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Los Santos County Sheriff's Department

"A Tradition of Service"

 

Sheriff, Devin Altman
Los Santos County, 95249
#1 Paleto Boulevard, Paleto Bay
Telephone, 311
 
Firearm License Requests
 
The Los Santos County Sheriff's Department are now accepting firearm license requests. General information such as application requirements and process will be outlined in this post. To apply for a CCWP, please use the following link - CLICK HERE
 
Application Requirements:
  • Must be at least twenty-one (21) years of age or older.
  • Must be a resident in any recognized municipality or county within the boundaries of the County of Los Santos.
  • Must reside in a fixed address which can be subject to inspection when required.
  • Must have spent at least ten months within the County of Los Santos at a fixed residence.
  • Must not have a criminal record consisting of felonies or misdemeanors against property or person and may temporarily be denied for lesser misdemeanors that have been recorded in the past two years (( 2 weeks )).
  • Must fill out all fields to the best of their abilities, failure to fill out even a single field may lead to instant denial.
  • Must be mentally stable, and pass a mental evaluation if a previous history of mental disorders is found.
  • (( Must have at least 10 hours on the character you're applying on. ))
 

Application Process


Deviations from this process may be taken at the discretion of the firearms licensing division without notice. A typical application will be processed in the following way, consisting of such steps:

  • The applicant submits a firearm license application, using the appropriate format, to the licensing desk of the Los Santos County Sheriff's Department.
  • The Los Santos County Sheriff's Department will send an acknowledgement to the applicant, informing them that their application has been received and is being processed; pending background check and preliminary investigations.
    • NOTE: you will not be able to see your application once you post it to the licensing desk, if you have not received a response from the LSSD FLD within 3-days you may either inquire with a member of Firearms Licensing or submit another application to the desk
  • Once the application has been processed, the Los Santos County Sheriff's Department will send a notice to the applicant on whether they have passed the background check and preliminary investigations. If they passed.
  • At this point, the applicant will receive access to the firearm safety course and will be expected to read through the course. Once they have read through the course, the applicant may complete the examination to ensure they have read.
  • All applicants (Tier 1 & Tier 2) have seventy-two (72) hours to revise the Firearm Information & Safety Course. After that, the applicant will be given their QAE, and will have forty-eight (48) hours to complete and hand the exam back to their handler.
  • The examination will then be reviewed by the firearms licensing team and it will determine whether or not you're issued a firearm permit.

 

If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to submit a public contact by clicking here.

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