self defense without going to jail if caught doing so.

My point is - nobody can tell you their experience with obtaining a CCW in California because you left that important fact out - who are you applying to?
 
FNG...

I live in California in a rural county and I am going to apply for a ccw. I have a reason in mind but
I am unsure if it will be considerable. My reason is traveling for and with a loved one Out of town weekly for medical reasons. I have lived in the county over 10 years and have had zero law related issues my whole life. I am not looking for reasons to be provided just curious if anyone has more experience with this

"For any and all lawful purposes."
 
Sorry, I don't live in California so I didn't have to give a reason, considerable or otherwise, to get my CWP.

The Second Amendment should be "reason" enough.
 
How about "Because it's my damn Constitutionally Affirmed RIGHT"?
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It varies from county to county. That being said, I live in Monterey County, and "self-defense" was enough. The process seemed a little adversarial, but once they got the background check back, they were all very friendly. Also, they do want you to have a recent (within the past year) CCW class from an approved instructor and must qualify with the gun/guns you have on your permit. Good luck.
 

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