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Discussion in 'Legal & Political Archive' started by civilian75, Feb 11, 2011.
Just got this from the NRA
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.
So.....how many states don't use the ncis or what
I went last time at 1:15 (NRA) said it started at 1:30.
And wouldent you know it the time was changed to
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
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.
Anyone know when we will find out whether the HB3002 passes?
so what can we do to help this pass? go to the hearing? write someone?
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?
My guess for the lack of support is simply because 3002 is not taking any of our
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.
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.
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?
What is considered loaded? One in the chamber? Magazine or cartridge in the rifle?
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.
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.
Do you know what their definition of an ATV is? UTV the same ? Dual Sport Bike? Golf cart? John Deere?
Not sure. Since I have a Yamaha Wolverine I knew the law applied to me.
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:
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?
Does anyone know how and when we can find out if either of these bills passed?