Oregon Concealed Carry Laws Oregon Gun Laws Open Carry: No state restrictions Duty to Notify Law Enforcement: Only when asked by the officer State Parks: Oregon permittees may carry concealed handguns in parks. Restaurants Serving Alcohol: No specific regulation. Same as any other private property. Firearms at Colleges: Concealed guns allowed by law, but schools limit locations/who carries Firearms at K-12 Schools: Loaded handguns allowed in vehicles ONLY if you have an Oregon permit. Magazine Capacity Limitations: No state restrictions Suppressor Ownership: No state restrictions Vehicle Possession by Non-Permitees: Loaded handguns only allowed if visible on belt holster. Any handgun that is BOTH readily accessible and not visible is prohibited. Firearm Law Uniformity: There is a state preemption statute but it allows local regulation of loaded gun carry. Permit Training Requirements: Applicants must complete a simple handgun safety course in person. No live fire required. Permit Issuing Authority: County Sheriff May/Shall Issue: Shall Issue State Website: https://www.doj.state.or.us/ Length of Permit Validity: 4 Years Permit Application Process: Complete a qualifying class and present your certificate at your county sheriff's office. Fill out the application and pay the fee. Non-Resident Permits: Non-residents of adjacent states may apply if they have their home state permit first. Places Off Limits: Resident Permit Reciprocity: Disclaimer:While Concealed Carry Inc strives to maintain legal reference information updated on this website; you as the reader and gun owner are responsible to do any and all necessary research and consult with a local attorney before making any decisions. Concealed Carry Inc is not liable for any misinformation, inaccuracies, or actions taken based on this information. We are not attorneys and this information is not legal advice. If you see any information you feel is outdated or incorrect please contact us.