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Oregon Firearm Bill of Sale Form

An Oregon firearm bill of sale is a document used to record a legal private-party firearms transfer from a seller (transferor) to a buyer (transferee). Oregon’s Department of State Police provides a bill of sale for such transfers, referred to more accurately as a “Firearms Transfer Record.” All private firearm sales must be conducted through a licensed dealer with both parties present. The seller has a legal obligation to sell firearms only to eligible individuals; the buyer is required to complete Section A of the Firearms Transfer Record to prove their eligibility to purchase (§ 166.250 covers persons prohibited from possessing a firearm). After a successful sale through the dealer, the seller must retain the bill of sale document for at least five (5) years.

Concealed Carry Laws

Statute§ 166.291

Carrying a concealed weapon is prohibited except by those individuals covered by § 166.250 of the Oregon Revised Statutes. Anyone not mentioned in the statutes above who intends to carry a concealed weapon must first apply for a Concealed Handgun License. The sheriff’s department in each county handles concealed carry licenses, and individuals can apply for this license by following the steps below.