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    Does owning real estate really make you eligible for an OR CHL?

    Ordinarily, a person who does not have their primary residence in OR or one of its surrounding states cannot obtain an OR CHL. However, I read something in OR law that appears to say that, for purposes of being eligible for a CHL, a person is considered a resident of an OR county if they own real property in that county. Notably, it didn't specify if any particular type of structure must have been erected thereon, so theoretically an empty lot would qualify. Is it really that case this would allow persons who are not residents of the aforementioned states to obtain an OR CHL?

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    Except, see 166.291 (9)(c). From https://www.oregonlegislature.gov/bi...013ors166.html

    (9) For purposes of subsection (1)(c) of this section, a person is a resident of a county if the person:

    (a) Has a current Oregon driver license issued to the person showing a residence address in the county;

    (b) Is registered to vote in the county and has a voter notification card issued to the person under ORS 247.181 showing a residence address in the county;

    (c) Has documentation showing that the person currently leases or owns real property in the county; or

    (d) Has documentation showing that the person filed an Oregon tax return for the most recent tax year showing a residence address in the county.
    That said, according to handgunlaw.us some County Sheriffs are not as pro-gun as others, so you may need to pick & choose your county...
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    Quote Originally Posted by JustaShooter View Post
    That said, according to handgunlaw.us some County Sheriffs are not as pro-gun as others, so you may need to pick & choose your county...
    So you'd agree with my interpretation of it? I wonder if any OR CHL has actually been issued under this set of facts.

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    Yes, owning/leasing land qualifies you for the shall-issue permit.

    Residents of neighboring states are in may-issue status, and we are the ones who have to pick a pro-gun sheriff and stand in a long line when we do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by randian View Post
    So you'd agree with my interpretation of it? I wonder if any OR CHL has actually been issued under this set of facts.
    Yep, that's how I read it - if I had occasion to do so, I'd give it a shot. Perhaps someone with direct knowledge will enlighten us further...
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    Quote Originally Posted by MAC702 View Post
    Yes, owning/leasing land qualifies you for the shall-issue permit.

    Residents of neighboring states are in may-issue status, and we are the ones who have to pick a pro-gun sheriff and stand in a long line when we do.
    wasn't there a WA resident who shared a request letter out here on the forum to one OR sheriff which provided rationale to the OR sheriff to get a OR concealed permit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by solus View Post
    wasn't there a WA resident who shared a request letter out here on the forum to one OR sheriff which provided rationale to the OR sheriff to get a OR concealed permit?
    Not sure I understand what you are saying. There are several OR counties with sheriffs that are known to issue with no hassles to neighboring residents. Josephine and Grant Counties are two of them, I believe. I think Grant is the one I was going to apply to, as I was in nearby Deschuttes County at the time. They had a waiting list of several months to come in to apply.
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    found the letter the wa forum member put out here...

    compelling-need-letter.pdf

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