During a CHL class, taught by a volunter Sgt, a couple statements were made that have been echoing in my head. 1. He stated that an assistant DA once told him that although you may not be prosecuted criminally for a self-defense shoot, there is a 100% chance that a civil suit would be brought against the shooter. What are your thoughts on this comment? 2. (a bit more complicated) He also stated that Indian reservations do not recognize an Oregon CHL and you must obtain permission from a tribal judge in order to carry concealed on an Indian reservation. So, I'm wondering if anyone has ever attempted to obtain permission from a tribal judge. I've looked at the Warm Springs rules, and they only specifically apply to "Indians" as stated in the rules. But here's a scenario. You have a concealed handgun and launch a driftboat just off Highway 26 at the ramp in Warm Springs. You are now carrying concealed in tribal land. Float away, your under BLM jurisdiction. Float under the bridge, on one side of the river, your in BLM jurisdiction, on the other side, you're on tribal land. While floating - still BLM. Looking for comments and thoughts on the implications here. Thanks!