Okay, so I have a question I'm pretty sure has been discussed here before, but since the search function is down again, I'm having trouble finding any threads that discuss it. I also know this may even be a sensitive topic for some folks. And note, this question is based under the current law, not under the potential SB 941 UBC law. You'll pardon my lack of knowledge in this particular area, but I'm curious, I seem to recall it's currently possible for a private citizen in Oregon to conduct a background check through the state system, without going to an FFL. I found an 800 number for the state system, but even that wasn't really clear on the process for a private citizen. I normally ask for both and ODL and CHL if I'm selling a pistol. It's my part for doing some diligence to keep a gun out of a potentially prohibited person's hands. But usually it happens that someone will contact me that doesn't have a CHL and they still want to purchase it anyway. I'd like to offer a BGC as an option if they really want to purchase what I have, but I'm not sure exactly how to do that if it comes up. For my own peace of mind, I won't sell a pistol without either a CHL or a BGC. I know not everyone will agree with me on that. It seems there is a $10 fee for a private citizen to run one just like it would be for an FFL, is that correct? If so, do you just call them with a credit card to pay that fee? What information will they ask you? Thanks for your input folks.