An Oregon Firearm Bill of Sale is a legal document that establishes the details of a firearm transfer from the seller to the buyer. This agreement is legally binding and can be used as proof of ownership or release of liability even in courts of law. A Bill of Sale is usually needed by the buyer as a purchase receipt and proof of payment, while the seller keeps this document to have tangible proof of a gun transfer to another individual - the previous owner does not bear any responsibility for the sold item.
The State of Oregon did not issue any government-approved forms you can complete to document the transfer of your gun. However, you may download and fill out the Oregon Firearm Bill of Sale form below or compose your own Bill of Sale with our online form builder.
You may add an extra layer of protection by asking two witnesses or notary public to witness and certify your Bill of Sale. Make two copies for the parties, the purchaser keeps the original. There is no mandatory registration, license, or purchase permit to obtain in Oregon, so the Bill of Sale is the only necessary document that proves the transaction took place.
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