YES! And it is good news!
A memo went out to certified CCW trainers across Orange County spelling out the changes. OCGO wanted to make sure you saw the news.
The Sheriff's memo reads:
Effective immediately, the OCSD CCW Licensing Unit will be implementing the following changes:
Modifications are allowed for CCW listed handguns so long as the gun and all parts/modifications
are legal in the State of California
. All previous restrictions on modifications to slides, triggers, cerokote, etc. can be disregarded.
See DOJ Guidelines for further info.
- The responsibility for the legality of firearm and it’s parts/accessories lies solely with the owner/applicant.
- Any violations or failure to adhere to state laws/regulations will result in immediate suspension and/or revocation of license.
NORMAL CAPACITY MAGAZINES.
If your magazine is legal, you can carry it in your carry gun. The Orange County Sheriff's department is NOT limiting your carry gun to 10 round magazines. There is currently an injunction on the law that bans possession of magazines that hold more than 10 rounds.
The gun must be registered in the State of California.
- Can be registered to the applicant or spouse/domestic partner.
- Must be DROS (FFL A&D check outs are not acceptable).