:huh: Ok guys I have a question I am having a hard time finding the answer to. If anyone can help and has any info (preferably with links) that would be great! Background info: I am new to firearms in general. I never had anyone to teach me about them and I am learning everything as I go. I am in my early 30s and starting from the point of knowing nothing. I took a concealed handgun safety class today at the Multnomah county sheriff office. During the class he said that anyone who has ever been convicted of a offence involving any schedule one substance, can not get a permit. I should have asked him my question, but I thought I could find the info on google. I have not found a answer yet. When I was 18 I was convicted of misdemeanor possession of marijuana. Marijuana is a schedule one substance. My question is, will this keep my CHP from being approved? Also more importantly does this bar me from legally owning a firearm? I know you can not if you are a felon, but in my case this was a misdemeanor that happened when I was more or less a kid well over a decade ago. I never got it expunged, and it does not even show up on most background checks. I find it very hard to believe that this could legally prevent me from owning a firearm. If anyone can help with any info that would be great! Thank you so much in advance!