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From Oregon Firearms Federation
Early this morning we were notified that Judge Karin Immergut has denied our motion to delay the implementation of Ballot Measure 114.
She did agree with the state’s request to delay the permitting process for 30 days. A process the state assured the court will be ready by Thursday.
That will provide no protection for anyone who currently owns a standard capacity magazine or anyone who owns a common shotgun which will now be contraband.
It also does nothing for anyone waiting to take possession of a firearm they paid for but have not received, if that gun comes with a standard magazine.
Furthermore, come Thursday even security guards and off duty police will be breaking the law if they are in possession of a standard magazine.
This is a lengthy (and obviously disappointing) decision and we will have more information soon. But for now, unless something really unexpected happens, understand that your rights will be, once again, seriously eroded starting Thursday.
From OFF. the latest update on 114
Read it on their website direct.
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Posted Dec 4, 2023
From OFF, the Oregon Firearms Federation:The most recent 114 activity. (Hear more in our Monday 12/5 podcast.) Gothe the site for the full story.
According to a report on KVTL, News 10:
In a statement released over the weekend, Jackson County Sheriff Nate Sickler said in part, "We will not spend time and resources investigating who has obtained magazines that have a capacity over 10 rounds after this measure takes effect."
Thank you Sherriff Sickler for your clear and level headed thinking.
December 7, 2022 will be the last day to purchase the following:
· A firearm equipped and sold with a magazine holding more than 10 rounds
· Any magazine with a capacity greater than 10 rounds
· Any firearm if the purchaser does not have a valid Oregon Firearm Purchase Permit
AS OF DECEMBER 8, 2022
· A valid Oregon Firearm Purchase Permit will be required to purchase ANY firearm
· At this time there are no known law enforcement agencies issuing the Oregon Firearm Purchase Permit
· The new Oregon Firearm Purchase Permit may require live fire training before a permit will be issued
State background checks delays are possible and may impact your ability to take possession of a firearm before December 8, 2022.