Montana Knife Law Reform Passes Without Governor’s Signature

MT Governor Steve Bullock
MT Governor Steve Bullock

Knife Rights

USA -(Ammoland.com)- Montana Governor Steve Bullock has allowed HB 251 to become law without his signature. HB 251 removes the prohibition against concealed carry without a CCW of “a knife with blade 4 or more inches in length.”

The bill also removed Dirks, Daggers, Sword Canes, razors, “billy” and “knuckles made of any metal or hard substance” from the items prohibited from concealed carry.

Congratulations to sponsor Representative Kirk Wagoner. The bill passed by large margins in the Senate (38 – 11 ) and the House (70 – 29).

WARNING: The new law does not becomes effective until October 1, 2017. Until then, the prohibitions remain in effect.

Knife Rights has repealed knife bans in Alaska, Colorado, Indiana, Kansas, Maine, Missouri, Montana, New Hampshire, Nevada, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas and Wisconsin.

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Knife Rights is rewriting knife law in America. Knife Rights passed the nation's first repeal of a switchblade (automatic) knife ban in 2010 in New Hampshire and has since passed repeal of switchblade bans (and repealed other knife restrictions) in Alaska, Colorado, Indiana, Kansas, Maine, Missouri, Nevada, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas and Wisconsin.

  • 3 thoughts on “Montana Knife Law Reform Passes Without Governor’s Signature

    1. @Mr. Gunwrites
      Read the article, or at least the title.
      He did not sign the bill.
      “Montana Knife Law Reform Passes Without Governors Signature”
      “…Bullock has allowed HB 251 to become law without his signature.

    2. In North Carolina it is against the law to conceal a slingshot
      How stupid can you get, but David killed a giant with one

    3. Hard to believe Governor Bullock(read BS) signed this as he vetoed Constitutional Permitless Carry and also vetoed our Right to carry in a dining establishment that serves alcohol. I wrote him about his first veto and he replied he did not want to infere with the permitting processes run by the County SHeriffs. In turn I replied his veto of our Rights & Natural law, then using the Sheriffs as an excuse is known as a “cop out.”.

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