Check out this video from the Los Angles County Sheriff Department explaining the process for obtaining your CCW Permit.
We currently only offer certifications for Los Angeles County Residents.
Sign up today to take your Los Angeles County CCW Firearm Training Course
This course meets the minimum training standard per California Penal Code 26165.
Our class is taught on a Friday evening via Zoom from 6pm-9pm and at the range 8am-3pm Saturday the following day. The range qualification will be done on Saturday following the completion of the class. In person class will be held Lytle Creek Firing Line. Private class (Increased Cost) or alternate times can be scheduled if needed.
• Be of good moral character.
• You must be a full-time resident of the County that you are seeking to obtain your CCW Permit.
• Must have valid identification.
• Be at least 21 years old.
• Own and have a firearm registered in California. ( You can not rent or borrow a firearm to obtain your CCW Permit)
• You can not have any open criminal cases or pending citations.
• You can not have any felony convictions or specified misdemeanors per Penal Code Sections 29900-29905
• You can not be on active probation
Click here to read some examples of good cause statements to help you form yours.
LOS ANGELES COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT
Shooting Proficiency Standards With Regards to Required Live-Fire Shooting Exercises (For Issuance of CCW Licenses)
Required Target: NRA standard B-27 target
Minimum total number of rounds to be fired: 72.
Course of fire: 24 rounds fired without time limitation at each of the three distances as specified.
Firing distances: 3 yards, 5 yards, and 7 yards. Minimum passing score: 70 percent of rounds fired at each distance (17 of 24 rounds) must score within the 7-ring of the B-27 target.
Other requirements: The student shall be required to safely load, unload, and reload their handgun during the course of fire.
This course of fire shall be required for the first firearm the applicant will be licensed to carry.
All subsequent firearm qualification courses of fire shall consist of 20 total rounds (10 rounds at 5 yards and 10 rounds at 7 yards). The passing score will remain 70 percent of hits (7 of 10 rounds) within the 7-ring of the B-27 target at each distance.
The following documents are required to continue through the interview process. Any required document not provided, will result in a cancelled interview and will need to be re-scheduled.
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