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.”
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.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation worked with a conservation-minded family to permanently protect nearly 1,000 acres of elk habitat in southwest Montana.
Montana’s wolf population has remained relatively stable with an annual wolf harvest that averages about 225 animals per year.
Would you release a 30.5-inch rainbow trout if you caught it? David Raisch of Pocatello did, and he’s now a Montana state-record holder.
“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
It was agreed that Montana Shooting Sports Association’s first priority for the 2019 legislative session should be our School Safety Act.
The Montana Hunting & Fishing News Magazine is offering an exclusive free look at their February 2018 issue online for Ammoland.com readers.
BHA Montana united in support of America’s public lands and waters this evening at an anti-public lands event headlined by scofflaw rancher Cliven Bundy.
Steve Bullock, State Representative Alan Doane, leaders from RMEF, CSF announced the creation of the Montana Land Access Network.
A hunter who was tracking a wounded elk was attacked by a grizzly. The bear chomped on his hand, then retreated. He readied his bear spray.
The Montana Hunting & Fishing News Magazine is offering an exclusive free look at their December 2017 issue online for Ammoland.com readers.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks’ Havre hunter check station has been operating for five weeks so far for the 2017 hunting season.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks’ hunter check station was fairly active over the weekend general deer and elk opener, with an increase of hunters.
Each fall tens of thousands of Montana men and women spend anywhere from a few hours to a several weeks hunting. Most have a wonderful time.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks reminds hunters and all outdoor enthusiasts to be good stewards of the land, and respect both private and public property.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks game wardens are seeking any information regarding multiple mule deer killed in McCone County on Oct. 14.
Local organizations are teaming up to provide a public “sight-in day” at the VCRPC shooting range starting at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 14.
A free youth outdoor skills event is scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 15, at the Glasgow Trap Club. The event is organized and funded by donations and volunteers.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks game wardens are seeking any information regarding a BMA sign-in box that was vandalized in Blaine County.
The Montana Hunting & Fishing News Magazine is offering an exclusive free look at their October 2017 issue online for Ammoland.com readers.
Hunters must do their part to prevent wildfires and to keep themselves safe by following these fire safety precautions…
An Interior Department report recommending ambiguous “boundary changes” to national monuments prized by sportsmen and women drew swift criticism.
The Montana Hunting & Fishing News Magazine is offering an exclusive free look at their September 2017 issue online for Ammoland.com readers.