Oregon 2019 Firearms Legislation

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. Here is a repost of proposed firearms legislation from an email by David Brock Smith. You can make comments to the appropriate committees by following the links, clicking on the committee, and clicking on 'submit exhibit'. This may not be complete, I don't see one submitted directly by Kate Brown, but I will look for it.


2019 Firearms Legislation

HB 2251 HB2251 2019 Regular Session - Oregon Legislative Information System

No modern firearms for draft age Oregonians. Extends background check delays to 30 days. More.

HB 2287 HB2287 2019 Regular Session - Oregon Legislative Information System

Firearms safety training for schools. A knock off of a ballot measure written by OFF and oddly introduced by anti-gun House reps.

HB 2291 HB2291 2019 Regular Session - Oregon Legislative Information System Establishes tax credit against personal income taxes for purchase of qualifying gun safes or locking mechanisms.

HB 2298 HB2289 2019 Regular Session - Oregon Legislative Information System

Modified CHL reciprocity.

HB 2479 HB2479 2019 Regular Session - Oregon Legislative Information System

Increases CHL fees at the request of the Oregon Sheriffs Association.

HB 2505 HB2505 2019 Regular Session - Oregon Legislative Information System

Trigger locks. Liability for 4 years. (IP 44 in legislative form)

HB 2546 HB2546 2019 Regular Session - Oregon Legislative Information System

Tax credit for background check fees. The sponsor (Paul Evans) is anti-gun. This will be his token to the gun owners he attacks.

HB 2705 HB2705 2019 Regular Session - Oregon Legislative Information System

Establishes a “voluntary” “Do Not Sell” list. Allows a person to add his or her name to a list of people who may not buy firearms.

HB 2929 HB2929 2019 Regular Session - Oregon Legislative Information System Bans use of “bump stocks.”

HB 2950 HB2950 2019 Regular Session - Oregon Legislative Information System Allows subtraction from federal taxable income for purchase of qualifying gun safe. Takes effect on 91st day following adjournment sine die.

HB 3054 HB3054 2019 Regular Session - Oregon Legislative Information System Creates crime of unlawful discharge of a firearm. Punishes by maximum of six months’ imprisonment, $2,500 fine, or both.

HB 3149 HB3149 2019 Regular Session - Oregon Legislative Information System Allows gun dealer or person transferring firearm at gun show to establish minimum age of at least 21 years of age for purchase of firearms. Creates exemption from antidiscrimination statute for enforcement of laws governing purchase of firearms by persons under 21 years of age and enforcement of policies that impose age-based restrictions on purchase of firearms in place of public accommodation.

HB 3151 HB3151 2019 Regular Session - Oregon Legislative Information System Directs Department of State Police to conduct study on reporting of attempted unlawful firearm transfers and present report on findings to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to judiciary on or before September 15, 2020

HB 3223 https://olis.leg.state.or.us/liz/2019R1/Measures/Overview/HB3223 Requires person who owns assault weapon on effective date of Act to register assault weapon or take other specified action within one year of effective date of Act. Defines terms. Punishes violation by maximum of $2,000 fine, or by maximum of six months’ imprisonment, $2,500 fine, or both, for second and subsequent convictions. Prohibits manufacture, transfer or possession of assault weapon except in specified circumstances. Punishes by maximum of 364 days’ imprisonment, $6,250 fine, or both

HB 3265 HB3265 2019 Regular Session - Oregon Legislative Information System Prohibits possession of large-capacity magazine 180 days after effective date of Act. Specifies manner in which person must alter or dispose of large-capacity magazine currently possessed by person. Prohibits use of large-capacity magazine upon effective date of Act.

SB 5 SB5 2019 Regular Session - Oregon Legislative Information System

Imposes strict liability on shooting ranges and shooters for rounds that leave the property and cause injuries. Allows the city or county where the range is located to be sued if city or county failed to regulate the range after they had notice that a “dangerous condition” existed. “Dangerous condition” is not defined.

SB 87 SB87 2019 Regular Session - Oregon Legislative Information System

Raises minimum age to purchase firearm or “firearm component” to 21. Allows gun dealers to impose any minimum age over 21. Defines firearm component (among other things) as anything that “enhances the shooting accuracy of a firearm.” Requested by former BOLI chair Brad Avakian.

SB 275 SB275 2019 Regular Session - Oregon Legislative Information System

Mandatory lockup and liability. Basically IP 44 in legislative form.

SB 322 https://olis.leg.state.or.us/liz/2019R1/Measures/Overview/SB322

Allows sheriffs to issue CHL’s to persons in adjoining counties. This would help people like the residents of Wheeler County when their sheriff and all deputies quit.

SB 323 https://olis.leg.state.or.us/liz/2019R1/Measures/Overview/SB323

Reciprocity for CHL holders of states that recognize Oregon CHL’s.

SB 481 https://olis.leg.state.or.us/liz/2019R1/Measures/Overview/SB481

Requires that a person who demanded your firearms be confiscated be informed if they are returned.

SB 501 https://olis.leg.state.or.us/liz/2019R1/Measures/Overview/SB501

Requires permit to PURCHASE firearm. Bans mags over 5 rounds. Requires trigger locks. Limits ammo purchase to 20 rounds a month. Requires background checks for ammo purchases. Imposes waiting period or 14 days.

SB 539 https://olis.leg.state.or.us/liz/2019R1/Measures/Overview/SB539

Bans use or discharge of exploding targets, tracer ammunition or fireworks on land owned by public body during periods established by certain State Forester declarations relating to fire danger.

SB 646 https://olis.leg.state.or.us/liz/2019R1/Measures/Overview/SB646 Exempts transferee who is certified participant in Address Confidentiality Program from private firearm transfer criminal background check requirement.

SB 697 https://olis.leg.state.or.us/liz/2019R1/Measures/Overview/SB697 Exempts transfer of firearm to museum from criminal background check requirement for private firearm transfers.

SB 781 https://olis.leg.state.or.us/liz/2019R1/Measures/Overview/SB781 Allows injured person to bring civil action against city or county that fails to regulate discharge of firearms on private property after having notice of dangerous condition.

SB 801 https://olis.leg.state.or.us/liz/2019R1/Measures/Overview/SB801 Authorizes public schools to provide firearm safety and accident prevention class to all students in first grade. Declares emergency, effective on passage

SB 817 https://olis.leg.state.or.us/liz/2019R1/Measures/Overview/SB817 Creates crime of unlawful storage of firearm. Punishes by maximum of 364 days’ imprisonment, $6,250 fine, or both. Punishes second and subsequent convictions by maximum of five years’ imprisonment, $125,000 fine, or both. Requires gun dealers to post notice concerning obligation to store firearms in safe manner. Prohibits sale, delivery or transfer of firearm to person convicted of unlawful storage of firearm for five-year period after conviction. Punishes unlawful sale, delivery or transfer by maximum of 364 days’ imprisonment, $6,250 fine, or both.

SB 925 https://olis.leg.state.or.us/liz/2019R1/Measures/Overview/SB925 Restricts CHL holders from schools and airports. 5 years in prison for violation.



Best,



David Brock Smith
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Thank you for the list. This I feel is the next big problem. Court of public opinion of firearm owners. The trash word was ripped off.
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In the 50's there was a national campaign against littering. That education is still with me. We also still had the Ten Commandments, which included 'Shall Not Kill'. That education is also still with me. Though I am not particularly religious. The point being, education/indoctrination from a young age is effective. They need to put back the 'Shall Not Kill', just don't say it came from Moses!!
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In the 50's there was a national campaign against littering. That education is still with me. We also still had the Ten Commandments, which included 'Shall Not Kill'. That education is also still with me. Though I am not particularly religious. The point being, education/indoctrination from a young age is effective. They need to put back the 'Shall Not Kill', just don't say it came from Moses!!
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agreed but with one caveat
ALL the indoctrination on children has to stop immediately ! ITS A DISGRACE
educate OUR children like the responsible adults were are supposed to be and they will be smart enough to no right from wrong....

they do not need indoctrination we need to try going back to education....it worked and no safe spaces or participation trophies were required

unless you think your children are stupid :eek: then by all means be satisfied with the current indoctrination and worthless education we are paying for
 
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agreed but with one caveat
ALL the indoctrination on children has to stop immediately ! ITS A DISGRACE
educate OUR children like the responsible adults were are supposed to be and they will be smart enough to no right from wrong....

they do not need indoctrination we need to try going back to education....it worked and no safe spaces or participation trophies were required

unless you think your children are stupid :eek: then by all means be satisfied with the current indoctrination and worthless education we are paying for
I agree with your point, in spirit. But indoctrination in MORAL PRINCIPLES is a benefit to society. As opposed to maybe 'gender confusion'. Just Sayin'. :s0160:
 
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indoctrination is not an education, its one point of view programed, an education is all points of view presented and we as critical thinking beings can make our own decisions...not what the programmers believe the we SHOULD BE THINKING

blue koolaid is proving bad for our health
 
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Here is text of HB2251, introduced by Kate Brown:
"Defines "assault rifle." Prohibits transfer of handgun or assault rifle to person under 21 years of age.
Punishes violation by maximum of 364 days' imprisonment, $6,250 fine, or both. Restricts transfer of firearm by gun dealer or private party if Department of State Police is unable to determine whether recipient is qualified to receive firearm. Authorizes transfer after 30 days as long as gun dealer or transferor does not know or have reason to believe recipient is disqualified from completing transfer. Provides that person subject to certain court protective orders is prohibited from possessing firearms if person had opportunity to be heard on order and failed to request hearing. Punishes violation of prohibition by maximum of 364 days' imprisonment, $6,250 fine, or both. Requires court to order relinquishment of firearms when person is convicted of certain domestic violence offenses or subject to certain court orders. Requires person to transfer firearms within 24 hours of court order and to file affidavit within 48 hours of court order. Requires hospitals to submit data concerning patients with injuries caused by firearms to Oregon Health Authority and to electronic emergency medical services data system managed by authority. Creates crime of endangering a minor by allowing access to a firearm. Punishes by maximum of 364 days' imprisonment, $6,250 fine, or both. Prohibits possession of firearm by person convicted of endangering a minor by allowing access to a firearm for five-year period after conviction. Creates process for obtaining relief from prohibition. Provides that minor may lawfully possess firearm only with permission of parent or guardian. Prohibits transfer of firearm to person convicted of endangering a minor by allowing access to a firearm for five-year period after conviction. Requires permission of minor's parent or guardian for temporary transfer of firearm to minor. Requires gun dealer to post notice concerning obligation to prevent minors from accessing firearm without consent of minor's parent or guardian. "

Please note the bold, underlined wording. "Creates Crime of endangering a minor by allowing access to a firearm".

Does this mean you are a criminal if you teach you kids or grandkids to shoot?? If you have comments, please make them to the appropriate committee via OLIS, or directly to the legislators. :s0160: This is just as important as 501!!
 

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