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  1. Question Denial of CC permit due to OMMP registration

    Hello, new to siite. Wonderful resource. My wife and I have just completed our firearms training and recieved our cert. We are now at the point to apply to the County. Neither of us has ANY criminal history at all. The thing is my wife is an OMMP card holder (medical cannabis for migraines), and I hold a grower card(so this wouldn't apply to me I'd think). We have been informed by another OMMP memeber that she was denied her permit, her reason is that she was denied under the 1968 Gun control act, which has a provision for federally controlled substance users. Has anyone had any experiance with this. It seems the feds shouldn't be invollved, as OSP is doing the background check, and they have to comply with state law.Just confused by the "INS" application,they don't even exisit anymore. THANKS FOR ANY HELP!
    Thrustjunkie

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    I would go before the Gun Board and plead your case. It is possible to set up a hearing, but it may be difficult, make sure you go in there with your "Guns Loaded" with general knowledge of all state and federal laws within your area and your OMMP permits. They may reverse their decisions and allow you to obtain your permits.
    Good luck.
    Only two defining forces have ever offered to die for you, Jesus Christ and the American Soldier....One died for your soul; the other for your freedom.

  4. I respectfully agree with the county. I feel that mixing drugs and firearms is generally a very dangerous idea. Welcome to the site!
    Retired US Army Medic
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    I have to say that there is no reason to mix "substances" that alter a person with firearms. I would not be ok with a person smoking pot and carrying. Same as it is not ok to drink and carry.

    I side with the county on this one as well.

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    I'm gonna put this out there for consideration. Not that I'm agreeing one way or another as that's up to the state to make the final decision in accordance with local laws.

    Let's say that a person is on prescription pain killers, ADD meds, or some other type of prescription drug that would make the average person do things that they normally wouldn't do. Should this person be denied based on the fact that they are under the care of a licensed physician and are taking prescription medications as directed by the physician?

    Just some food for thought.



    gf
    "A few well placed shots with a .22LR is a lot better than a bunch of solid misses with a .44 mag!" Glock Armorer, NRA Chief RSO, Pistol, Rifle, Shotgun, Muzzleloading Rifle, Muzzleloading Shotgun, and Home Firearm Safety Training Counselor

  7. Quote Originally Posted by Glock Fan View Post
    I'm gonna put this out there for consideration. Not that I'm agreeing one way or another as that's up to the state to make the final decision in accordance with local laws.

    Let's say that a person is on prescription pain killers, ADD meds, or some other type of prescription drug that would make the average person do things that they normally wouldn't do. Should this person be denied based on the fact that they are under the care of a licensed physician and are taking prescription medications as directed by the physician?

    Just some food for thought.



    gf
    Hmmm... very interesting point.
    Retired US Army Medic
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  8. I completey agree with all. But the question ISN'T can you be under the influenece and shoot. Medical Cannabis is to be used like any prescribed medication, with its attendent precautions. The question is can someones 2nd ammendment rights be violated by COMPLYING with the law? Thank you by those with a grasp of the written english word and giving an appropriate response to my question.

    Thrustjunkie
    Oh and some more food for thought. I have heard that certain states(Oregon has wording against it) are taking away peoples guns, if a mental health professional(this could come from MANY different angles, says they are unstable or mentallly unfit. Even tempoararly. I have heard outrage over this possible situation. And I DON'T KNOW ABOUT YOU, but it seems alot of the negative acts done with guns in the last 40 years have been done by CRAZYS, not stoners, So I'd say take ANYONE on a antidepressant or any other PSYHC! DRUG(zombie maker) also. Plus the thing mot missed is. My wife(who HASN'T BEEN denied yet, I just figure its another governement scam to collect revune and not provide a service, as usual) ISN'T UNDER THE INFLUENCE 24/7......think asprin. Oh and I will take the side effects over what they had her on, it caused permanent BRAIN DAMAGE! and her Dr. had her at 2.5X the recommended max. So I think we will be taking resonsability of her needs from now on. Less incompetent than the Medical Community.

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    As I just mentioned in another thread in another section...at this point it depends greatly on the county (since the sheriff is the "decider" regarding a CCP in Oregon).

    The problems are mostly up in the People's Republic in the NW corner of the state.

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    This is the problem with government trying to stop crimes and/or accidents and/or bad decisions before they happen or are even likely to happen. What we should do is go with the original intent of the founding fathers, which is to respect everyone's liberty but then hold them accountable if they screw up. Problem is we do neither these days. The nanny state is trying to be our parents. We are adults, not children and we should be able to make our own decisions and then live (or die) with the consequences. I'm assuming that there are times when you are in great pain and would need your drug and during those times you would refrain from carrying, just as others refrain when they are drinking socially or whatever. Those decisions should be yours alone.
    Avidshooter (Texas)
    "The real destroyer of the liberties of the people is he who spreads among them bounties, donations and benefits." -- Plutarch

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    just curious; did the carry permits come through or were they denied? after all almost a year has passed.


    Willy

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