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Old 04-11-2015, 07:16 AM   #99
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Has anyone qualified under HR 214 (LEOSA) in Oregon recently? If so please send me a private message. I wondering about some changes in the range qualification. Thanks
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Why would I keep a firearm I'm carrying in my vehicle for protection locked up, unloaded, and in 2 separate locations? Do you throw the locked box at the person who is trying to do you harm? Jeez!

I'll protect my family first, then worry about the consequences.
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Why would I keep a firearm I'm carrying in my vehicle for protection locked up, unloaded, and in 2 separate locations? Do you throw the locked box at the person who is trying to do you harm? Jeez!

I'll protect my family first, then worry about the consequences.
That is what most states want a person to do, then who ever it hit.......his/her cage is even more rattled Now you are going to suffer......might just get "Your Own" locked gun case opened with your own head
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The only time mine are unloaded & locked in separate containers is in the very rare ( for me) cases when I'm some where that they must be .
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Has anyone qualified under HR 214 (LEOSA) in Oregon recently? If so please send me a private message. I wondering about some changes in the range qualification. Thanks
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As far as I know LEOSA is a Federal law the same in all 50 states . You must shoot every year . There have been no changes any changes would have to be made by congress.
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It is HR-218 and some states are making it harder for their own police officers. Some actually charge up to $75 per weapon. In CA it is still a basic shooting course, 10 rounds per weapon, and free.
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It is HR-218 and some states are making it harder for their own police officers. Some actually charge up to $75 per weapon. In CA it is still a basic shooting course, 10 rounds per weapon, and free.
WOW That is sad you would think they'd want more armed good guys.., Texas we pay 21$ per year mostly for range time and the recording officers time.
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As far as I know LEOSA is a Federal law the same in all 50 states . You must shoot every year . There have been no changes any changes would have to be made by congress.
Yes, the law is the same but each state, county and local law enforcement can, I believe, have specific criteria for the LEOSA qualification. I have LEOSA qualified in Texas, California and Oregon - different qualification criteria in each - if memory serves me correctly. Not major differences target distance and time differences. Also fees or donations change by location which I think would explain why I was asking about Oregon.
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Yes, the law is the same but each state, county and local law enforcement can, I believe, have specific criteria for the LEOSA qualification. I have LEOSA qualified in Texas, California and Oregon - different qualification criteria in each - if memory serves me correctly. Not major differences target distance and time differences. Also fees or donations change by location which I think would explain why I was asking about Oregon.
Did you retire from Oregon? I basically have to go back to CA to qualify every year.
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Yes, the law is the same but each state, county and local law enforcement can, I believe, have specific criteria for the LEOSA qualification. I have LEOSA qualified in Texas, California and Oregon - different qualification criteria in each - if memory serves me correctly. Not major differences target distance and time differences. Also fees or donations change by location which I think would explain why I was asking about Oregon.
Sure I see .. Good luck !
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Did you retire from Oregon? I basically have to go back to CA to qualify every year.
No I retired out of the Border Patrol near San Diego, CA. I'm pretty sure the LEOSA qualification needs to be in the State of your current residence.
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No I retired out of the Border Patrol near San Diego, CA. I'm pretty sure the LEOSA qualification needs to be in the State of your current residence.
Normally your station or your local sheriff's dept has good info on some of the not so friendly states. The ones that honor it but try to make you not want to come back. Like NY etc.
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Our local sheriffs department has downsized because of lack of funding. They used to provide LEOSA qualifications but no longer provide it - nor does any of the local agencies in the county.
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