Montana legislators are now on their mid-session break. Yes, the legislative session is half way done. It’s time for an update about the various measures Montana Shooting Sports Association is working
The Fiscal Note for HB 226 estimated the impact at zero because it says it is unknown how many shooting ranges might drop off the tax rolls if HB 226 were enacted.
HB 325 would roll back local government authority to regulate firearms under Montana’s “preemption law” at 45-8-351, in order to curb abuse of that statute by Missoula and other communities, and to pr
News headlines say that the BATFE has banned “bump stocks.” What are bump stocks and what does this mean?
In order for you to be prepared to participate effectively in the legislative process, once the Montana legislative session begins early in January, you need to understand the process.
With one million magazines in Montana and a $200 NFA tax for each one by Williams is where the $200 million tax on Montana gun owners comes from.
Rosendale introduced and successfully carried Montana’s Ammunition Availability Act, which was passed, signed, and is now the law in Montana. He is rated A+ by the Montana Shooting Sports Association.
Kathleen Williams at a public event said she would favor treating what she called “high capacity magazines”, really normal gun mags, like “sawed-off shotguns.”
Steve Bullock has only as much respect for the Second Amendment and the Constitution as is needed to get elected to the next public office, be warned America. He is just another gun banner.
“Not only is this ordinance a misguided attempt at public policy,” said MSSA president Gary Marbut, “but it is being fraudulently sold to the public as a ‘gun safety’ measure. Calling a gun control me
Over 100,000 copies of the Be Safe gun safety instructions have been distributed to Montana schools, gun clubs, and parents since the inception of the program.
There is one available mechanism whereby consent of the governed, or lack thereof, may be expressed very directly. That is through the power of informed jurie
Another school shooting could much worse than the recent shooting in Florida. How many children could a madman shoot in the target-rich environment of a school?
Harvey served on the Montana Shooting Sports Association Board of Directors for a decade and was a longtime member and supporter of the NRA and the Weapons Collectors Society of Montana.
People have been calling me to inquire about various races on the Montana ballot. Well, here’s my opinion, personally, about various races…
As a responsible, law-abiding gun owner, we do not want to transfer a firearm (or even a car) to another person who would use it to injure an innocent person…
MSSA’s flagship bill last session, the “Montana Ammunition Availability Act,” was SB 122 carried by Senator Matt Rosendale, passed by the Legislature, and signed into law by the Governor.
Several of you have asked me about my involvement in the recent State v. Stiffler trial in Helena. My friend Chris Rosenau has been kind enough to prepare an explanation of that for you.
The primary business of this Annual Meeting will be to elect officers and Directors, and to determine MSSA’s legislative agenda…
Reports throughout the 5-hour open-heart surgery, including the wrap-up report, all indicated that everything went smoothly and according to plan.
I have finally posted the scores earned by members of the Montana Senate and House for votes cast on firearm-related bills in the 2015 legislative session…
A course entitled “Gun Safety for Personal Protection and Concealed Weapon Permits” will be hosted in Missoula by the Montana Shooting Sports Association on Sunday, June 7th, instructed by Gary…….
Great news. SB 122 has become law because Governor Bullock has taken no action on SB 122, MSSA’s flagship for the 2015 session bill to encourage the manufacture of smokeless powder, small arms……..
But signs another. The bottom line is that Montana will now allow hunting with ATF-registered suppressors. HB 250 is effective as of today…
Montana Shooting Sports Association’s flagship bill to encourage the manufacture of ammunition components in Montana, has cleared the Senate with a final vote of 31-19…