(Salem, OR) -- Oregon's new gun law, Ballot Measure 114, won't take effect on Thursday. The Oregon State Supreme court has allowed a ruling by a Harney County judge that temporarily delays the law to remain in effect. Oregon State Police say an application form will be available online where gun buyers can apply for the required permit. While people can apply, the permits won't be processed until a training program is established. Training is also required under the new law. While the legal maneuvers continue, OSP's Firearms Instant Check System will continue to process and resolve pending background checks to purchase guns.