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Thread: OC carry in Grant county, eastern oregon

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    I'm in the USAF, stationed in Ga and come home on leave 2-3 times a year. From what i've read i should be able to carry on my side of the state with no problems, but i just wanted to hear if anybody had experience in grant county or clear over to the ID state border cause i fly into boise.

    I live in the tiny @$$ town of long creek. Most people don't know where that is so it's 40 mi N of John day and 90 mi S of Pendleton. Also i'm only 20 still, on OCDO maps it says age to OC is 18, is this correct. Long creek is pretty much surrounded by Maulher national forest and i spent a lot of time in the woods and mountains, I'm guessing there is no reg on those land either? Or BLM and wilderness areas?

    Its a shame oregon don't treat AD mil like georgia does, i have the same carry rights as LEOs down here on or off duty, one of the very few good things about this southeast state. a state without snow or mountains just isn't right.

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    Long creek!?!? I even know where that is! I can't speak for Grant County, but I have OCed ALL over Hermiston and some in Pendleton without incident. I don't see that Grant County would be much different. Someone I was talking to at the place I shoot was saying that when he was a kid, he OCed to his senior prom in Pilot Rock - nobody thought anything of it.

    As to the OC at age 18, just read ORS Chapter 166. http://www.leg.state.or.us/ors/166.html

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    neddis wrote:
    Someone I was talking to at the place I shoot was saying that when he was a kid, he OCed to his senior prom in Pilot Rock - nobody thought anything of it.
    Thats awesome, I never even thought of that, but i didn't start learning these things till i had an internet connect above 40k, in other until i left home and joined the mil.

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