This looks really good to me. The proposed changes are in bold:
https://sos.oregon.gov/elections/Documents/irr/text-petition-2020-008.pdfThe People of Oregon amend their Constitution to add The Common Firearms Act(new amendment in bold):
Article I, Section 27. Right to bear arms; military subordinate to civil power.
The people shall have the right to bear arms for the defence [sic] of themselves, and the State, but the Military shall be kept in strict subordination to the civil power[.]
Section 27b. (1) The right to bear arms includes the ability to acquire, possess, use, or transfer common firearms for self-defense. Laws regulating firearms may not place unreasonable burdens or special liabilities upon the right to acquire a common firearm for self-defense, or to keep it in a readily available operable state for self-defense within one's home, when carriedupon one's person or when temporarily transferred to another person for a lawful purpose.
(2) "Common firearms for self-defense" are firearms that enable persons to defend themselvesor others with reliable precision and include those firearms and compatible ammunition magazines that were not subject to civilian purchase restrictions as of July 1, 2018, in Oregon, other than mandatory background checks. "Common firearms for self-defense" also includeany functionally similar models of firearms, mechanical actions, or magazines developed thereafter, so long as such items are not subject to civilian purchase restrictions under federallaw at the time of purchase. "Common firearms for self-defense" do not include devices subjectto purchase restrictions by the National Firearms Act, such as machine guns, short-barreled rifles or shotguns, other destructive devices, nor do such firearms include any firearm accessories or modifications used to enable or mimic automatic firing, including but notlimited to "bump stocks." No firearm shall be excluded from the definition of a "commonfirearm for self-defense" because it utilizes a semiautomatic action, a threaded barrel, thecapacity to mount an accessory feature that is otherwise legal for civilian ownership under federal law, or a grip or stock configuration that is not designed to mimic automatic firing.
(3) This section does not prevent the authority of the state or its authorized subdivisions to enforce firearm regulations in effect as of July 1, 2018, or any regulations enacted thereafter that are specifically limited to regulating the acquisition, possession or use of firearms by: (a) minors (b) non-citizens; (c) persons under arrest, pre- or post-conviction state supervision or those with prior felony convictions; (d) those under domestic violence restraining orders or other court orders limiting access to or possession of firearms following notice to the individual and an opportunity to be heard before a judge of the Circuit Courts; (e) those who have had their possession of or access to firearms temporarily limited pursuant to legal processes designed to determine if they pose a serious risk to self or others; (f) those adjudicated to be mentally defective, incompetent or a serious risk to self or others, or those involuntarily committed to a mental health facility; (g) those who carry or use firearms in public, or (h) anyone prohibited from possessing firearms under federal law.
(4) Nothing in this section expands the authority of the State or any of its political subdivisions to regulate firearms, nor limits any other rights otherwise retained by the People of Oregon under Article I, Section 27.