BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
What documents do I need to buy a gun?
Either a current California ID or Drivers License
A current firearm safety certificate
***If your Drivers License or ID says "Federal Limits Apply" you would need to bring in additional documents such as a valid U.S. passport or U.S. birth Certificate.
If buying a handgun you will also need a “Proof of Residence” such as;
CA DMV Vehicle Registration
Utility Bill (Gas bill or water and power bill)
Landline telephone bill
Residential lease bill
Cable TV or cable internet bill (hard wired internet, not wi-fi)
CCW permit with CA address
Active, reserve, or retired peace officer credentials
Guard card/Exposed firearm permit
DMV disabled placard permit
Government issued license, permit or registration with an expiration date or date of validity (such as a CA DMV auto registration)
***Any bills used must be current within 90 days
***If the address on your ID is different from your current address, the proof of residence needs to be government issued such as CA DMV vehicle registration
If your ID or Driver License says FEDERAL LIMITS APPLY, you must bring one of the following;
•Valid, unexpired U.S. passport or passport card
• Certified copy of U.S. birth certificate
• Certification of Birth Abroad (FS-545), Certification of Report of Birth (DS-1350) or Consular Report of Birth Abroad of a Citizen of the United States of America (FS-240), issued by the U.S. Department of State
• Valid, unexpired foreign passport with valid U.S. immigrant visa and approved Record of Arrival/Departure (I-94) form
• Certified copy of birth certificate from a U.S. Territory
• Certificate of Naturalization or U.S. Citizenship
• Valid, unexpired Permanent Resident Card
If the name on your ID or Driver License is different from your name on one of the documents listed above you must bring in one of the following;
• An adoption document that contains the legal name of the applicant as a result of the adoption. • A name change document that contains the applicant’s legal name both before and, as a result of, the name change.
• A marriage certificate.
• A dissolution of marriage document that contains the legal name of the applicant as a result of the court action.
• A certificate, declaration or registration document verifying the formation of a domestic partnership.
• A dissolution of domestic partnership document that contains the legal name of the applicant as a result of the court action.
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