Good idea bringing it up with the representatives. That's a pretty weird gray area that should probably be adressed. At first i was thinking that it must just be about the same as having a gun in a vehicle without a permit - either plainly visible or not readily accessible. But then that wouldn't really make much sense as it would pretty much necessitate keeping your guns under lock and key 24/7 or else keeping them in the open. Afterall, behind the backseat or in the trunk is pretty clearly not readily acessible in vehicle, but in, say,a dresser drawer is just as accessible as anything else in your house. Hmm... I'm not gonna lie - I don't think I'll be changing any behavior over this one.
I'd like to see Oregon adopt policies similiar to Georgia's (I'm stationed at Ft. Benning) on the matter. In Georgia, anyone 18 andupis allowed to conceal a weapon in their home, vehicle, or place of business (And I'm pretty sure you don't even have to own or operate said business, you could just be an employee. I'd have to check on that one but I remember something saying that you don't actually even have to notify your boss unless they have a "no firearms" policy or something. I'd have to check on that one though.) That seems pretty reasonable to me.
Georgia actually also grants anyone with a military I.D. more
carry rights than someone with a CHL, and not just in the line of duty, which is awesome for me. Definitely going to take advantage of that after I bring some of my guns back from leave.