Folks, I'm not sure if this is posted or not, but given the posting asking the question about can non-citizens purchase guns, I'm not sure if this has been made clear or not. Non-US citizens under no circumstances can possess a firearm in Washington State without an Alien Firearms License, nor can they be issued a Washington Concealed Pistol License. AFL's have not been issued since 2006 due to a spat between the State's Department of Licensing and the FBI. Even before this spat, Oregonians and residents of other states could not get an AFL (they had to reside in Washington for two years). There is currently a legal challenge against the AFL statute that was filed by Second Amendment Foundation. http://saf.org/viewpr-new.asp?id=281 http://saf.org/legal.action/wa.alien.resident.lawsuit/wa.alien.resident.complaint.pdf I have very high confidence that this law will get struck down, either in district court or in the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. Oregon also has some provisions which are likely unconstitutional, such as a 6 month residency requirement and a declaration to ICE that you are intending to become a US citizen (which might get one deported under certain circumstances). It is likely that the AFL challenge may give us as gun owners some case law to challenge those provisions in Oregon. So again: NON CITIZENS SHOULD NOT BRING THEIR GUNS TO WASHINGTON.