FAQ CCW


We also have some answers to common NON-CCW questions.

Do you assist with the CCW application?
Although we do not complete the application for you, we can assist you if you have any questions completing the application.
Can I qualify for my CCW permit with my spouse’s pistol?
YES. The pistol does not need to be registered in your name as long as it is registered in your spouse’s name and registered in California.
I am new to shooting but have shot firearms in the past. Can I attend the CCW Safety Training and Qualification Course to get my CCW permit?
Only those who are INTERMEDIATE LEVEL shooters can attend this course! All participants must be completely proficient with their firearm(s) and can demonstrate their ability to safely draw a loaded firearm from a holster, engage a target from up to 10 yds, correct malfunctions without assistance, and safely re-holster their firearm. Participants who cannot meet these requirements will be asked to leave the range.
How can I become an INTERMEDIATE LEVEL shooter so I can attend the CCW Course?
Attend our Defensive Pistol/CCW Prep Course. The course simulates the live fire portion of the CCW Safety Training and Qualification course but is geared toward the novice pistol shooter.
How do I apply for a CCW permit if I am a Riverside County resident?
Go the Riverside County Sheriff’s CCW Unit website.  http://www.riversidesheriff.org/ccw/
I do not live in Riverside County but would like a CA CCW Permit. Can I attend your course and apply for Riverside County CCW permit?
Unfortunately you cannot. You MUST be a resident of Riverside County and provide proof of residency.
When should I start the CCW Renewal process?
90 days before your current permit expires, no sooner.

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