Oregon - What's the problem with reciprocity??

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    Oregon - What's the problem with reciprocity??

    Someone tell me why Oregon doesn't honor other states permits?

    I would love to visit Oregon.. (AND SPEND MONEY!!!) ..... but my CO resident permit, and my UT non-resident permit doesn't work in Oregon.

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    Out of idle curiosity I'd like to know as well.

    If you are resident of a state that touches Oregon you can apply for an Oregon permit. According to OR law, you must show a 'compelling need', and county sheriff's may then issue you one. I'm making a long drive in two weeks to do so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alienbogey View Post
    Out of idle curiosity I'd like to know as well.

    If you are resident of a state that touches Oregon you can apply for an Oregon permit. According to OR law, you must show a 'compelling need', and county sheriff's may then issue you one. I'm making a long drive in two weeks to do so.
    Thanks alienbogey..... Sounds like OR is a "may" issue BUT only for those who's state touches Oregon........ I wonder what anti-gun bureaucrats that of that..

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    CT doesn't do reciprocity either
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    Well, I hope no other States honor theirs! That way they can't travel and feel protected either!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram25 View Post
    Well, I hope no other States honor theirs! That way they can't travel and feel protected either!
    Well...14 states do recognize our permits...but 12 of those accept all states' permits.

    Unfortunately, a large portion of our population is in the NE corner of the state and part of the Seattle to Portland liberal enclave.

    The rest of us do what we can to overcome the libs up north, but have been unable thus far to get this particular facet of our laws made right. We do have OC everywhere but in the Portland area that is accepted quite easily.

    You can believe me when I say that every permit holder that I know supports full recognition...so why do you wish us ill?
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    I simply do not spend tourist money in any state that does not have reciprocity with my state. Nor do I do online business with a company in those states either.

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    Arizona recognizes ALL other states permits...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpencerB View Post
    Arizona recognizes ALL other states permits...
    A permit is no longer required in Arizona.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azchevy View Post
    A permit is no longer required in Arizona.
    True, but there are still benefits to having the permit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alienbogey View Post
    Out of idle curiosity I'd like to know as well.

    If you are resident of a state that touches Oregon you can apply for an Oregon permit. According to OR law, you must show a 'compelling need', and county sheriff's may then issue you one. I'm making a long drive in two weeks to do so.
    Wherever you are going, unless you know about this tidbit already, you're probably going to the wrong place :)

    http://oregonfirearms.org/alertspage...9%20alert.html

    I went here, and it was really easy (I already had my NRA cert for my Nevada permit). The people there are really friendly, and they have a "shall issue" policy, even though state law says "may issue" for nonresidents.


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    Quote Originally Posted by PaxMentis View Post
    Well...14 states do recognize our permits...but 12 of those accept all states' permits.

    Unfortunately, a large portion of our population is in the NE corner of the state and part of the Seattle to Portland liberal enclave.

    The rest of us do what we can to overcome the libs up north, but have been unable thus far to get this particular facet of our laws made right. We do have OC everywhere but in the Portland area that is accepted quite easily.

    You can believe me when I say that every permit holder that I know supports full recognition...so why do you wish us ill?
    I absolutly agree with this! I live in Portland and unfortunately it's quite the Anti haven and also controls most of the state vote due to population.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandman1212 View Post
    I absolutly agree with this! I live in Portland and unfortunately it's quite the Anti haven and also controls most of the state vote due to population.
    I think it's the proximity to California. . . I'm just glad you're a buffer between Cali and WA :-D Keep up the good work. . .

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    Unfortunately, a large portion of our population is in the NE corner of the state and part of the Seattle to Portland liberal enclave.
    NE?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3dfxMM View Post
    NE?
    Northeast...I guess I thought the "corner" would give it away.
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