When talking with friends or colleagues who think background checks are "common-sense" solutions to gun violence that everyone can support - even gun owners - relate to them the following scenario. I bring my .22 caliber lever action rifle over to my friend's house one Sunday evening to show him the new engraving I just had done on the receiver. During our visit, I suddenly remember I need to stop into work right away so I can start a test that runs overnight and must be completed by Monday morning. Since taking my rifle home before heading into work would jeopardize getting my test completed on-time, and since my Company does not allow firearms on site - even if they are locked-up in the employee's vehicle, and since my friend has a valid concealed handgun license - meaning he has gone through a thorough background check, I decide to temporarily leave my rifle at my friend's house while I go to work for half an hour to start my test. Do you think what I've done is illegal? If not, then you are in disagreement with the Democrats that wrote the background check law here in Oregon. While I'm gone, my friend calls the police to report that I have transferred my firearm to him without doing a background check. Do you think I'll be arrested? If not, do you think my friend and I should play out this scenario to find out?