Even before Orlando we already had the Governor and the Oregon AG having secret meetings with gun control groups, so we know it's coming. I'll do my part to prevent it, but the odds are that the Democrats will hold their near super majority in Oregon, and Bloody Kate will be elected Governor. Oregon Gov, AG Hold SECRET MEETINGS With Gun Grabbers (https://www.northwestfirearms.com/threads/oregon-gov-ag-hold-secret-meetings-with-gun-grabbers.217799/) I have some portions of Denis C. Theriault's pre Orlando article below that will give us an idea of what's coming: ..."House Majority Leader Jennifer Williamson, D-Portland, wants to revive a measure that would limit default gun sales when background checks take longer than expected, after the bill earned tepid support and died in the Senate last month."" ..."Advisers for Gov. Kate Brown and Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum huddled with advocates in separate meetings Thursday to hear about executive actions they might take without legislative approval. Brown, up for election this year, had already vowed to "explore" that possibility last month." ..."And Senate Majority Leader Ginny Burdick, D-Portland, at a forum hosted by the Oregon Alliance for Gun Safety, reiterated her support Wednesday for enacting gun-violence restraining orders. That idea, already in place in California, would create a court-sanctioned mechanism for removing guns from people believed to be at risk of harming themselves or others." ..."In the session's first week, lawmakers killed a bill by Sen. Floyd Prozanski, D-Eugene, that would have banned the sale of a gun for 30 days if someone warns authorities the would-be buyer might be in a mental health crisis." ..."And Williamson, using her clout as one of the House's top two Democrats, fought hard but failed to pass her bill on default gun sales. House Bill 4147 was dubbed the "Charleston loophole" bill, named for a mass shooting at a Charleston, S.C., church that killed nine. The suspected gunman was allowed to purchase his weapon even though his background check slipped past the three-day window. Clerical errors kept an inexperienced investigator from learning, within the waiting period, that the suspected gunman had disqualifying drug offenses." ..."Williamson brought in the daughter of a Charleston victim. She also agreed to amendments that extended Oregon's current waiting period for gun sales from three days to 10, after initially asking to make buyers wait as long as it took for their checks to come back." What the heck else is out there - does anybody have insight into their 2017 wish list? I'm anticipating some sort of "assault weapon" ban, magazine limitations, etc. It's coming, folks, we need to get our eyes open and be ready.