- Mar 10, 2011
- Phoenix, AZ
There's a section of the law that appears to say that, for purposes of getting a CCW, you're a resident of an (Oregon) county if you own property (statute doesn't say "residence") in that county. That would imply that even if you aren't a resident of Oregon or a state neighboring Oregon (the usual rules) you can still get a CCW. Indeed, that further implies that you'd get a resident, not a non-resident, permit because you are, for purposes of the statute, a resident. Is this a correct reading of the law? If so it gives a new purpose to owning a $50 tax parcel.