Oregon gun group, county sheriff sue to block new gun laws from taking effect

We could be less than three weeks away from a complete and total shutdown of lawful commerce in arms in Oregon, with Ballot Measure 114 and it’s new magazine ban and  “permit-to-purchase” requirement slated to take effect on December 8th.

According to the Oregon State Sheriffs Association, once the law is enacted, Oregon residents will need to obtain that purchase permit before they can legally acquire a firearm, but the state has not yet developed the permit itself, and is unlikely to do so before December 8th.

Then, of course, there’s the issue of Measure 114’s constitutionality. Can a law requiring would-be gun owners to obtain pre-approval from the State (along with going through a mandated training course) and banning the sale, manufacture, and possession (in most cases) of commonly-owned firearms magazines really stand up to court scrutiny?
Source: Bearing Arms
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