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Old 06-09-2018, 7:55 PM
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I've read through Oregon's .gov website as well as several CCW websites, and the process for applying for a non-resident permit doesn't seem very clear. I keep seeing info about how each Sheriff's dept is responsible for issuing and to apply to the dept in whose jurisdiction you live in. Where do you apply as a non-resident?
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You can apply in any Co. but some will flat deny. Klamath and Lake Co's are your best bet. You will need to write a personal statement why you wish a CCP. It's as simple as you have family, recreate, etc and wish to protect yourself and your family. Be truthful in your statement and reason. If you have family in a different co. than you are applying do not use that as they like you to apply in that co. Fill out their application and have your NRA cert. Call to confirm their days they accept apps and bring your $$. Two weeks later permit arrives in the mail. If you have questions, call them. They are quite friendly and willing to help.
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My permit is from Klamath County. Super nice and helpful dept.

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Check out this thread,
http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s....php?t=1324081
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Was in Oregon (Medford, Milwaukie, Portland) last week and pretty sad I didn't get to submit my app. Couldn't time it right. Did get WA CPL submitted though.

I'm going to shoot for September... does anyone know the current booked out dates for Klamath County? I'll probably call tomorrow anyways and find out...
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I just called Klamath SO. They are booked out through Oct 10th in case anyone is wondering.
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I've read through Oregon's .gov website as well as several CCW websites, and the process for applying for a non-resident permit doesn't seem very clear. I keep seeing info about how each Sheriff's dept is responsible for issuing and to apply to the dept in whose jurisdiction you live in. Where do you apply as a non-resident?


You can apply in any county as a non resident. Here in Idaho, the Sheriff in Grant county Oregon actually sends some of his people here, about a 4 hour drive, to do mass processing every once in a while. That’s how I got my Oregon one. Just bring all the required documentation to the “seminar”, wait your turn, they photograph and print you along the way, take your money, and mail you a permit about two weeks later. It was painless here. Others that live here that got them without going to the permit event, have called and made appointments with geographically and politically friendly counties in Oregon. Their wait times were much much longer due to limited processing abilities of the smaller counties.


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You can apply in any county as a non resident. Here in Idaho, the Sheriff in Grant county Oregon actually sends some of his people here, about a 4 hour drive, to do mass processing every once in a while. That’s how I got my Oregon one. Just bring all the required documentation to the “seminar”, wait your turn, they photograph and print you along the way, take your money, and mail you a permit about two weeks later. It was painless here. Others that live here that got them without going to the permit event, have called and made appointments with geographically and politically friendly counties in Oregon. Their wait times were much much longer due to limited processing abilities of the smaller counties.


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How recent was this CHL event in Idaho? Sheriff Palmer was having his crew visit California on a periodic basis, however that stopped when he stopped issuing CHL's to Oregon non-residents. I am rather curious if these CHL trips to California will be resumed anytime soon by Sheriff Palmer?

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My permit is from Klamath County. Super nice and helpful dept.

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Same as my experience with Klamas County.
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How recent was this CHL event in Idaho? Sheriff Palmer was having his crew visit California on a periodic basis, however that stopped when he stopped issuing CHL's to Oregon non-residents. I am rather curious if these CHL trips California will be resumed anytime soon by Sheriff Palmer?


This year. Maybe 6 months ago. They’ve been here at least twice that I know of. Great folks, super easy and streamlined. I can accidentally be in Oregon really easily here so it was a must get for me as I’m always armed and they don’t recognize Idaho enhanced cwp, but they do accept the Idaho enhanced cwp training for an Oregon non res CCW.


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How recent was this CHL event in Idaho? Sheriff Palmer was having his crew visit California on a periodic basis, however that stopped when he stopped issuing CHL's to Oregon non-residents. I am rather curious if these CHL trips California will be resumed anytime soon by Sheriff Palmer?
I doubt Palmer will ever send people to CA again. I heard a Californian sued him because his peoples trips down didn't conform to their schedule. Might just have pissed him off.
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This year. Maybe 6 months ago. They’ve been here at least twice that I know of. Great folks, super easy and streamlined. I can accidentally be in Oregon really easily here so it was a must get for me as I’m always armed and they don’t recognize Idaho enhanced cwp, but they do accept the Idaho enhanced cwp training for an Oregon non res CCW.


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Thanks for the info and good for Sheriff Palmer to be visiting Idaho for CHL's!

BTW, Oregon is one of the 10 states that DO NOT honor ANY other states CCW/Permit/LTC, thus the only option is an Oregon CHL, however that is limited to residents of only four states (CA, ID, NV, WA)!

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