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Montana Shooting Sports Association

Montana Shooting Sports Association

Missoula, MT --(Ammoland.com)- A bunch of MSSA bills have been scheduled for public hearings before the House Judiciary Committee on the mornings of February 12th and 13th 2013.

This is your chance to show up and speak in favor of these bills, or if you can’t attend, to send in written or electronic messages. All the information you need to do either of those I’ve posted for you at: http://progunleaders.org/Legislative%20Process/

If you can only send in electronic messages, wait to send them until the day before or the day of the public hearing.

I have updated the info for MSSA’s bills list at: http://progunleaders.org/Bills2013

I’ll paste below the list of bills up on 2/12 and 2/13. There MAY be two other “gun bills” added to the roster on 2/12 and 2/13 – stay tuned.

If you plan to come to Helena (I sure hope you do) and you will need to stay overnight, book a motel room soon as they tend to fill up.

Also, it’s looking as if we will be able to schedule our two tax-related bills before the House Taxation Committee for the morning of Thursday, February 14th. These two include the bill to exempt shooting ranges from property tax (HB 223), and the bill to encourage the production of smokeless powder, primers and brass in Montana (no bill # yet – soon – to go to the Tax Committee because of the 20-year tax amnesty included). NOTE: This latter bill may be the most important, long-term gun-related bill of the 2013 session, even though we definitely have other important ones.

Best wishes,

Gary Marbut, President
Montana Shooting Sports Association

http://www.mtssa.org

Author, Gun Laws of Montana

http://www.MTPublish.com

 

  • HB 240, Clarify constitutional provisions and law related to board of regents/u-system
  • Assigned to House Judiciary, hearing 2/12, Rep. Cary Smith
  • HB 302, Prohibit state enforcement of any federal ban on semi-auto firearms/magazines
  • Assigned to House Judiciary, hearing 2/12, Rep. Kerns
  • HB 303, Federal law enforcement officers should communicate with sheriff (Sheriffs First)
  • Assigned to House Judiciary, hearing 2/12, Rep. Kerns
  • HB 304, Generally revise concealed weapons laws (permitless carry inside cities and towns)
  • Assigned to House Judiciary, hearing 2/13, Rep. Kerns
  • HB 358, Revising laws related to the offense of carrying a concealed weapon (dealing with “prohibited places”)
  • Assigned to House Judiciary, hearing 2/13, Rep. Kerns
  • HB 205, Eliminate prohibition on firearm sound reduction devices in the field (eliminate the last suppressor prohibition)
  • Assigned to House Judiciary, hearing 2/13, Rep Kerns
Gary Marbut, president
Montana Shooting Sports Association
www.mtssa.org
author, Gun Laws of Montana
www.mtpublish.com

About Montana Shooting Sports Association:
MSSA is the primary political advocate for Montana gun owners. Visit: www.mtssa.org

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