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Oregon is a “shall issue” state.
Non-Resident permits are available.
The permit is valid for 4 years.
- Must be at least 21 years of age
- Demonstrate competence with a handgun
- Have your principal residence in the county application is filed in.
- Have your current address on your driver’s license
- Be a citizen of the US
- Have no legal condition that would prohibit you from possessing a firearm under either Oregon or Federal law.
- Have no outstanding warrants for your arrest.
- Not be an unlawful user of, or addicted to, a controlled substance.
- Not be on any form of pre-trial release.
- Not be required to register as a sex offender in any state.
- Have been discharged from the jurisdiction of a juvenile court for more than four years if you were under their jurisdiction for committing an act which, if committed by an adult, would have constituted a felony or a misdemeanor.
- Federal Law – Prohibits the following persons
- Complete a handgun training course.
- Download the application under FORMS, also available from the county Sheriffs office.
- Assemble all you documentation;
- Training course certificate
- Completed fingerprint card
- Completed application form
- Two forms of ID
- File your application at the county Sheriffs office where you reside. Some counties require you to make an appointment.
- You will be notified by mail if your application has been approved.
New Permits: $65
Transfer fee: $30
Accepted forms of payment
Check, Cash, Money order
WITH CONCEALED CARRY PERMIT
Where You Can Carry
- State parks
- State and national forests
- State wild life management area’s
- Road side rest areas
- All areas of the state – except those listed below
Where You Cannot Carry
- Posted private property where the owner prohibits firearms
- Posted private businesses
- State courthouses
- Correctional facility
- Any place where the carrying of firearms is prohibited by Federal Law.
Details on Oregon Gun Laws
The application for a concealed carry permit/license must be processed within 45 days of the application being received.
Oregon gun laws make no mention of informing law enforcement you have a weapon. The laws do state that you must have with you at all times you are carrying a firearm your permit and produce this when requested.
“No Weapons” signs are not mentioned in Oregon gun laws. There are no legal penalties for entering a private property or business that has posted these signs. They have no force of law unless they are posted in areas that are mentioned by the law as being off limits.
GunsToCarry recommends that you do not enter a property displaying a “No Weapons” sign whether the law is for or against signage. If asked to leave a property and you refuse to do so then you are breaking the law and put yourself at risk of being charged.
There are no state laws that ban the carrying of loaded firearms in a vehicle provided the firearm is not concealed or not readily accessible. But local governments can set their own laws on vehicle carry. So you would need to check the local regulations.
If you have a permit/licence then none of the above applies to you.
You are legally entitled to open carry. However, local governments can set their own laws for persons who do not have a permit/license and carry loaded firearms. So you must check up on the local laws before you open carry.
“Yes” or “No” states if you can carry in a restaurant that serves alcohol. Some restaurants may be posted with “NO GUN” signs. Check with the staff if this means just the bar area. If we have indicated a “Yes” then it should be legal to have a meal without drinking alcohol.
You are permitted to carry in state parks, state forests, WMA’s and roadside rest areas.
Get in Touch
Marion County Sheriff
Monday – Friday 8am – 5pm
Address 100 High St. NE,
Phone (503) 588-5094