Hey everyone, I have read a lot of widespread complaints about the BS associated with Oregon running it's background checks through OSP, and the complete and utter lack of service there. The Oregon background check's lack of service and difficulties are well documented across multiple Oregon Firearms rights websites I've encountered, and honestly... I don't know anyone who thinks the system is particularly amaing. So, as most people seem to feel, there isn't a lot of good legislation coming down the pipeline for gun-ownership, but what if we could take this opportunity to throw OSP background checks under the bus and get back to the federal background check system? It wouldn't be all that hard to do to get public sentiment against the "shoddy Oregon state background check system" over "The more robust and comprehensive federal background check system", especially if we tossed in a "The Oregon State Background check only checks against criminal records, not mental health records maintained in the federal system". As we all know from politics, none of this nescessarily has to be true. Lies in politics is like cheese on pizza. So, what's the general opinion of everyone? Ditch OSP background checks and start working on throwing them under the bus?