http://www.oregonfirearms.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/043dbt.pdf DRAFT BALLOT TITLE Criminalizes possession or transfer of “assault weapons” (defined) or “large capacity magazines” (defined), with exceptions Result of “Yes” Vote: “Yes” vote criminalizes possession/ transfer of “assault weapons” (defined)/ “large capacity magazines” (defined), with exceptions for military/ police/ registered owner approved by State Police Result of “No” Vote: “No” vote retains current laws, which bar possession of firearms by certain individuals, including convicted felons, some civilly committed persons, domestic abusers, other disqualified persons Summary: Measure criminalizes possession or transfer of “assault weapons” (defined)/ “large capacity magazines” (defined) except for military/ law enforcement purposes, or persons authorized by State Police after criminal background check. Otherwise possession or transfer is a Class B felony. Within 120 days, persons lawfully owning such weapons or magazines must remove from Oregon, lawfully sell, surrender to law enforcement, render inoperable, or register items with State Police. Applies to inherited items. Bars moving covered items into Oregon. Assault weapons include certain semiautomatic rifles or pistols with a detachable magazine; pistol or rifles with a fixed magazine holding more than 10 rounds of ammunition; certain semiautomatic shotguns. Large capacity magazine is ammunition feeding device with capacity of more than ten rounds. Effective January 1, 2019. Other provisions.