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Do you support a monthly limit on ammunition purchases in Oregon?
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Do you support a monthly limit on ammunition purchases in Oregon?

Yes, for safety.

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No, not practical.

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Yes, for safety.

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Chris Crandall
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Chris Crandall

If a few people hoard all of the ammo, there won't be enough for the rest of us.

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Don Elsom
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Don Elsom

It is beyond time to put limits on guns and ammunition. We should follow the lead of the New Zealand Prime Minister and just ban assault weapons. Enough is enough.

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Sean Johnson
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Sean Johnson

because if you need more than that to practice shooting your gun, you don't need a gun.

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Sam Ackerman
Sam Ackerman

so said the person that appears to have never held a fire arm.

JohnWayne Kenneth Pool
JohnWayne Kenneth Pool

I've gone through several hundreds of rounds of ammo target shooting for fun in a DAY. Twenty a month sure isn't going to cut it. I'd have to save up for five months to make shooting worth it.

No, not practical.

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Tracy H
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Tracy H

Have we really come to a society where the children are the bosses that make the rules and decisions for law biding adult citizens!!! What is this country coming to?

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Kenneth Gardner
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Kenneth Gardner

this is a very stupid bill by individuals that have no knowledge of target shooting or sighting a firearm in before hunting and numerous other reasons that I can name.

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Thomas W
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Thomas W

The ownership of firearms is a Civil Right that belongs to all citizens. The private ownership of firearms is not the root cause of violent behavior in this society.

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Jon Hatfield
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Jon Hatfield

Limiting legal purchases has no affect on criminals or criminals use. Stop trying to punish law abiding citizens for criminals actions

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Mike Edson
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Mike Edson

This law will not stop a single crime...….. Again you come for the law abiding person. How about reloading ammo. does not limit them to 20 rounds a month.

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Sharlene Pinckney
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Sharlene Pinckney

NO REASON TO INFRINGE ON OUR SECOND AMEND RIGHTS

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Connie Ward
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Connie Ward

It encroaches on our 2nd amendment.

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Brandy Barr
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Brandy Barr

THE 2ND AMENDMENT WILL NOT BE INFRINGED ON PERIOD!!

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Ben Wiborg
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Ben Wiborg

This shouldn’t even be up for debate, but a group of high school kids all of a sudden have the governors ear....why?

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Paul Carter
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Paul Carter

It's stupid, idiotic, illegal and will do nothing to stop an evil person from harming another one.

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Will Rueth
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Will Rueth

Stop trying to infringe on our rights as law abiding gun owners due to crazy individuals. Impaired drivers kill,maim people each yr. I don't hear cries for background checks or limits on booze/cars

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Matthew Carter
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Matthew Carter

Silly! Practice is key with anyone who owns a gun. 20 rounds a month would limit the ability to practice efficiently.

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Richard Kotyluk
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Richard Kotyluk

Sometimes zeroing a rifle with a new scope takes a large amount of amo. Further target practice requires more amo to become proficient at the sport of target shooting.

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JohnWayne Kenneth Pool
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JohnWayne Kenneth Pool

I've gone through six hundred rounds in a day target shooting before.

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Gramma Jean
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Gramma Jean

It's infringement on my gun rights, and a sneaky form of gun control.

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Ginger Waters Hearty
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Ginger Waters Hearty

The Bill is designed to turn lawful responsible gun owners into felons.

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Pat Ryan
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Pat Ryan

This is just another way of gun control.

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Kim Varner
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Kim Varner

I do not believe that I should be limited any more than our ridiculous laws already do limit me. I am a law abiding citizen. I have not committed any crimes and have passed my back ground checks.

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Sharon Preston
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Sharon Preston

It's unconstitutional and would leave us vulnerable. Also the Pittman Robertson Act of Federal Excise taxes on firearm and ammunition sale for ODF&W and Conservation is Oregon would evaporate.

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Josh Workman
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Josh Workman

Absolutely not. What part of "Shall not be Infringed" is so damned difficult to understand?.. Keep poking the sleeping bear..

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Kevin Crabtree
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Kevin Crabtree

Whats the limit How would Trap shooters and other shooters even be able to continue in there sport.

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Dennis Allen
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Dennis Allen

Oregon has adequate gun control laws and this was re-enforced by the presence of several thousand 2nd amendment supporters at the State Capital March 23rd. Where was Z21's rally coverage?

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Teri Williamson-Lewis
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Teri Williamson-Lewis

This will just place it one step to taking away our rights to bear arms.

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Bongo Wabongo
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Bongo Wabongo

Because I'm not a loony liberal gun grabber.

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Pam W
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Pam W

No and HELL NO!! That infringes on our 2nd amendment rights.

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Jim Van Osdell
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Jim Van Osdell

Impractical, knee jerk reaction that will accomplish nothing positive while making so many criminals. It will not restrict true criminals just the rest of us.. .foolish!

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Shea Carlson
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Shea Carlson

What about us handloaders? Is the state going to limit how many primers I can buy. Or how many shells I can reload. Kate brown does not speak for all of oregon.

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Dave DuRette
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Dave DuRette

Don, move to New Zealand. Don't infringe on my rights

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Darryl James Palmer
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Darryl James Palmer

It is unpractical for gun owners to be limited to such a small amount of ammunition. For a CCW or hunter or for folks that own guns for self protection, they need to practice to be proficient.

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Sam Ackerman
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Sam Ackerman

The only gun laws that need to be passed are the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act and the sportsman hearing protection act.

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Andy West
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Andy West

Takes away our freedom.

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indigo ant
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indigo ant

The bill which includes this ammunition purchase limitation is so blatantly unconstitutional that no comment is needed. "Not practical"?? Give me a break!

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orarcher O
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orarcher O

Not practical at all, I bird hunt and hunt big game when I am able. Shotgun shells are sold in boxes of 25 and on a weekend hunt I may shoot 3 boxes.

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Thomas Wood
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Thomas Wood

Guns and ammo are my choice to make. Do not infringe on my constitutional rights.

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Felix Pressler
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Felix Pressler

the problem is not the access to the amount of ammo, but the automatic weapons meant for military/warfare use.

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Sam Ackerman
Sam Ackerman

"automatic weapons"!!! you have no clue at all what it takes or the cost to buy a "automatic weapon"

Darryl James Palmer
Darryl James Palmer

Fail, sorry troll. you are out of your realm here. You can't even distinguish semi auto action firearms to "automatic firearms"

Thomas W
Thomas W

You obviously have no knowledge of firearms. Why is an ignorant person like yourself tryin to make choices for the trained, practiced, proficient, and safety conscious people who own and use firearms?

Tom Armstrong
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Tom Armstrong

should be no limit on ammo,not enforceable

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Richard Dillard
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Richard Dillard

This will not stop anyone wanting to commit mass murder.

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Larry Bryant
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Larry Bryant

This proposal is impractical and counterintuitive. To remain competent and safe in any skill or endeavor takes practice. A serious shooter spends hours per month shooting hundreds of rounds.

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Frans Hager
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Frans Hager

iT WOULD INSTANTLY MAKE MANY CENTRAL OREGONIANS CRIMINALS. WE MUST PRACTICE TO BE COMPETENT & SAFE WITH OUR FIREARMS. SELF DEFENSE IS OUR 2ND AMENDMENT RIGHT. THIS WOULD , NO DOUBT, INFRINGE ON THAT

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Tyler Jennings
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Tyler Jennings

"...shall not be infringed."

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Ellen Colton
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Ellen Colton

Hunting and sport shooting has long been an American past time. The people putting this bill forward have no idea of this way of life and the limitations this would cause. It's an overreach of power

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Nik Myles
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Nik Myles

This is merely the disarming of law biding citizens who have done nothing wrong. I guarantee that criminals are not going to abide by such a ridiculous law. This law would make criminals the innocent

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David Hengsteler
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David Hengsteler

Because I'm a citizen and not a gang member criminal. I don't need big brother to impose anti-2nd Amendment unconstitutional laws on me.

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Ka San
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Ka San

I don't support limiting ammo for those who own guns. I do support reasonable bkgrd checks to keep guns away from some who shouldn't have them. No one is trying to take guns away from lawful folk!

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DDD Lewis
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DDD Lewis

we have gone through this before.The law makes most 22 caliber rifles illegal. Read your history books for once. Leave our guns alone!

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Corey Shelby
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Corey Shelby

This law would solve ABSOLUTELY nothing! First off, law abiding citizens (who could diffuse a mass casualty situation with proper engagement of a violent subject) being limited on they’re ability....

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Shawn Drew
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Shawn Drew

It’s a rediculous attempt to step on law abiding citizens second amendment rights. Just another attempt to disarm gun owners

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Kim Jensen Wilson
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Kim Jensen Wilson

Look at your history. All socialist governments came into power by disarming their citizens. We are on a slippery slope. Gun violence is a matter of the heart. Stop blaming guns!

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Debbi Snider
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Debbi Snider

Shall not be infringed upon!!!!

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Tim Adams
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Tim Adams

Limiting law-abiding gun owners will have no effect on criminals. I can get all the ammunition I want in Idaho, and carry it back to Oregon, just like Idaho residents do with marijuana.

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Tim Adams
Tim Adams

I can also reload as much ammunition as I choose.

Randy Statton
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Randy Statton

What will this accomplish other than making participating in shooting sports more difficult and limiting training? No crimes will be stopped. Just a way to limit legal gun usage.

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Susan Alley
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Susan Alley

There is no need in punishing the honest person. Crinmals will find a way to get there hands on ammunition.

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Teri Williams
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Teri Williams

This is punitive and ridiculous for law abiding citizens. One more way to continue to take our guns.

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Vickie Scebold Kotyluk
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Vickie Scebold Kotyluk

I believe in gun control, but limiting ammunition to 20 rounds a month is not practical. For those people who like the sport of target shooting, 20 rounds doesn’t make a drive to the range worth it

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Chuck Rystedt
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Chuck Rystedt

I could not be any more against this stupidity at its fullest

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Barb Bass
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Barb Bass

Does not even give enough ammo to use each month to learn safe & efficient handling of weapon. Does NOTHING to stop criminals from using THEIR ammo!!!

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Heidi Owen
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Heidi Owen

Against our rights!!! This is one of the most ridiculous ideas, extremely childish.

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Bar Lee Setters
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Bar Lee Setters

This would be a big negative effect on an individuals profession, like mine! I'm a Professional Gun Dog Trainer, and I shoot for training more than the proposed limited monthly amount,... Daily!

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Should lawmakers be banned from future elections for too many unexcused absences?

Yes they should!

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No they shouldn't!

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Yes they should!

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No they shouldn't!

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Do you mostly go to restaurants on your side of town?
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Do you mostly go to restaurants on your side of town?

I stay on my side of town.

2

I go to restaurants all around town.

2

I stay on my side of town.

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Larry Ewart
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Larry Ewart

75% of the time we stay in our part of town. We do go downtown since we have a wider selection there but it is not as convenient.

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I go to restaurants all around town.

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Gabe West
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Gabe West

We are avoiding restaurants because of inflation thanks to biden and dems

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Steven Daniels
Steven Daniels

Um, what was the question?

CB
CB

You love to hate and it's so sad. I pray for you every day, Gabe.

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