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What is going on YouTube? In today's video, we're gonna be going over the process of getting your CCW in California, specifically Los Angeles County. Let's not waste any time, let's jump right into the video. So, there are four main steps to applying for your CCW. The first thing that we're gonna do is head over to this website right here: lasd.org/ccw (it'll also be in the top of the description). The first thing we have to do is apply by filling out paperwork and schedule an interview with a background investigator, who will call you once they have determined your application. You also have to go through a live scan and CCW training at an approved location. Now, let's go through the ins and outs of the actual application process, starting with your qualifications. You need to be of good moral character and provide good cause (which you technically don't need anymore, but I still strongly recommend to put a couple of sentences). You need to be a minimum of 21 years old, own a registered firearm in California, and reside in Los Angeles County. Now, let's go through the actual application. You must complete sections one through eight, including section seven where your good cause is at (like I said, three sentences is all you really need). Here is where you would mail in your CCW application, but I strongly recommend walking it into your local sheriff's department with your $30 non-refundable cashier's check or money order. Now, we are going into the actual paperwork. So, we're gonna scroll down to the DOJ application. Here, we're met with the PDF with 14 pages, of which most of it is reading. So, now let's go over everything in this application that you need to fill out. Starting down...