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Oregon Revised Statutes Crimes and Punishments § 166.360
(10) “Weapon” means:
(a) A firearm;
(b) Any dirk, dagger, ice pick, slingshot, metal knuckles or any similar instrument or a knife, other than an ordinary pocketknife with a blade less than four inches in length, the use of which could inflict injury upon a person or property;
(c) Mace, tear gas, pepper mace or any similar deleterious agent as defined in ORS 163.211 ;
(d) An electrical stun gun or any similar instrument;
(e) A tear gas weapon as defined in ORS 163.211 ;
(f) A club, bat, baton, billy club, bludgeon, knobkerrie, nunchaku, nightstick, truncheon or any similar instrument, the use of which could inflict injury upon a person or property; or
(g) A dangerous or deadly weapon as those terms are defined in ORS 161.015 .
In Oregon law, a club, bat, baton, billy club, bludgeon, nightstick or a truncheon is included in its definitions of the term “weapon.”