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    Oregon OC Pamphlet

    It seems to have been lost in the forum move. Could someone with a copy please re-post it or send it to me in an email?

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    Then let me know and I will sticky it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nebulis01 View Post
    It seems to have been lost in the forum move. Could someone with a copy please re-post it or send it to me in an email?

    Thanks

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    Oregon Pamphlet

    Here is the OR pamphlet:
    Last edited by gogodawgs; 08-04-2010 at 09:54 PM. Reason: removed for updated pamphlet later in the thread
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    Thanks! This might make my trip down there for the 4th a bit easier. It'll be the first time I've used my Oregon CHL, I want to be fully prepared for a LEO encounter.

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    Thanks for the Pamphlet!

    Thanks for the pamplet.

    I will be visiting Bend in a week and needed a one-stop device to get my research headed in the correct direction.

    I am now specifically looking for the ORS that allows a non-resident of Oregon, who is legally allowed to possess a handgun in CA, to open carry or transport a handgun in Oregon.

    Also, do I need to lock-up the handgun if it is not openly carried in my car?

    I will be reading ORS statutes until I find the answer, unless someone knows the pertinent sections.

    Markm

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkBofRAdvocate View Post
    Thanks for the pamplet.

    I will be visiting Bend in a week and needed a one-stop device to get my research headed in the correct direction.

    I am now specifically looking for the ORS that allows a non-resident of Oregon, who is legally allowed to possess a handgun in CA, to open carry or transport a handgun in Oregon.

    Also, do I need to lock-up the handgun if it is not openly carried in my car?

    I will be reading ORS statutes until I find the answer, unless someone knows the pertinent sections.

    Markm
    You won't find an ORS allowing a non resident to OC or transport. The applicable ORS are 166.250 which details what is prohibited and 166.360/370 which define and discuss carry in certain places (public buildings, courts, etc.).

    If the weapon is concealed within the vehicle it must be unloaded or "not readilly accessible". There is case law on the definition of readilly accessible but if it's in the trunk, locked in a case, etc. you should be okay. However, if it is loaded, there is case law in Oregon that now defines the interior of your vehicle as "public place" so without a CHL if you're in a town which restricts loaded carry, you can be cited for loaded and visible in the car as well.

    In addition to the city info in the pamphlet that was attached to an earlier post, check my next post in this thread where I will place some information that I've been digging up the last month of so in an attempt to more fully identify local restrictions. There are a few that aren't in the pamphlet and a few clarifications.

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    I've been doing a bunch of research in the last month or so on local firearms restrictions and have found a few that aren't in the pamplets that I've seem posted here, nor on my pamphlet. I've also included a few clarifications on local restrictions that are mentioned in the pamphlets.

    Keep in mind, that while a locality might have an ordinance in violation of state law, it can be a hassle to "sort it out" in the courts. Some may have old ordinances, others may have them simply to harass and keep carriers "at bay". Use your judgement.


    Astoria 5.010(A) No carry in park, loaded or not

    Corvallis Transit system code of conduct
    III.7 No firearms w/out CHL – no unloaded provision

    Dallas 5.100 isn’t applicable to OC but the below section is:
    5.104 Loaded w/out CHL prohibited in city parks – does NOT state magazines/clips/speed loaders not attached must be empty.

    INDEPENDENCE
    9.24.1 (B) No loaded or unloaded carry in parks w/out CHL

    NEWPORT
    8.20.005 Loaded carry w/out CHL prohibited.

    OREGON CITY
    9.24.020 (A) No loaded or unloaded carry in parks w/out CHL
    9.24.020 (B) No loaded carry w/out CHL
    9.24.020 (E) Must allow officer to examine weapon on person or in vehicle
    No CHL exception to this provision

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    carrying in oregon

    your private property ( personal vehicle) is a public place, you all need some new law makers!!

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    Oregon pamphlet update

    I updated the Oregon pamphlet with We-the-People's updated info. I had to axe the graphic on the 2nd page, but added the text back in. The cities were alphabetized.

    Any other suggestions?
    Last edited by Puddin99; 08-04-2011 at 12:25 AM. Reason: Removing attachment. See blow post for new version.

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    Looks good.

    How do we get the stickied post on "ban cities" updated? I posted in that thread but last I checked the additional cities hadn't been added.

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    Pre-printed?

    Has anyone made extras of these pamphlets that they would like to unload? I would be willing to pay for the cost of printing and shipping.

    If not, doesn't anyone have a recommendation for a Portland/Vancouver area printer that can make these for us fairly inexpensively in the ~500 unit range?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thebastidge View Post
    Has anyone made extras of these pamphlets that they would like to unload? I would be willing to pay for the cost of printing and shipping.

    If not, doesn't anyone have a recommendation for a Portland/Vancouver area printer that can make these for us fairly inexpensively in the ~500 unit range?
    I'm pretty sure folks are just printing them as they need them, on their personal computers. I know I go through a bunch of them at school but it's not that bad.

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    Is the original creator of this pamphlet still around? Or can we update the information on the pamphlet (such as web addresses)?

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    I believe it was Puddin99. Send him a PM with the changes you think are needed.

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    Suggestion I have for the pamphlet is to tailor one for black and white printing. The current one has colored text that becomes difficult to read when printed as black and white. I'm not sure if anyone is actively working on the current one so I'll try working on it a bit.

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    The only change I could recommend is updating the web addresses on the back page.

    Using a PDF editor, should be easy enough to change text colors. I print some just to keep the color print heads in my printer workin. (the print heads are seperate from the ink)

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    I have my own that is done up in MS Word that is easier for me to edit. Works decently for B&W printing which is how I print most of them.
    "The Second Amendment speaks nothing to an unfettered Right". (Post # 100)
    "Restrictions are not infringements. Bans are infringements.--if it reaches beyond Reasonable bans". (Post # 103)
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    What were the spelling errors? I was just about to post new verions with the updated URL and color/bw.

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    Oregon Firearm Ordnances to Oregon Firearm Ordinances

    That was the main one, the others were just MS Word grammar checking.

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    Wow, I'm not sure how that made it wrong for this long. Feel free to point out anything that needs improved. I don't want to think that I am the keepr of this pamphet. Anyone that wants the word doc's feel free to chime in. I just figured that we don't need a tone of different versions floating around.

    Here are the corrected spelling version, one in color and one in bw.

    Ken
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    The other one.
    Last edited by Puddin99; 04-07-2012 at 10:42 AM.

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    Ordnance is the proper spelling of the word. Ordinance is how the government screwed it up many years ago....which is quite fitting considering many ordinances.

    I may be a bit biased however as I was an Aviation Ordnanceman in the Corps. SMILE
    "The Second Amendment speaks nothing to an unfettered Right". (Post # 100)
    "Restrictions are not infringements. Bans are infringements.--if it reaches beyond Reasonable bans". (Post # 103)
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    Talking missinformation Ordnance vs Ordinance

    Quote Originally Posted by We-the-People View Post
    Ordnance is the proper spelling of the word. Ordinance is how the government screwed it up many years ago....which is quite fitting considering many ordinances.

    I may be a bit biased however as I was an Aviation Ordnanceman in the Corps. SMILE

    I had to google it since I never take anything at face value.

    So to be clear they're both are actual words that apply to two different meanings.
    Ordinance is a regulation/law/rule & Ordnance is munitions/ammo/weapons etc..

    I'd imagine an Ordnanceman worked with weapons? As opposed to writing Ordinances?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cobalt503 View Post
    I had to google it since I never take anything at face value.

    So to be clear they're both are actual words that apply to two different meanings.
    Ordinance is a regulation/law/rule & Ordnance is munitions/ammo/weapons etc..

    I'd imagine an Ordnanceman worked with weapons? As opposed to writing Ordinances?
    You would be imagining correctly. Ordnance has to do with munitions, explosives, weapons, and the like.
    Ordinance has to do with rules and regulations.

    I worked with weapons from the 9mm to 50cal full auto and hand grenades up to 2000 pound bombs, as well as the systems that controlled them and the aircraft that deliver them.
    "The Second Amendment speaks nothing to an unfettered Right". (Post # 100)
    "Restrictions are not infringements. Bans are infringements.--if it reaches beyond Reasonable bans". (Post # 103)
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    You guys rock! I'm transfering back to Ca. in 65 days and I plan on taking 30 days of leave back in Oregon. I have a .45 back home and chose not to bring it out here with me becasue Illinois has some of the most retarded gun laws I have ever seen. I fully plan on spending some quality time with my gun but was concerned about confrontation if I open cary. This will be my first open cary (insert "virgin" joke here) and honestly I'm a little nervous about it. I'm not big on confrontation but I took an oath to lay down my life defending the constitution and I'm going to get my monies worth, so to speak. This site and this OR OC Pamphlet make life a little easier. Thanks a million guys.

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