Better send a few bucks to our northern neighbors. Führer Trudeau and the great white parliament are planning to take all semis.They're getting my money, and I'm not an Oregonian. Infringement anywhere is infringement everywhere.
Maybe you'd consider donating even though you're not from Oregon. Not trying to be bombastic, but this fight is everyone's fight. If they get away with it here, they'll eventually take their madness to wherever you live. We need to fight together to stay strong.
This seems like a good idea to contact OFF for testimony letters that may be of help.It will be interesting to see if the State puts up a big fight against this or just lets the judge slap a temporary injunction on it. It would give them a good opportunity to figure out how they are going to implement this BS , while blaming the judge for going against the will of the slim majority.
Are they accepting letters/testimony from other FFLs on how this will effect their business if transfers are halted on Dec 8th?
I will let the experts handle it, I think the testimony should probably come from FFLs who's immediate business is most at risk. I have personally saw what a mess these FFLs are dealing with. If OSP halts background checks on Dec 8th the FFLs are going to be stuck with an unbelievable mess and have to reckon with a lot of unhappy customers who want their firearms.Maybe you can follow up with OFF and if OFF needs letters lots of people could be notified here and send asap to OFF?
....more and more, I'm believing that is exactly what the plan was. They can 'plan' all they want, but without the funding and personnel, it's going nowhere.I'm not seeing the state telling everyone that they need to stop buying/selling firearms because the certification process isn't up and running.
I'm not so sure there really is a plan at all. AFIK, it's not up to OSP to make a call either way. The executive department through the SoS made the call that the law goes into effect Dec 8th. I though the legislative branch needs to make the rules, but if they don't, I don't see how OSP can allow any change in possession without a permit since it's allready been deemed going into effect by SoS.....more and more, I'm believing that is exactly what the plan was. They can 'plan' all they want, but without the funding and personnel, it's going nowhere.