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HB2506 CC on All-terrain with OR CHL & HB3002 non-resident with CHL to CC in OR

Discussion in 'Legal & Political Archive' started by civilian75, Feb 11, 2011.

  1. civilian75

    civilian75 Hillsboro, OR Well-Known Member

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    Just got this from the NRA

     
  2. drew

    drew OR Well-Known Member

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    I would love to see both of these pass. Oregon's lack of reciprocity regarding concealed firearms hurts CHL holders because reciprocity would allow them to carry in a number more states.
     
  3. FORKLIFT252

    FORKLIFT252 Oregon Active Member

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    So.....how many states don't use the ncis or what
    ever?
    I went last time at 1:15 (NRA) said it started at 1:30.
    And wouldent you know it the time was changed to
    1:00...???
    This time they say 1:00.Ill be their at 12:30.....
    But I'll bet a silver piece thay will bump to 1:30

    I would rather not have to cary a CHL but if I must
    do all CHL states do that backround stuff thay are
    talking about?
     
  4. drew

    drew OR Well-Known Member

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    I can't think of any that issues a permit without that check. Some use the permit as a basis for avoiding a waiting period because the person has already passed a check.
     
  5. 4Freedom

    4Freedom Boise, Idaho Well-Known Member

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    Anyone know when we will find out whether the HB3002 passes?
     
  6. yotehunter

    yotehunter north west Active Member

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    so what can we do to help this pass? go to the hearing? write someone?
     
  7. FORKLIFT252

    FORKLIFT252 Oregon Active Member

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    For a NW issue there sure aint much buzz.....
    When I went last time they had it in the smallest
    hearing room thay could fined(50 peeps only).

    I would think that 200-300 folks showing up would
    help....even though all wouldent get in most could
    watch the monitor.

    I don't know who you would talk to....congressmen,senitor?

    So is it agreed that most if not all states use the NIBC?
     
  8. RIABnd1t02

    RIABnd1t02 Corvallis New Member

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    My guess for the lack of support is simply because 3002 is not taking any of our
    rights away.

    My question is about 2506. I ride concealed. To my understanding I am perfectly legal
    unless I am at a location that doesn't permit like certain Parks or wild life reserves or others that I care not to lookup. Since when does it matter what I am riding? I will have to look up the HB.
     
  9. EZLivin

    EZLivin SW of PDX Well-Known Member

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    Unfortunately it is illegal in Oregon to carry a loaded gun (concealed or otherwise) when riding an ATV (even with CHL). Doesn't matter where; if it is in Oregon it is illegal.
     
  10. FORKLIFT252

    FORKLIFT252 Oregon Active Member

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    The fact that we need to obtain a CHL
    is loss of rights...
    If one has a CHL in Ore. One best get on bored
    I would get my UT.CHL but time,money and the
    idea that I need to get a permit to protect
    my self and family....in the USA...."shall not be
    infridged" I think that's how it go's.

    It's funny how someone thought up"aaaa..no loaded
    hand guns on ATV's ....:laugh:
    So how about it?
    We all show up at 12:30 on the capital steps?
     
  11. RIABnd1t02

    RIABnd1t02 Corvallis New Member

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    What is considered loaded? One in the chamber? Magazine or cartridge in the rifle?


    J
     
  12. EZLivin

    EZLivin SW of PDX Well-Known Member

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    I checked it out last year when we bought ATVs. Can't remember the link, but what I came away with is that a loaded magazine had to be removed from the gun, and nothing in the chamber of course. So I just keep everything in an easily accessible tank bag.
     
  13. DoubleTapDrew

    DoubleTapDrew Oregon Well-Known Member

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    Oh no! They are starting to use common sense in Salem!
    What will protect us from the hordes of drive-by ATV shootings?
    I hope both of these pass.
     
  14. RIABnd1t02

    RIABnd1t02 Corvallis New Member

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    Do you know what their definition of an ATV is? UTV the same ? Dual Sport Bike? Golf cart? John Deere?

    J
     
  15. EZLivin

    EZLivin SW of PDX Well-Known Member

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    Not sure. Since I have a Yamaha Wolverine I knew the law applied to me.
     
  16. cwegga

    cwegga Helena, MT Active Member

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    If I remember from when it came up the law was pretty broad. I think it included most everything used offroad. I think it was because of how they define all terrain vehicles by weight.

    Now I got curious and had to look it up:

     
  17. RIABnd1t02

    RIABnd1t02 Corvallis New Member

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    I think this law is absolutely rediculous. I will definitely be supporting both of these but would like someone else's opinion. When it says "Off-Highway", that mean not licensed for the road? Correct? That means it would be OK to carry loaded on licensed and registered dual-sport classIII all-terrain vehicle. According to the definitions of the law?

    J
     
  18. 4Freedom

    4Freedom Boise, Idaho Well-Known Member

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    Does anyone know how and when we can find out if either of these bills passed?