I know for sure that you can use latex paint over Cover Stain (oil), and that should be true for KILZ oil; the label should tell you. I prefer oil primer on bare wood; it adheres better.
Many items like doors and door jambs are factory primed with very thin latex primer sprayed on. I've never had a problem with that unless I had to correct an imperfection, but hand applied primer works better if oil based in my experience.
Added: One problem I have had with latex primer is that it takes a couple weeks to fully cure. On wood, that can be a problem.This message has been edited. Last edited by: Bob Fleming,
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