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Oregon Concealed Carry Laws

Oregon Gun Laws

  Open Carry: No state restrictions
  Duty to Notify Law Enforcement: Only when asked by the officer
  State Parks: Oregon permittees may carry concealed handguns in parks.
  Restaurants Serving Alcohol: No specific regulation. Same as any other private property.
  Firearms at Colleges: Concealed guns allowed by law, but schools limit locations/who carries
  Firearms at K-12 Schools: Loaded handguns allowed in vehicles ONLY if you have an Oregon permit.
  Magazine Capacity Limitations: No state restrictions
  Suppressor Ownership: No state restrictions
  Vehicle Possession by Non-Permitees: Loaded handguns only allowed if visible on belt holster. Any handgun that is BOTH readily accessible and not visible is prohibited.
  Firearm Law Uniformity: There is a state preemption statute but it allows local regulation of loaded gun carry.
  Permit Training Requirements: Applicants must complete a simple handgun safety course in person. No live fire required.
  Permit Issuing Authority: County Sheriff
  May/Shall Issue: Shall Issue
  State Contact Info: Oregon Attorney General
1162 Court St NE
Salem, OR 97301
  Length of Permit Validity: 4 Years
  Permit Application Process: Complete a qualifying class and present your certificate at your county sheriff's office. Fill out the application and pay the fee.
  Non-Resident Permits: Non-residents of adjacent states may apply if they have their home state permit first.
  Places Off Limits:
  Constitutional Carry: No
  Resident Permit Reciprocity:
  Duty to Retreat: No Duty to Retreat
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