Last accessed: giffords.org/lawcenter/state-laws/machine-guns-automatic-firearms-in-oregon/ Holders of a hidden handgun licence may bring loaded hidden weapons into K-12 public schools unless the school district prohibits the practice. Undercover handgun license holders are no longer allowed to bring weapons into the Oregon State Capitol. The Portland Public School District prohibits people with a secret carrying license from carrying firearms in Portland public schools. (Source) Requires domestic perpetrators to surrender firearms when an injunction is issued Requires firearms owners to notify law enforcement agencies if their firearms are lost or stolen Penalties for illegal possession on or near school Background checks apply to immediate family members, including parents, in-laws, grandparents, spouses, life partners, siblings, children, stepchildren, grandchildren, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, first cousins and their spouses or partners. The law prohibits the sale or transfer of a firearm to any person who a person knows or ought reasonably to know is prohibited by law from buying or possessing a firearm. Blocks the public carrying of weapons on the grounds of the State Capitol and/or during political protests Get individual advice and ask your legal questions. Many Oregon lawyers offer free advice. Oregon has relatively loose gun regulations that allow open-top firearms and issue permits for concealed carrying. In addition, persons with an open carrying permit are exempt from any local firearms ordinances or restrictions (state law prejudges local ordinances). Background checks are done electronically at the point of sale, so there is no waiting time to buy a gun in Oregon.
Oregon prohibits anyone from knowingly possessing a machine gun unless it is registered under federal law.1 Regulates how firearms can be carried visibly in public, requires a permit, or completely prohibits open carrying Does not have a dangerous legal immunity law that prevents people from possessing weapons after being convicted of hate crimes, machine guns and automatic firearms. in Oregon, prohibits anyone from knowingly possessing a machine gun unless it is registered under federal law. Federal law generally permits the possession of machine guns manufactured before May 19, 1986, provided they are registered. [Editor`s Note: The Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence regularly updates its websites with new data as U.S. gun regulations evolve from state to state. The most up-to-date information on U.S. gun laws can be found at the Giffords URL below] Limits of Qualified Immunity, a Legal Shield for Police Officers Accused of Civil and Constitutional Violations Some gun regulations come from the federal government, but the passage and enforcement of gun control laws is primarily the work of the states. Laws governing the purchase and use of firearms vary from state to state and often reflect regional traditions and attitudes toward firearms. Some states require a license to purchase a firearm, including a waiting period for a background check, while others have very few restrictions. Note: State laws can always change through the passage of new laws, decisions of higher courts (including federal decisions), voting initiatives, and other means. While we strive to provide the most up-to-date information available, please consult a lawyer or conduct your own legal research to review the state laws you have studied.
Extreme Hazard Protection Orders (ERPOs): ERPOs allow family members, household members and law enforcement officials to prevent tragedies by asking a court to temporarily suspend a person`s access to firearms. Petitioners must provide documented evidence that a person is harming himself or herself or others. www.courts.oregon.gov/forms/Documents/ERPOApplyInstr.pdf It is illegal for a person to possess a firearm if he or she is under 18 years of age, has been convicted of a crime, has been convicted by a juvenile court of a crime which, if committed by an adult, would constitute a crime or violent offence, has been declared mentally ill and has been committed by the Ministry of Social Services, or are subject to an order of the Ministry of Social Services prohibiting them from possessing a firearm for mental reasons. Illegal possession of a firearm is a Class A offense.  Open carrying of firearms (Giffords Law Center information): Oregon does not prohibit the open carrying of handguns or long guns on the person in public. Requires officers to identify and remove illegal weapons Allows law enforcement agencies (and often family members) to seek a court order to temporarily prevent anyone in crisis from gaining access to firearms. prohibits domestic offenders from possessing weapons while subject to short-term emergency orders Federal law requires machine guns to be registered with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives (ATF) and generally prohibits the transfer or possession of machine guns manufactured after May 19, 1986.2 In December 2018, the ATF has adopted a rule to include bump stocks in the definition of a machine gun, which is subject to this federal law. This means that bump stocks will be banned in general as of March 26, 2019.3 Safety standards: Oregon does not require weapons to meet safety standards.