Montana people will NOT comply. By trying to stop hunting you would just create more outlaws and disrespect for government and law…
Some Montana gun owners have asked me where they can actually read LR-130, the November ballot issue to protect our Right to Keep and Bear Arms.
Evidence supports that the 4×4 buck was shot and killed on location and then discarded down a steep embankment. There is a reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to a conviction.
The Monatana Supreme Court has struck down a local gun law in Missoula, after the AG ruled it to be impermissible under the state preemption law. A referendum in 2020 will address the issue.
A pair of bowhunters in Montana were attacked by a grizzly bear on September 16, 2019. They stopped the attack with 9 mm pistols. One hunter said bear spray would not have worked.
Despite intense pressure from the media and the D.C. Establishment, he’s not budging in his opposition to proposed “red flag” gun grabs and expanded background checks.
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.
Oh, and there will be a ten-day waiting period after your writing or when you pen a speech so you may reconsider your intent or language after you’ve had a few days to cool down.
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 recently passed a strong knife preemption law, to buttress the Constitutional Carry for knives which was passed in 2017.
Tuesday afternoon in Helena, Montana Governor Steve Bullock held a signing ceremony for Knife Rights’ Montana Switchblade Ban Repeal and Knife Law Preemption bill, HB 155.
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
Many folks may be concerned that this wolf was harvested so close to Glasgow, and that it maybe could have posed a threat to human safety.
At the request of Knife Rights, Montana State Representative Casey Knudsen has introduced HB 155 which would repeal the state’s switchblade ban and enact Knife Law Preemption.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) is seeking public review through Jan. 15, 2019 of a draft Montana Mountain Lion Monitoring and Management Strategy.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks’ Becoming an Outdoors-Woman (BOW) program is sponsoring an ice fishing class near Fort Peck, over Jan. 4-5.
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.
Montana’s general big game hunting season closed Sunday, Nov. 25th, 2018, with deer and elk harvest totals recorded at west-central Montana’s two hunter check stations on par with recent years.
Some Upper Clark Fork Montana hunters will receive a can of free bear spray this fall, thanks to local partnerships aimed at spreading the word on bear safety and reducing conflicts.