No other pro-gun political entity in the US, heck in the World, has the exemplary string of successes that Montana Shooting Sports Association can claim.
Montana Shooting Sports Association needs your active help. We need to crank up delivery of MSSA’s Be Safe, gun safety program for kids, to the children of Montana.
They cannot grasp or admit that there are other people so stable that we wouldn’t run amok and injure innocents if we are allowed to possess guns. Therefore, they want laws to prevent everyone..
Given this Missoulian position, one supposes that the Missoulian would also support a Missoula ordinance requiring prior government approval before publishing an editorial or news story?
Governor Bullock’s veto message for HB 325 is so laden with and influenced by distrust of and hate for Montana gun owners that it only demonstrates that this document is a political rant.
It’s no surprise that the Governor was highly disingenuous in his veto message giving his reason for this veto. For example, he says HB 325 would allow felons to bring guns into schools, even though..
HB 325 is MSSA’s “fix Missoula” bill, to amend the Montana “preemption law” at 45-8-351 to prevent ongoing abuse of the law that limits all local government’s power to regulate firearms.
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.
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.
The Montana Shooting Sports Association could not identify any Democrat candidates with an acceptable voting record or an adequate returned candidate questionnaire to meet its endorsement criteria.
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.”
“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.
It was agreed that Montana Shooting Sports Association’s first priority for the 2019 legislative session should be our School Safety Act.
Some companies (e.g., The Hartford) have denied insurance to homeowners on the disclosure that they own firearms, proceed with caution.
Bump fire stocks are stupid & a waste of ammo. But, that’s not the issue here. The real issue is another assault on the Right to Keep & Bear Arms.
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.
The Montana Shooting Sports Association (MSSA) announced its endorsement today of Republican Greg Gianforte in his bid for Montana’s lone seat in the U.S. House.
Dear MSSA Friends, The last two public hearings have been scheduled for Montana Sooting Sports Association bills on Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017.
There will be a public hearing for Senate Joint Resolution 11 before the House Judiciary Committee on Thursday, March 9th, beginning at 8AM.
Also, the Montana School Safety Act (HB 385) has passed committee and will be on the House floor for Second Reading on Monday, 2/27.