Gun Show Schedule 2016

See us at the following gun shows:

February 6 and 7
Columbia County Event Complex
58892 Saulser Rd
St Helens, OR 97051
www.columbiacountyfairgrounds.com
Saturday 9AM – 5PM
Sunday 10AM – 3PM
Adult admission $7

February 27 and 28
Wasington County Fair Complex
873 NE 34th Ave, Hillsboro, OR 97124
http://www.faircomplex.com/
Saturday 9AM – 5PM
Sunday 10AM – 3PM
Adult admission $7

March 19 and 20
Portland Expo Center
2060 N. Marine Dr.
Portland, OR 97217-7736
expocenter.org
Saturday 9AM – 5PM
Sunday 9AM – 3PM
Adult admission $10
Children 12 and under FREE!

April 16 and 17
Portland Expo Center
2060 N. Marine Dr.
Portland, OR 97217-7736
expocenter.org
Saturday 9AM – 5PM
Sunday 9AM – 3PM
Adult admission $10

August 27 and 28
Wasington County Fair Complex
873 NE 34th Ave, Hillsboro, OR 97124
http://www.faircomplex.com/
Saturday 9AM – 5PM
Sunday 10AM – 3PM
Adult admission $7

November 12 and 13
Wasington County Fair Complex
873 NE 34th Ave, Hillsboro, OR 97124
http://www.faircomplex.com/
Saturday 9AM – 5PM
Sunday 10AM – 3PM
Adult admission $7

Oregon Firearms Safety Act becomes law August 9th 2015

There a few things you should know when considering a private party sale or purchase of a firearm in Oregon, here is a quick excerpt from the “Highlights” of the Oregon Firearms Safety Act to get you started,

Definition: “Transfer” means the delivery of a firearm from a transferor to a transferee,
including, but not limited to: the sale, gift, loan or lease of the firearm.

General Process Changes under Oregon Firearms Safety Act:

1. Private-party firearm transfers must be conducted through a licensed firearm dealer while
both parties (owner of the firearm and proposed recipient or purchaser) are present.

a. If the transferor and the transferee reside over 40 miles from each other, the
transferor may ship or deliver the firearm to a firearm dealer located near the
transferee or a firearm dealer designated by the transferee, and the transferor need
not appear before the firearm dealer in person.

2. A firearm dealer who agrees to complete the transfer shall request a background check on
the transferee and shall comply with all requirements of federal law.

3. A firearm dealer may charge a reasonable fee for facilitating a firearms transfer.

4. A firearm dealer that requests a background check for a private party under this law is
immune from civil liability for any use of the firearm by the recipient.

5. A private party transferring a firearm at a gun show must complete a background check
through OSP or a firearm dealer prior to the transfer. (NOTE: This is existing statute,
however is highlighted to show the private party has options, in these instances.)

In addition, Oregon State Police has updated their public access website, Oregon.gov, with four documents to assist intended purchasers. These documents have information about State and Federal disqualifiers, information about the transfer process, AND a VOLUNTARY pre-purchase self-assessment questionnaire.

For a copy of SB 941 please click on the following link:
https://olis.leg.state.or.us/liz/2015R1/Downloads/MeasureDocument/SB941/Enrolled

Information contained in this post was taken from Oregon.gov website and entire “Highlights” can be veiwed at: http://www.oregon.gov/osp/docs/SB941_Information_Sheet.pdf

Hillsboro Gun Show – Nov 8th, 9th

Gun Show this weekend.

This weekend, November 8th and 9th, we will be at the Hillsboro gun show. It’s located at the Washington County Fairgrounds. Stop by and check out our inventory. We’ll have long guns, hand guns, parts, accessories, and more! Here are the details:

Collector’s West Gun Show
Washington County Fairgrounds

873 NE 34th Ave
Hillsboro, OR 97124

Hours
Saturday: 9am – 5pm
Sunday: 10am – 3pm

FR33DM Arms at gun show

FR33DM Arms at gun show

got FR33DM?

got FR33DM?

It’s been 3 years since FR33DM Arms was created. In those 3 years, we have seen a volatile change in the gun industry. From the cheap prices, to the gun/ammo ban scares. We also have had to endure the constant push back from the government and corporations that are clearly anti-gun. From the DOJ, Facebook, Google, even banks. In order to keep our costs down, and in turn our prices, we are not going to be selling directly online. We will attend the regional gun shows about every month, and also will take phone and appointment sales.

Welcome to FR33DM Arms.
We all know what the Second Amendment is, but let’s review:

“A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”

There are many reasons why the second amendment is important, but we believe the number one reason is to protect your family. Our goal is to offer a variety of firearms and accessories at reasonable prices.

We plan on having more inventory added. So keep checking if you don’t see something you need. You can always contact us directly too. We have connections with a variety of wholesalers. Thank you for your support. – Jason