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Old 11-27-2018, 7:06 PM
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Smile OREGON non resident, clackamas, washington, yamhill

why did i choose these 3 counties to inquiry? because they are close to portland and that is where I land my private jet.
Yamhill
Clackamas
and Washington County Oregon..

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I will keep looking for counites where I can land my jet at, instead of driving my 1984 Pinto to closer counties near the california boarder.. FYI

It's not as easy as we think! California seems easier..

Has anyone had luck with other counties besides Klamath or Lake?

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why did i choose these 3 counties to inquiry? because they are close to portland and that is where I land my private jet.
Yamhill
Clackamas
and Washington County Oregon..

Status as of 11/27/2018

I will keep looking for counites where I can land my jet at, instead of driving my 1984 Pinto to closer counties near the california boarder.. FYI

It's not as easy as we think! California seems easier..

Has anyone had luck with other counties besides Klamath or Lake?

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I have been told Klamath and Grant Counties are the two best. Klamath requires an appointment and they are about 4 months out last I heard.
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Linn Co. (Albany) Very friendly.
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I went thru Lake County, Oregon. Look back around September 20th, 2018 for my post of the trip in this Non Resident CCW section.

Easy to walk in and without having an appointment/ check first with Heather the only Civil Division Deputy to make sure that she will be in the office when you want to apply.

After I applied - I received my Oregon Non-Resident Concealed Handgun License in 36 days plus mail time... Costs $65.00, you get fingerprinted, and bring the required paperwork...


link to the Lake County Sheriffs Office in Lakeview, Oregon home page.

http://www.lakecountyor.org/government/sheriff.php

Here is the link to the CHL application form...

http://www.lakecountyor.org/lakecoun...n_Fillable.pdf


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I used Klamath county. Yes, you have to make an appt but they are very non res friendly and extremely fast in issuance. Mine was 14 days from application to card in the mail.
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I did Klamath but I have heard good things about Lake.

You can land your jet at Klamath you just need to call ahead so they mow the runway and drive off the Moose.
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Klamath runway is 2 miles long. Watch out for F15's.
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in all seriousness, i can't the drive method because my wife would ask me why we are stopping at a police station.. as for Portland and surrounding counties? I visit here often and we always fly.. obviously not my jet, but it's more of a rental jet.. lol..

wonder what rules are for conceal carry while flying your private jet in a state you don't have permission too..
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I thought this letter from the Sheriff in Jackson County was informative. Not great news for Californians, but he is honest.

http://jacksoncountyor.org/sheriff/S...hod=attachment
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Linn Co. (Albany) Very friendly.

This was experience as well...



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I have a good friend in Amity (Yahmill) and started my search there. The immediate counties expressly stated they did not issue out of state. Polk County did not mention either way so I emailed them. They said they did with a letter from the Sheriff and wanted to know why I chose Polk County to apply. As I was typing my response I got an email from the Sheriff. I explained that my friend lived in Amity and that I travelled by car to and from Oregon several times a year for work with expensive propriety equip and that I also held a CA CCW. He sent me the letter I needed to apply.

I applied in person on Aug 23rd with some extremely nice people at the Sheriff's office in Dallas, OR. I received my 'CHL' yesterday Sept 9.

I signed up for my Real ID 3 days before my Oregon CHL and still have not received it.

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Grant county is the place to go. Gets my thumbs up.
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Has anyone tried or heard anything about Curry County?
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Has anyone tried or heard anything about Curry County?
Ever use google?

http://www.co.curry.or.us/2017%20CHL...yer%202011.pdf
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I was asking if anyone has had any first hand experience in applying in Curry County, but thanks for the classic google search response.

One can only assume they do not issue non resident permits when reviewing this document hence my request for some first hand information.

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I was asking if anyone has had any first hand experience in applying in Curry County, but thanks for the classic google search response.

One can only assume they do not issue non resident permits when reviewing this document hence my request for some first hand information.
No on Curry or Josephine Counties... Curry County is just north of me across the border, and it was no way, Jose - according to them.


That is why those of us up North go to Klamath (where you have to make an appointment months in advance), or do a walk in application in Lake (where I went see above), or Grant Counties for applying for your Non-Resident Oregon Concealed Handgun License.
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No on Curry or Josephine Counties... Curry County is just north of me across the border, and it was no way, Jose - according to them.


That is why those of us up North go to Klamath (where you have to make an appointment months in advance), or do a walk in application in Lake (where I went see above), or Grant Counties for applying for your Non-Resident Oregon Concealed Handgun License.
Thank you for the information. I'll be in Gold Beach later this weekend, but guess I won't be trying. I'll have to plan a trip to Klamath County in the near future.
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Thank you for the information. I'll be in Gold Beach later this weekend, but guess I won't be trying. I'll have to plan a trip to Klamath County in the near future.
Do a search in this section for the contact info for Klamath County Sheriff's Office, because the last I saw there was about a 4 month wait on appointments to apply for a Non-Resident Oregon CHL there.

That is why I drove an additional 100+ miles and went to Lakeview, Oregon - Lake County Sheriff's Office for a walk in application. In my post above from 11 months ago, I included the links for the Lake County Sheriff's Office CHL application.
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Do a search in this section for the contact info for Klamath County Sheriff's Office, because the last I saw there was about a 4 month wait on appointments to apply for a Non-Resident Oregon CHL there.

That is why I drove an additional 100+ miles and went to Lakeview, Oregon - Lake County Sheriff's Office for a walk in application. In my post above from 11 months ago, I included the links for the Lake County Sheriff's Office CHL application.
I'll take a look at both. 4 months may not be an issue as I'm not really in a hurry. I won't be back to Oregon for about a year (excluding my CCW trip).

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Any advice or experience with the "Compelling letter" requirement for Klamath county?
Does Lake county require the same?
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No letter in Lake
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I have been told Klamath and Grant Counties are the two best. Klamath requires an appointment and they are about 4 months out last I heard.
Called Klamath Co., OR the other day to renew my non-resident permit. Well; they have a new sheriff and he has put the kaboch on non-resident permits. The lady called me back after I left a message.
"You have to come in to the office in order to renew your permit."
"Why? It is a renewal"
"Because we need to take another picture"
"Can't I just send you a passport photo? After all, how much could a persons appearance change in 3 years?"
"No"
"When is the next appointment date?"
"3 1/2 moths from now. Jan. 28, 2020"

I feel that the renewal procedure is designed to discourage applicants.

There is no way I am going to drive the 700 mile round trip to Klamath Co. OR in the middle of the winter just so they can take my picture.
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Iím hoping things donít change anytime soon in Grant county, but Iím not sure why anyone would try any place else.
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Iím hoping things donít change anytime soon in Grant county, but Iím not sure why anyone would try any place else.
Lake
co. is a helluva lot closer than Grant Co.
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Itís my understanding that Grant County has made several trips to CA. how much easier can they make it
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It's my understanding the Grant Co. Sheriff doesn't choose to
make any more trips down here. Does anyone know when his
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Here is the thread from July 2019 when Grant County officials came to SoCal to accept Non-Resident Oregon Concealed License applications.

http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...t=grant+county

Grant County Oregon Staffer in route to Chino to take new apps or renewals July 10-17

I also agree that the Lake County Sheriff Office which is walk-in applications, is where to go to apply for your Oregon Non-Resident CHL. Lakeview, Oregon is only 140 miles to the East of Klamath Falls on Hwy 140 where it joins US 395.

Yes - you do have to apply for CHL renewals in person in Lakeview every 4 years.
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Only 96 miles to Lakeview from Klamath Falls on Hwy 140.
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Only 96 miles to Lakeview from Klamath Falls on Hwy 140.
I did do some side trips around some of the area lakes and Bly, while going between the Lakeview and Klamath Falls last year... I looked at my paper trip records of the mileage and fuel used, and that was sort of close to the figure I had between fuel stops in the two towns.

Or I may have used the Hwy number (140) as the mileage when posting during a brain fart.

edited to add - in post 19 above, I called the mileage 100+ miles, so it must have been a brain fart, or the onset of old timers disease...

Like you said above, for California residents Lake County is much closer than Grant County, Oregon.
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