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Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by catracer83, Jan 15, 2013.
cant read it could you post a link please?
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I may be looking for a house in Linn County soon
thanks so much.....what a good man
Seems like a Good LEO.
I only have a couple problems....He can "Help" keep the citizens and their families safe and the citizens are not "His".
Everything else is spot on!
Now all we need to do is convince all the other sheriff's to follow suit... I'd be amazed if the same could be said of Seattle or Portland CLEO...
My wife just emailed me this, she saw it on Facebook. Just unreal. This guy has my support and Im not even a OR resident. Just fantastic.
Maybe I should drive down to Albany to get my CHL instead of Multnomah, just to give him some more revenue.
He was just on Lars Larson and said he has had a positive response from other sheriffs in the sheriff's association.
Unfortunately, under current Oregon law, you have to go your county of residency...
Wow - lot of respect for that man!
I suggest contacting them. Their website has no mention of issuing to residents of other states. They may not accept your application.
Residents in bordering states can go to any county they wish that chooses to issue to them.
Don't know the man, but I like him! Sounds like Sheriff Joe down in Arizona.
That is a very impressive letter. The last two paragraphs are great.
Don't want to thread jack to much but this is from the FAQ on linnsheriff.org
If I live out of state, can I get a license?
The statues allow the sheriff to waive the residency requirement for residents of a bordering state (Washington, Idaho, Nevada, or California). You must have a compelling business interest or other legitimate demonstrated need. This need must be put in a letter addressed to the Sheriffs Office and you must bring it at the time of application. You also need a letter from your states Mental Health Division showing that your name does not appear in their database. The only exception is for Washington residents as their database is available to our office.
OFF also confirms Linn County will issue to out state folks.
Off: On Sept 12 2012, Linn County informed us that they also will issue non- resident CHL's
My bad, I thought you were a Multnomah County Resident.
That is why I voted for him! Good man Great LEO.
Glad to see a Sheriff standing up for his county. I plan on contacting my county sheriff about his position on the matter. I think if enough residents show support for the Linn county sheriff's position, a lot of others will follow his lead.
I think this could be the way we see it play out... All the big cities, PDX, Seattle, and so on, their counties are largely liberal, I see most of the sherrifs outside of these three counties feeling the same way. So really when it all comes to a head, all we have to do is leave for friendly counties.
Glad I still have a place to go back to in Jackson county.
That is awesome! I am going to forward that to the marion county sheriff