Hello, I have an eligibility question related to getting my CHL in Oregon. I've read the laws regarding the mental health portion of eligibility but the way it's worded has me a little concerned I may not be able to get my license. I am bi-polar, and at one point I admitted myself to the hospital due to severe depression. Since that time I have found medications that work great for me, and I've waited until now (i'm 25) to purchase a handgun because I wanted to be 100% confident that I was ready to own one responsibly. I've shot dozens of guns, grew up around them, am extremely responsible in regard to gun handling and safety- and my rights around firearms are very important to me. I have never presented even close to any symptoms or personality traits related to violence or aggression, and pass federal level background checks with ease (I was a licensed insurance agent for some time.) I just get depressed sometimes and on one occasion after some unfortunate life events back-to-back, I was depressed enough that I felt that I would be safest to check myself into a hospital for a bit just in case. My understanding of this: "I have not been committed to the Department of Human Services under ORS426.130, nor have I been found mentally ill and am presently subject to an order prohibiting me from purchasing or possessing a firearm because of mental illness. If any of the previous conditions do apply to me, I have been granted relief or wish to petition for relief from the disability under ORS 166.274 or 166.293 or 18 USC 925 (c) or have had the records expunged." - is that i'm still eligible, because though I could be considered "mentally ill" I haven't ever been committed to a mental health facility against my will, nor ever been to court (other than for negotiating a speeding ticket) and I am not by any means a violent person. That "and" is what worries me. Thank you in advance for reading, I greatly appreciate anyone who takes the time to consider my post and assist me in getting some clarification around my question and hopefully a bit of peace of mind.