Firearm Carry Permit B Information (OPEN)

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Firearm Carry Permit B Information (OPEN)

Postby SA County Sheriff's Office » October 12th, 2017, 12:35 pm



Weapon Licensing Unit

| Personal Firearm Permit Requirements |The general requirements for a Conceal Carry Permit are as follows:
  • You must be older than twenty-one years of age;
  • You must be a legal citizen of the United States of America;
  • You must be a legal resident of the State of San Andreas;
  • You must have a clean criminal record;
  • You must have no negative history with the San Andreas County Sheriff's Office;
  • You must be physically and mentally capable of operating a firearm. If you suffer Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) or any other issues, you must note it in your application. Our medical examiners will confirm said mental and physical state of the applicant;
  • You must have no sight impediment;
  • You must have no affiliation with gangs and/or gang members, or any other possible illegal activities, such as underground betting;
  • You must not have any issue with alcohol and/or drug abuse.
  • (( Your Forum username must match the character name you are applying with. ))
  • (( You must be level three at least in one character to apply. ))


| Permit B Application Procedures |Stage 1: Eligibility
You will need to be eligible to apply for this service. It is your responsibility to ensure that you are qualified for this service. See the Permit Requirements.

Stage 2: Application
The applicant fills out the application form, ensuring that all fields are filled correctly.

Stage 3: Evaluation
Once the application is submitted, a Weapon Licensing Officer will review and evaluate the application to ensure that the application is satisfactory and the applicant is qualified to acquire a firearm permit.

Stage 4: Permit Approval and Payment of Fees:
Once the application is approved, the applicant shall submit the permit fees to a certified Weapon Licensing Officer inside Dillimore Sheriff's Office.

Stage 5: Permit Releasing
Upon successful approval, the applicant will be issued the Personal Firearm Permit - Class B.


| Permit B Permit Fees & Discounts |
Base Cost: 50,000 USD
Renewal: 25,000 USD
Discounts Information can be found Here

A Conceal Carry Permit is valid for 90 days from the day of permit approval. It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure that their permit is renewed before its expiration.


| Conceal Carry Permit B Category |The Class B FCP (Conceal Carry Permit) allows users to conceal carry handguns or revolvers up to a caliber of .45 ACP.
  • Holders of a Class B FCP are authorized to OPEN CARRY any magnum handgun or revolver up to the .500 S&W or .50 AE caliber rounds.
  • Holders of a Class B FCP are authorized to wield any gauge shotgun in order to hunt wild game.
  • Holders of a Class B FCP are authorized to wield Bolt-Action rifles up to a caliber of .270. (.30-06, .223, etc are authorized.)
  • Holders of a Class B FCP are also granted the privileges of the Class A FCP.

Executive PFP Restrictions:
  • Shotguns and Rifles may only be used for hunting in forestal areas away from towns/civilization.
  • It is of the San Andreas County Sheriff's Office discretion to decide whether or not the use of heavy weaponry is/was justified. If you feel as if a representative of the Sheriff's Office has made a decision that you find to be unjust, bias or unlawful; then you may contact a supervisor or file a formal complaint to the Professional Standards Bureau.
  • Using Shotguns or Rifles for any other reason(s) besides the aforementioned reasons listed or whilst your life is not in imminent danger will result in your license being revoked.
  • Whilst not using larger caliber weaponry, these weapons should be stored in either your private property or locked in a secure container within a vehicle's trunk.

Magazine Limits are placed on particular calibers of certain handguns, see below for more information.


WARNING! Using any round containing tungsten carbide (A natural armor piercing type round) or similar is forbidden by state law. Violators will be prosecuted under the court of law and will have their firearm permit revoked, as well as any weapon in their possession or private property, confiscated.


| Permit B Firearms and Calibers |
  • Any .500 S&W Revolver with a cylinder capacity of five (5) rounds or less.
  • Any .50 Action Express handgun with a magazine capacity of 7 (7) rounds or less.
  • Any .44 Magnum, .357 Magnum, or .38 Special Semi-Automatic Pistol/Revolver, with a capacity of 8 rounds or less.
  • Any 12 gauge shotgun that is tube fed and pump-action.
  • Any bolt action rifle that is smaller than a .50 caliber.
  • Any Revolver that is a .50 S&W Caliber or smaller, and carries six (6) rounds or less in the cylinder.
  • Desert Eagle - Up to .50 AE


| Permit B Permitted Modifications|
  • Rifles may have a scope used in place of iron sights, ONLY for hunting purposes. The scope must have a magnification of 8x or less.
  • Shotguns may have a hand grip installed to increase stability, as well as a full choke to tighten the spread of buckshot rounds.
  • Only Full Metal Jacket and Hollow Point rounds are permitted for handguns, buckshot for shotguns, and Full Metal Jacket for rifles.
Silencers or any other modification not listed above, as well as ammunition such as tracers, armor piercing rounds, and the like of, are prohibited by San Andreas State Law.


| General Protocols |
Firearm Courtesy

Though some of the following may not be laws, it is common courtesy to follow all of these when dealing with a firearm.

  • Notify law enforcement of your legal carry - During a traffic stop, or any encounter with law enforcement, you should keep your hands visible, and state that you are legally carrying a firearm, explaining its location. If the weapon is a rifle or larger weapon that is not holsterable, the weapon should be cleared of its ammunition and placed on the ground.
  • Comply with law enforcement - You should always comply with law enforcement, even if the orders are questionable. There is always time to complain, but when a Deputy orders your weapon over, they are attempting to ensure everyone's safety.
  • Comply with all firearm protocols that are laid out by the State of San Andreas and the San Andreas County Sheriff's Office. Failure to abide by these protocols could result in your license to carry being revoked, and the possibility of a jail sentence depending on the severity of the crime.
  • You must not interfere with any government agency operations or take part in any illegal activities such as shootings. If any shooting occurs and you are nearby, you must seek cover and contact 911 immediately and relay to the dispatcher what is happening. You are urged to stay calm and stay hidden. Under no circumstance should you withdraw your firearm unless your life is in danger.
  • By receiving your firearm permit, you agree to the terms that the San Andreas County Sheriff's Office has the right to detain you at any moment in time if you are believed to be involved in any sort of criminal activity, or you are found to have your sidearm drawn and/or discharged. You agree that the Intelligence Unit can detain you as they see fit, and seize any and all firearms you have, whether this is temporary or permanent. Failure to cooperate with the San Andreas County Sheriff's Office and Intelligence Unit could lead to your arrest.
  • Upon entering any government building, you must hand your firearm(s) in to the security guard at the main reception before proceeding further into the building. Failure to do so will lead to a forceful arrest.
  • Treat all firearms as if they are loaded. To ensure further safety, you must keep your finger off of the trigger and keep it extended along the barrel of the sidearm. You should also keep the muzzle of the gun aimed down at the ground at a 45-degree angle to prevent any harmful incidents if they should occur. This allows for safety and quick-fire if danger occurs. To further ensure safety if the shooting does occur, raise the firearm up to eye level so that the iron sights are used as best as possible so that accuracy is maintained.


The Weapon Licensing Unit Command Team reserves the right to revoke your firearm carry permit at any time, for any reason ICly, Please ensure that you read through the firearm carry permit protocols, which can be found here. These protocols may change at any time without notice and failure to keep updated on them might result in removal of your license.


| Permit A Application |How we grade applications:
It is obvious that criminals are not permitted to carry firearms, legally, and any applicants who are felons will be automatically denied. The licensing deputy will review the application to ensure all requirements are met, and all information is accurate.

How to submit an application:
  • 1. Copy the CODE below.
  • 2. Paste it in a new thread in the Personal Firearm Permit section;
  • 3. Fill out the application form;
  • 4. The thread title should be: "[FCP-B Application] Firstname Lastname"
NOTE: When answering the Written Quiz, please ✓ and X the correct/wrong answers. Do not remove the formats that have been provided to you, only edit them.

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Re: Firearm Carry Permit B Information

Postby SA County Sheriff's Office » November 5th, 2017, 7:41 am



Weapon Licensing Unit

| Section I - Personal Information |(1.1) First Name: Answer Here
(1.2) Last Name: Answer Here
(1.3) Gender: Male/Female

(1.4) Date of Birth: DD/MM/YYYY
(1.5) Age: Answer Here
(1.6) Nationality: Answer Here

(1.7) Residential Address: Answer Here
(1.8) Contact Number: Answer Here

(1.9) Next of Kin: Answer Here
(1.10) Next of Kin's Address: Answer Here
(1.11) Next of Kin's Contact Number: Answer Here


| Section II - Attachment of Documents |(2.1) Photocopy of government-issued identification card:
(( Attach a screenshot of your '/licenses' in-game in the spoiler below along with /time, DO NOT edit the SS. ))
(2.1.1) Attachment: show
[img]-[/img]

(2.2) (Optional) Photocopy of government-issued badge:
(( Attach a screenshot of your '/showbadge' in-game in the spoiler below along with /time, DO NOT edit the SS. ))
(2.2.1) Attachment: show
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| Section III - Permit Information |(3.1) Firearm Permit Type: Class B

(3.2) Why do you wish to obtain a Conceal Carry Permit? (Minimum of 200 words):
Answer Here
(3.3) How do you plan to use your Conceal Carry Permit? (Minimum of 200 words):
Answer Here


| Section IV - Permit Qualification |Select all that are true in the spoiler below, you may tick more than one box per question. - You must score at least 16 out of 20 to pass this section.

Permit Qualification Questionnaire: show
(4.1) While using your firearm, you notice that it is occasionally slam-firing (more than one shot despite only pulling the trigger once) – Before diagnosing the weapon, you should do which of the following?
A) Unload the gun and ensure it is safe. [✓/X]
B) Aim at the ground and fire a test shot. [✓/X]
C) Locate a member of the SACSO and get them to diagnose it instead. [✓/X]
D) All of the above. [✓/X]


(4.2) You are practicing at a shooting range and accidentally injure yourself with a misfired shot. What should you do after the occurrence of this event?
A) Secure the weapon to ensure it is no longer dangerous. [✓/X]
B) Call or get someone to call for an ambulance. [✓/X]
C) Notify the SACSO Weapon Licensing Unit regarding the accident. [✓/X]
D) All of the above. [✓/X]


(4.3) You have your firearm safely stored in your holster while out in public when someone comes up and snatches the firearm from you, and then runs off. What should you do?
A) Chase the thief and tackle them, taking the firearm back. [✓/X]
B) Call 911 immediately and notify them of the situation. [✓/X]
C) Notify the SACSO Weapon Licensing Unit that your registered firearm was stolen. [✓/X]
D) Do nothing and simply purchase a replacement firearm. [✓/X]


(4.4) You are at the shooting range and preparing to practice with your handgun, but you fear the gun may have been loaded with the wrong ammo. What should you do?
A) Fire a test shot at one of the targets. [✓/X]
B) Unload the gun immediately, changing the ammo if necessary. [✓/X]
C) Ask someone else to fire a test shot for you, and keep well out of the way. [✓/X]
D) None of the above. [✓/X]


(4.5) How often should you clean your firearm?
A) Every 3-4 months. [✓/X]
B) When you notice a decrease in the firearm’s performance. [✓/X]
C) When one or more parts of the firearm stop functioning correctly. [✓/X]
D) All of the above. [✓/X]


(4.6) What might happen if you limp-wrist (holding too low down on the grip) with your handgun?
A) The gun may malfunction. [✓/X]
B) Your accuracy will be greatly reduced. [✓/X]
C) You may injure yourself or others. [✓/X]
D) All of the above. [✓/X]


(4.7)You go out for some drinks with some friends after work, and you later realize you’ve been carrying your licensed firearm for the duration of the night. What should you do?
A) Notify the SACSO Weapon Licensing Unit and get further instructions. [✓/X]
B) Hand the firearm to a trusted friend so the incident does not occur again. [✓/X]
C) Keep the firearm in storage while you deal with the issue. [✓/X]
D) Do nothing. You did not hurt anyone. [✓/X]


(4.8) Your doctor has prescribed you a new course of medicine and you are unsure if you are safe to operate a firearm while taking it. What should you do?
A) Take only half of the usual dose. [✓/X]
B) Take more time to load, aim, and fire your weapon. [✓/X]
C) Practice after taking your medicine to see the impact. [✓/X]
D) Speak to your doctor or the SACSO Emergency Services Unit to find out more. [✓/X]


(4.9) You are on your way to the firing range when a small argument with another driver leaves you upset. What is the most appropriate thing to do in this situation?
A) Continue to the shooting range and continue as planned. [✓/X]
B) Take a short break to calm down before handling your firearm. [✓/X]
C) Go for a drink at a local bar instead of to the shooting range. [✓/X]
D) You are annoyed – continue to think about the incident that occurred. [✓/X]


(4.10) You have just bought your first licensed firearm and plan to store it at your house. What precautions must be taken?
A) The ammo and firearm should be stored separately. [✓/X]
B) The firearm and all subsequent parts should be stored in a secure, safe place. [✓/X]
C) You must notify all house guests that there is a firearm stored in the house. [✓/X]
D) The firearm should be kept out of sight and reach of children. [✓/X]


(4.11) One day, your friend asks you to look after their licensed weapon for 'a few days' – They do not provide any documentation alongside the firearm. What should you do?
A) As you have your license, take the firearm, and store it in your house. [✓/X]
B) Refuse. The situation could put you at risk on legal grounds. [✓/X]
C) Refuse, and notify the SACSO Weapon Licensing Unit of the situation. [✓/X]
D) None of the above. [✓/X]


(4.12) You fear a friend may be using their license for illegal purposes. What should you do?
A) Immediately notify the SACSO. [✓/X]
B) Immediately notify the SACSO Weapon Licensing Unit. [✓/X]
C) Talk to your friend and talk them out of it if your fear is true. [✓/X]
D) Do nothing. It is none of your business. [✓/X]


(4.13) Which of the following will help you improve your handgun skills?
A) Practicing the grip, the draw, and sighted dry fire with snap caps. [✓/X]
B) Practicing at the range once every month or as often as possible. [✓/X]
C) Using the same bullet weight and power as your carry loads. [✓/X]
D) All of the above. [✓/X]


(4.14)When the shooting starts, you should do which of the following?
A) Get into a weaver stance. [✓/X]
B) Go for a headshot. [✓/X]
C) Fire as fast as possible in the direction of the assailant. [✓/X]
D) Seek cover. [✓/X]


(4.15) What are some firearm rules that the San Andreas County Sheriff's Office outline?
A) Shotguns and Rifles may only be used for hunting in forestall areas. [✓/X]
B) Firearms are never to be used for anything apart from hunting. [✓/X]
C) You are able to shoot anyone who poses a threat to you or someone who scares you. [✓/X]
D) You may conceal carry automatic rifles within a duffle bag. [✓/X]


(4.16) If you shoot someone, which of the following might you expect?
A) To withhold any statements without your attorney present. [✓/X]
B) To undergo a criminal investigation. [✓/X]
C) To be the defendant in a ruinous civil suit. [✓/X]
D) All of the above. [✓/X]


(4.17) Which of the following situations are OK for handgun carry?
A) When just under the blood alcohol level legal to drive. [✓/X]
B) When taking over the counter or prescription drugs that impair. [✓/X]
C) When fatigued, emotionally upset, or distracted. [✓/X]
D) None of the above. [✓/X]


(4.18) In which of the following situations is a person prohibited from carry?
A) A felon or a person convicted of a violent crime. [✓/X]
B) Federal buildings, capitol area, courthouses, school buildings and activities. [✓/X]
C) Private business establishments that post "guns banned" signs. [✓/X]
D) All of the above. [✓/X]


(4.19) Which of the following are Basic Firearm Handling Rules:
A) Treat all firearms as if they are loaded. [✓/X]
B) Always keep your finger on the trigger [✓/X]
C) You should never tell a Sheriff is you are carrying a firearm. [✓/X]
D) You should always hip fire, without aiming down the sights. [✓/X]


(4.20) A weapon should be considered loaded at all times. Which safety rules should you always follow?
A) Keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction. [✓/X]
B) Keep your finger out of the trigger guard. [✓/X]
C) Check to verify the loaded or unloaded condition of the firearm. [✓/X]
D) All of the above. [✓/X]


| Section V - Scenarios |(5.1) You are sitting in your trailer watching TV and you hear gunshots outside your house, a minute later you hear aggressive knocking on the door, what will you do? (75 words minimum)

(5.2) You bought a new house in Bone County and you managed to sell your old trailer in Red County, however you still have your licensed firearms inside your trailer, what will be the right way to transfer the firearms from your trailer to your new house in Bone County? (50 words minimum)

(5.3) You and your friend went hunting in the forest, your friend does not have any firearm permit and asks you to shoot the rifle after he spotted a deer, what will you do? (75 words minimum)

(5.4) You returned home from work and you noticed that your house has been broken into and your shotgun is missing from the wooden closet, suddenly you hear a door open from upstairs, your sidearm is on you, what will you do? (100 words minimum)


| Section VI - Declaration of Liability |
It is the responsibility of the San Andreas County Sheriff's Office to include a background check of all applicants for a firearm permit. This check could involve interviews with family members, neighbors, or co-workers, past and present. This check will include a check of your mental and physical well being both now and in the past. The law allows us to check complete criminal history, which includes local, state, and federal checks. Your signature below allows us to search any and all sources which contain information that would allow complete and accurate background investigation.

I also certify that all information on my firearm permit, and on this background information sheet, is true and accurate, knowing that any falsified information could disqualify me from obtaining the permit.

I also certify that the San Andreas County Sheriff's Office has the right to revoke my Personal Firearm Permit for any circumstance, with legal authority. If I fail to abide by state laws, or any regulations and protocols that are set out by the San Andreas County Sheriff's Office, I hereby consent to the revocation of my Personal Firearm Permit.

(( I also certify that the San Andreas County Sheriff's Office has the right to revoke my Personal Firearm Permit with a valid Out of Character reason.

I also certify that when taking the InGame quiz if the application gets accepted, the San Andreas County Sheriff's Office has the right to deny it for cheating when tabbing out to check the answers on the forums.))

I hereby release the San Andreas County Sheriff's Office and its employees from any and all liability arising from the above search for information. I have read and understood the statements under this declaration and authorize the Sheriff's to conduct an extensive background investigation.

Signature:
Date:


| ((Section VII - Out of Character Information)) |(7.1) RCRP Master Account Name: Answer Here
(7.2) RCRP Forum Name: Answer Here

(7.3) Account Names:
  • Name 1
  • Name 2
  • Name 3
  • Name 4
(7.4) Level 3+ Character (/stats):

(7.4.1) Attachment: show
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* Note that you must have atleast one other character that is level 3 before you apply.

(7.5) Have you ever applied for a firearm permit before?: Yes / No

(7.5.1) If yes, what happened to your previous firearm permit?: Answer Here

(7.6) Do you agree to the firearm permit protocols laid out in this thread:

Yes / No

(7.7) Do you agree that the Weapon Licensing Unit Command Team, SACSO Command Staff, and SACSO Executive Staff reserve the revoke your firearm permit at any time for IC reasoning?:

Yes / No


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[b](1.2) Last Name:[/b] Answer Here
[b](1.3) Gender:[/b] Male/Female

[b](1.4) Date of Birth:[/b] DD/MM/YYYY
[b](1.5) Age:[/b] Answer Here
[b](1.6) Nationality:[/b] Answer Here

[b](1.7) Residential Address:[/b] Answer Here
[b](1.8) Contact Number:[/b] Answer Here

[b](1.9) Next of Kin:[/b] Answer Here
[b](1.10) Next of Kin's Address:[/b] Answer Here
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[legend=#8B4513| Section II - Attachment of Documents |]#FFFFF[b](2.1) Photocopy of government-issued identification card:[/b]
[i](( Attach a screenshot of your '/licenses' in-game in the spoiler below along with /time, DO NOT edit the SS. ))[/i]
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[b](2.2) (Optional) Photocopy of government-issued badge:[/b]
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[legend=#8B4513| Section III - Permit Information |]#FFFFF[b](3.1) Firearm Permit Type:[/b] Class B

[b](3.2) Why do you wish to obtain a Conceal Carry Permit? (Minimum of 200 words):[/b]
Answer Here
[b](3.3) How do you plan to use your Conceal Carry Permit? (Minimum of 200 words):[/b]
Answer Here[/legend]

[legend=#8B4513| Section IV - Permit Qualification |]#FFFFF[b]Select all that are true in the spoiler below, you may tick more than one box per question. - You must score at least 16 out of 20 to pass this section.[/b]

[spoiler=Permit Qualification Questionnaire][b](4.1)[/b] While using your firearm, you notice that it is occasionally slam-firing (more than one shot despite only pulling the trigger once) – Before diagnosing the weapon, you should do which of the following?
[indent=5]A) Unload the gun and ensure it is safe. [✓/X]
B) Aim at the ground and fire a test shot. [✓/X]
C) Locate a member of the SACSO and get them to diagnose it instead. [✓/X]
D) All of the above. [✓/X][/indent]

[b](4.2)[/b] You are practicing at a shooting range and accidentally injure yourself with a misfired shot. What should you do after the occurrence of this event?
[indent=5]A) Secure the weapon to ensure it is no longer dangerous. [✓/X]
B) Call or get someone to call for an ambulance. [✓/X]
C) Notify the SACSO Weapon Licensing Unit regarding the accident. [✓/X]
D) All of the above. [✓/X][/indent]

[b](4.3)[/b] You have your firearm safely stored in your holster while out in public when someone comes up and snatches the firearm from you, and then runs off. What should you do?
[indent=5]A) Chase the thief and tackle them, taking the firearm back. [✓/X]
B) Call 911 immediately and notify them of the situation. [✓/X]
C) Notify the SACSO Weapon Licensing Unit that your registered firearm was stolen. [✓/X]
D) Do nothing and simply purchase a replacement firearm. [✓/X][/indent]

[b](4.4)[/b] You are at the shooting range and preparing to practice with your handgun, but you fear the gun may have been loaded with the wrong ammo. What should you do?
[indent=5]A) Fire a test shot at one of the targets. [✓/X]
B) Unload the gun immediately, changing the ammo if necessary. [✓/X]
C) Ask someone else to fire a test shot for you, and keep well out of the way. [✓/X]
D) None of the above. [✓/X][/indent]

[b](4.5)[/b] How often should you clean your firearm?
[indent=5]A) Every 3-4 months. [✓/X]
B) When you notice a decrease in the firearm’s performance. [✓/X]
C) When one or more parts of the firearm stop functioning correctly. [✓/X]
D) All of the above. [✓/X][/indent]

[b](4.6)[/b] What might happen if you limp-wrist (holding too low down on the grip) with your handgun?
[indent=5]A) The gun may malfunction. [✓/X]
B) Your accuracy will be greatly reduced. [✓/X]
C) You may injure yourself or others. [✓/X]
D) All of the above. [✓/X][/indent]

[b](4.7)[/b]You go out for some drinks with some friends after work, and you later realize you’ve been carrying your licensed firearm for the duration of the night. What should you do?
[indent=5]A) Notify the SACSO Weapon Licensing Unit and get further instructions. [✓/X]
B) Hand the firearm to a trusted friend so the incident does not occur again. [✓/X]
C) Keep the firearm in storage while you deal with the issue. [✓/X]
D) Do nothing. You did not hurt anyone. [✓/X][/indent]

[b](4.8)[/b] Your doctor has prescribed you a new course of medicine and you are unsure if you are safe to operate a firearm while taking it. What should you do?
[indent=5]A) Take only half of the usual dose. [✓/X]
B) Take more time to load, aim, and fire your weapon. [✓/X]
C) Practice after taking your medicine to see the impact. [✓/X]
D) Speak to your doctor or the SACSO Emergency Services Unit to find out more. [✓/X][/indent]

[b](4.9)[/b] You are on your way to the firing range when a small argument with another driver leaves you upset. What is the most appropriate thing to do in this situation?
[indent=5]A) Continue to the shooting range and continue as planned. [✓/X]
B) Take a short break to calm down before handling your firearm. [✓/X]
C) Go for a drink at a local bar instead of to the shooting range. [✓/X]
D) You are annoyed – continue to think about the incident that occurred. [✓/X][/indent]

[b](4.10)[/b] You have just bought your first licensed firearm and plan to store it at your house. What precautions must be taken?
[indent=5]A) The ammo and firearm should be stored separately. [✓/X]
B) The firearm and all subsequent parts should be stored in a secure, safe place. [✓/X]
C) You must notify all house guests that there is a firearm stored in the house. [✓/X]
D) The firearm should be kept out of sight and reach of children. [✓/X][/indent]

[b](4.11)[/b] One day, your friend asks you to look after their licensed weapon for 'a few days' – They do not provide any documentation alongside the firearm. What should you do?
[indent=5]A) As you have your license, take the firearm, and store it in your house. [✓/X]
B) Refuse. The situation could put you at risk on legal grounds. [✓/X]
C) Refuse, and notify the SACSO Weapon Licensing Unit of the situation. [✓/X]
D) None of the above. [✓/X][/indent]

[b](4.12)[/b] You fear a friend may be using their license for illegal purposes. What should you do?
[indent=5]A) Immediately notify the SACSO. [✓/X]
B) Immediately notify the SACSO Weapon Licensing Unit. [✓/X]
C) Talk to your friend and talk them out of it if your fear is true. [✓/X]
D) Do nothing. It is none of your business. [✓/X][/indent]

[b](4.13)[/b] Which of the following will help you improve your handgun skills?
[indent=5]A) Practicing the grip, the draw, and sighted dry fire with snap caps. [✓/X]
B) Practicing at the range once every month or as often as possible. [✓/X]
C) Using the same bullet weight and power as your carry loads. [✓/X]
D) All of the above. [✓/X][/indent]

[b](4.14)[/b]When the shooting starts, you should do which of the following?
[indent=5]A) Get into a weaver stance. [✓/X]
B) Go for a headshot. [✓/X]
C) Fire as fast as possible in the direction of the assailant. [✓/X]
D) Seek cover. [✓/X][/indent]

[b](4.15)[/b] What are some firearm rules that the San Andreas County Sheriff's Office outline?
[indent=5]A) Shotguns and Rifles may only be used for hunting in forestall areas. [✓/X]
B) Firearms are never to be used for anything apart from hunting. [✓/X]
C) You are able to shoot anyone who poses a threat to you or someone who scares you. [✓/X]
D) You may conceal carry automatic rifles within a duffle bag. [✓/X][/indent]

[b](4.16)[/b] If you shoot someone, which of the following might you expect?
[indent=5]A) To withhold any statements without your attorney present. [✓/X]
B) To undergo a criminal investigation. [✓/X]
C) To be the defendant in a ruinous civil suit. [✓/X]
D) All of the above. [✓/X][/indent]

[b](4.17)[/b] Which of the following situations are OK for handgun carry?
[indent=5]A) When just under the blood alcohol level legal to drive. [✓/X]
B) When taking over the counter or prescription drugs that impair. [✓/X]
C) When fatigued, emotionally upset, or distracted. [✓/X]
D) None of the above. [✓/X][/indent]

[b](4.18)[/b] In which of the following situations is a person prohibited from carry?
[indent=5]A) A felon or a person convicted of a violent crime. [✓/X]
B) Federal buildings, capitol area, courthouses, school buildings and activities. [✓/X]
C) Private business establishments that post "guns banned" signs. [✓/X]
D) All of the above. [✓/X][/indent]

[b](4.19)[/b] Which of the following are Basic Firearm Handling Rules:
[indent=5]A) Treat all firearms as if they are loaded. [✓/X]
B) Always keep your finger on the trigger [✓/X]
C) You should never tell a Sheriff is you are carrying a firearm. [✓/X]
D) You should always hip fire, without aiming down the sights. [✓/X][/indent]

[b](4.20)[/b] A weapon should be considered loaded at all times. Which safety rules should you always follow?
[indent=5]A) Keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction. [✓/X]
B) Keep your finger out of the trigger guard. [✓/X]
C) Check to verify the loaded or unloaded condition of the firearm. [✓/X]
D) All of the above. [✓/X][/indent][/spoiler][/legend]

[legend=#8B4513| Section V - Scenarios |]#FFFFF[b](5.1)[/b] [i]You are sitting in your trailer watching TV and you hear gunshots outside your house, a minute later you hear aggressive knocking on the door, what will you do?[/i] (75 words minimum)

[b](5.2)[/b] [i]You bought a new house in Bone County and you managed to sell your old trailer in Red County, however you still have your licensed firearms inside your trailer, what will be the right way to transfer the firearms from your trailer to your new house in Bone County?[/i] (50 words minimum)

[b](5.3)[/b] [i]You and your friend went hunting in the forest, your friend does not have any firearm permit and asks you to shoot the rifle after he spotted a deer, what will you do?[/i] (75 words minimum)

[b](5.4)[/b] [i]You returned home from work and you noticed that your house has been broken into and your shotgun is missing from the wooden closet, suddenly you hear a door open from upstairs, your sidearm is on you, what will you do?[/i] (100 words minimum)[/legend]

[legend=#8B4513| Section VI - Declaration of Liability |]#FFFFF[quote]It is the responsibility of the San Andreas County Sheriff's Office to include a background check of all applicants for a firearm permit. This check could involve interviews with family members, neighbors, or co-workers, past and present. This check will include a check of your mental and physical well being both now and in the past. The law allows us to check complete criminal history, which includes local, state, and federal checks. Your signature below allows us to search any and all sources which contain information that would allow complete and accurate background investigation.

I also certify that all information on my firearm permit, and on this background information sheet, is true and accurate, knowing that any falsified information could disqualify me from obtaining the permit.

I also certify that the San Andreas County Sheriff's Office has the right to revoke my Personal Firearm Permit for any circumstance, with legal authority. If I fail to abide by state laws, or any regulations and protocols that are set out by the San Andreas County Sheriff's Office, I hereby consent to the revocation of my Personal Firearm Permit.

(( I also certify that the San Andreas County Sheriff's Office has the right to revoke my Personal Firearm Permit with a valid Out of Character reason.

I also certify that when taking the InGame quiz if the application gets accepted, the San Andreas County Sheriff's Office has the right to deny it for cheating when tabbing out to check the answers on the forums.))

I hereby release the San Andreas County Sheriff's Office and its employees from any and all liability arising from the above search for information. I have read and understood the statements under this declaration and authorize the Sheriff's to conduct an extensive background investigation.[/quote]
[b]Signature:[/b]
[b]Date:[/b][/legend]

[legend=#8B4513| ((Section VII - Out of Character Information)) |]#FFFFF[b](7.1) RCRP Master Account Name:[/b] Answer Here
[b](7.2) RCRP Forum Name:[/b] Answer Here

[b](7.3) Account Names:[/b]
[list][*]Name 1
[*]Name 2
[*]Name 3
[*]Name 4[/list]
[b](7.4) Level 3+ Character (/stats):[/b]

[spoiler=(7.4.1) Attachment][img]-[/img][/spoiler]
[size=85]* Note that you must have atleast one other character that is level 3 before you apply.[/size]

[b](7.5) Have you ever applied for a firearm permit before?:[/b] Yes / No

[b](7.5.1) If yes, what happened to your previous firearm permit?:[/b] Answer Here

[b](7.6) Do you agree to the firearm permit protocols laid out in [url=https://so.redcountyrp.com/viewtopic.php?f=27&t=1475]this[/url] thread:[/b]

Yes / No

[b](7.7) Do you agree that the Weapon Licensing Unit Command Team, SACSO Command Staff, and SACSO Executive Staff reserve the revoke your firearm permit at any time with IC reasoning?:[/b]

Yes / No[/legend]


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