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Oregon House and Senate Considering Adverse Legislation
Join NSSF in voicing your opposition to HB 2005 and SB 348

As a reminder, your NSSF® government relations team testified in the House Committee on Judiciary and Senate Committee on Judiciary against HB 2005-11 and SB 348. Both committees advanced these bills to the floor where they’ve been in limbo for the past week. We’ve received intel that these bills may be coming up for a vote in the coming days. If passed, these proposals would have major impacts on firearm ownership and the firearm industry in Oregon.

  • HB 2005-11: If enacted, this bill would discriminate against 18, 19 and 20-year-old Oregonians by prohibiting them from owning “new model” firearms. Oregonians arguably would also be prohibited from acquiring, possessing, transferring or purchasing common parts for handguns, shotguns and rifles. The bill defines an “unfinished receiver” as virtually anything that can be used in the construction or modification of a firearm.
  • SB 348: This bill is the supposed “fix” to Oregon Ballot Measure 114. If passed, it would keep most of BM 114’s provisions intact with the addition of extending the implementation date, adding a 72-hour waiting period for firearm transfers and increasing the cost of permits from $65 to $150.

NSSF will strongly oppose these bills and asks you to please contact your legislators and tell them to vote ‘No’ on HB 2005 and SB 348. You can find your legislators by clicking here.

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