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    I will be applying for a Non-res permit in Umatilla County soon and was wondering if anyone has experience in this neck of the woods and what Sheriff Trumbo's attitude toward CHL is in general.
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    Can't say on Umatilla but Grant County Sheriffs has said "bring your non-res applications" you will be approved if you pass the background.
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    "SnarlyWino wrote:
    I will be applying for a Non-res permit in Umatilla County soon and was wondering if anyone has experience in this neck of the woods and what Sheriff Trumbo's attitude toward CHL is in general.
    I have a non-resident permit issued by Umatilla County. I applied for it in August of 2009.

    I called for an appointment and went down, brought my checkbook and filled out required paperwork. When submitting my request I used the following letter. I was issued the permit with no further work or question

    " RE: Application for non-resident Oregon license to carry concealed handgun
    Sheriff Trumbo,
    I am applying for a non-resident Oregon license to carry a concealed handgun. I have been a resident of Washington for 24 years, and been around firearms all my life. I currently hold a Washington State CPL, and paperwork is pending for my Utah CHL. I have taken a firearms safety class from a certified NRA instructor. I travel through many parts of Oregon doing business as a tourist and have friends within the State. I also have been looking in to the possibility of moving for economic reasons. I am a firm believer in the right to protect oneself and their loved ones. I would prefer to request that you consider my application on grounds of self defense. I appreciate your time.

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    How about the sheriff in the cities of Ontario, and Vale, they are close to Boise Id. and I want to have a permit from Oregon, I travel from Boise to Yakima and I have to travel trough Oregon, From Boise to Clarkston Wa. takes to long. I have a permit from Wash. and Idaho.

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    Nebulis01 wrote:
    I have a non-resident permit issued by Umatilla County. I applied for it in August of 2009.

    I called for an appointment and went down, brought my checkbook and filled out required paperwork. When submitting my request I used the following letter. I was issued the permit with no further work or question

    " RE: Application for non-resident Oregon license to carry concealed handgun
    Sheriff Trumbo,
    I am applying for a non-resident Oregon license to carry a concealed handgun. I have been a resident of Washington for 24 years, and been around firearms all my life. I currently hold a Washington State CPL, and paperwork is pending for my Utah CHL. I have taken a firearms safety class from a certified NRA instructor. I travel through many parts of Oregon doing business as a tourist and have friends within the State. I also have been looking in to the possibility of moving for economic reasons. I am a firm believer in the right to protect oneself and their loved ones. I would prefer to request that you consider my application on grounds of self defense. I appreciate your time.

    Thank you,
    Thanks Nebulis, that is just the info I was looking for.
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    My understanding, only adjoining counties in Idaho and Nevada will be issued permits in Malhuer County.

    Try John Day, Grant County.

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