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Thread: best place to get a oregon cpl?

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    which sheriffs office is the best for a resident of king and clallam counties?

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    ask in the Oregon forum

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    just wondered if anyone here has gotten one from either county and where they went

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    Last I heard BooBoo was that Washington County was one that would accept personal defense as a legitimate reason.
    "A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity."

    "though I walk through the valley in the shadow of death, I fear no evil, for I know that you are by my side" Glock 23:40

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    Boo Boo wrote:
    just wondered if anyone here has gotten one from either county and where they went
    Multnomah County Sheriff's Office was really friendly when I asked for mine. I was a part of a privatesecurity detailand that might have made a difference. Again, they were friendly to me and to my coworkers.

    Here's the link. Good luck!

    http://www.mcso.us/public/concealed_handgun.htm

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    yeah i was looking at them. I know they have a firearms class tuesday nights so i might go down before my windows class on wed. just not sure yet

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    As I said, very friendly staff. Ran into silly little issuesin the county directly East (I wont name names...) Our detail was detained for looking suspicious. Yes, we had liased with them several weeks ahead of time and continued up till the event. They didn't like all the similar looking (Rental) SUV's cruising along I-84.

    Sorry, venting...

    Again, good luck!

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    well if its anything like http://www.hoodriversheriff.com/

    they can't maintain a website actually works and the picture looks like its from the 50's

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    Boo Boo wrote:
    well if its anything like http://www.hoodriversheriff.com/

    they can't maintain a website actually works and the picture looks like its from the 50's
    Oddly enough, that's where we had problems...



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    My father in law applied in Hood River because he has family there but they turned him down – and his brother in law is the Fire Chief!

    I applied to Washington County and was accepted. I don't know what minimum requirements they have for out of state, as I provided both family and business interest in Washington County. Very friendly people there, and Rob Gordon the sheriff in charge of the CPL dept seems to be a very standup guy.

    One tough thing about Oregon CPL is that if your address changes, your CPL is invalid until you update your address. And you must appear in person to change the address, not by mail even for nonresident CPLs, and that department is open only M-F.

    But of course it's still very much worth it =)

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    Multnomah, hands down.

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