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Utah / Oreon concealed

Discussion in 'Legal & Political Archive' started by badnova, Jan 31, 2013.

  1. badnova

    badnova oregon New Member

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    Is the Utah concealed legal in Oregon?
    Mine is good for 2 more years
    I just noticed my Oregon concealed expired a year ago
    Do I have to go through the whole thing again or ????????
    Thanks
     
  2. deadeye

    deadeye Albany,OR. Moderator Staff Member

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    Oregon does not recognize any other states permits. As far as renewing yours it's a crap shoot if your county will require the whole process or not.
     
  3. Oathkeeper1775

    Oathkeeper1775 Coast Range Well-Known Member

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  4. Black Dog

    Black Dog Eagle Creek Or Active Member

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    If you still have your paper work that you took the class and passed you are good to go on that end. You will have to fill out some paper work and pay and you be on your way.
     
  5. Bowtie

    Bowtie Oregon City Member

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    Does anyone know or know of someone that that has been able to use another states CHL as proof of completing the required class and just filled out the paperwork and paid the county?
     
  6. drew

    drew OR Well-Known Member

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    If your training was taught by an NRA instructor or LE instructor and included a component on handgun safety, you should be fine.

    Here's the OR training requirement:
     
  7. BillM

    BillM Amity OR Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    FWIW, My wife's CHL had been expired for over a year. She went in to the sheriffs office, showed them the expired
    permit, paid the fee and renewed--no problem. Yamhill County.
     
  8. SturgeonSlayer

    SturgeonSlayer St.Helens Active Member

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    I took no classes to get mine, Not sure about any other county but Columbia accepts dd214's as proof of training.
     
  9. Bob D

    Bob D Oregon, Cascades Well-Known Member

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    If your DD214 shows evidence of handgun qualification, yes. If you were rifle-only, no. A medic friend of mine never qualified on the M9, and they turned him down.

    Could be the county though. - Clackamas
     
  10. Oathkeeper1775

    Oathkeeper1775 Coast Range Well-Known Member

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    Yamhill County; come-on in conservatives, "the water is fine"!

    "I hear" they accept DD214s and other military records if the word "pistol" is mentioned. Sheriff Crabtree also stated that he will keep CCW records private.... so I hear. :thumbup:

    Depending on where you received your HG training, you may still be in their database.
    I had a list of authorized/acceptable training, but I gave it to my dau.
     
  11. Bowtie

    Bowtie Oregon City Member

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    Columbia county will be the one I have to apply in, I currently have my AZ chl (moved back to OR in 2011) and AZ required an 8 hour class that included a live fire section. I know that there is no reciprocity on the permit, but I am hoping that they will accept the permit as proof of already having completed the training.
     
  12. Scoundrel

    Scoundrel Western Wasington State Member

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    This does not exactly answer your question but it is close. I live in WA. I took a single class that qualified me for Oregon and Utah. I sent away for the Utah permit by mail, and drove to Oregon to apply for the permit there. I had to do some research to discover which county in Oregon would be receptive to me doing this, since I do not live in OR. I ended up at Columbia County, which allows out of state people to apply for CHL if they submit a letter explaining why they want one, and that they frequently enter or pass through Oregon.

    Since different states have different training requirements, and it can vary widely even within one state, there can be no 100% answer to your question. My recommendation to you is that you pick up the phone and call the places you'd like to obtain the permit from, and ask their policies/requirements. You'll learn very quickly who is friendly/helpful and who is not, and what the real procedures are, regardless of what policies may be posted on websites.

    As an example, the first county I called in Oregon not only disallowed out of state permit applications, but they also refused to tell me which counties would allow it. They were openly hostile to me on the phone. Columbia county was friendly and helpful.
     
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    Bowtie Oregon City Member

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    When I called, the person I spoke to couldn't answer my question and basically said, submit and see if it flies. I asked here just to see if by chance someone else has gone the same route as I have.
     
  14. SCARed

    SCARed Vancouver, WA Well-Known Member

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    For Washington county, I had let my permit lapse and didn't renew. That was in 2004. I went in last year and reapplied. They considered it a renewal and didn't ask for any other info. I've since moved to Washington State and applied thru Wash. County for a Non-resident permit. Again everything from before applied and I got it without any issues.
     
  15. Cidian

    Cidian Redmond, OR Member

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    Deschutes county is very friendly to out of state applications. I have several friends that live in Washington that have got there permits in Deschutes county.
     
  16. deen_ad

    deen_ad Vancouver, WA Well-Known Member

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    I've had my OR permit from Multnomah County since I first got it many years (and renewals) ago. At that time you had to take the OR approved course, have a letter from the WA Health Dept that your weren't and adjudicated mental case, a letter from your employer stating it was OK to have a permit, and a letter stating why you wanted it (as I remember). Training was done in a room at the Sheriff's office. Letter from the Health Dept was no problem, just had to request it, letter from employer was easy since I had a business, same with the letter as to why I wanted it.
    As I remember this last renewal I just needed a letter with the reason stated.