SB 923 : Permitting concealed carry for certain people without training or licensing

Position: Oppose Status: Senate Committee on Judiciary

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A person protected by a stalking protective order, a restraining order or any other court order prohibiting another person from contacting the person, may carry a concealed gun if that person has a pending application for a concealed handgun license or has a scheduled appointment to submit an application for a concealed handgun license.


3-3-17: Referred to Judiciary. 3-2-17: Introduction and first reading. Referred to President's desk.

Allowing people who are untrained to carry a concealed, loaded gun puts the person at more risk, not less. Oregon’s concealed handgun license laws require very little training and no hands-on training.

Would Oregon allow people under protection orders to drive a car without a training and a license?