Oregon law prohibits the issuance of a concealed handgun license to anyone who:
- Has been convicted of a felony,
- Has been convicted of a misdemeanor within the last four years, or
- Is the respondent of a current restraining order or stalking order.
Federal law prohibits anyone who has ever been convicted of a domestic violence related crime, misdemeanor or felony, from possessing a firearm.
If disqualifiers apply to you, but you still feel you are eligible for a license, return appropriate documentation, dates, and explanation of circumstances, including court orders surrounding your circumstances for further consideration along with your application.