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U.S. Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Montana Gun Rights Case [AUDIO]

The United States Supreme Court has refused to consider a lower court ruling against the Montana Firearms Freedom Act, however, the issue has not yet been completely defeated.

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Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Rules on Montana Gun Case [AUDIO]

A Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals decision on Friday (Aug. 23) means one step forward and one step back for the Montana Shooting Sports Association in its battle to validate the Montana Firearms Freedom Act.

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Missoula Self-Defense Expert on Reaction to Zimmerman Verdict [AUDIO]

After the George Zimmerman trial and not-guilty verdict in Florida, there is a heightened local interest in self-defense. Gary Marbut, President of the Montana Shooting Sports Association is qualified as an expert witness in matters of self-defense and use-of-force.

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Gun Rights Advocate – Montanans Must Hold Their Senators Feet to the Fire [AUDIO]

Following last weeks dramatic vote on the floor of the U. S. Senate denying President Obama his gun control victory, a Montana gun rights activist is encouraging citizens to hold Montana's two Democratic senators' feet to the fire over the issue.

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UPDATE – Montana Governor Vetoes State Anti-Gun Control Bill

UPDATE- Friday, March 29, 2013 This report Filed by the Associated Press

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Gov. Steve Bullock has vetoed a bill that would have prohibited local and state police from enforcing any potential federal gun bans.

House Bill 302 was backed by gun advocates who argued the state should be ready in case Congress enacts a gun ban. They say the measure would also send a strong signal that Montana opposes gun bans.

Bullock said in his Thursday veto message that it does not appear that Congress will ban assault weapons. Bullock called the Legislature's bill "unnecessary political theater."

He added that if House Bill 302 were used as intended, it would turn police into criminals for not cooperating with federal officers, as they are required to do.

Bullock also vetoed a bill that would allow wolf hunters to use silencers on their rifles

HB 302 was passed by both houses of the legislature on Tuesday, March 26, and sent to Governor Steve Bullock's desk for his signature.

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Board of Regents Official Explains ‘No Guns on Campus’ Policy [AUDIO]

House Bill 240 went before the Senate Education Committee on Monday. The bill, written by Gary Marbut, President of the Montana Shooting Sports Association, would make it legal for any registered gun owner to carry their weapon anywhere on campus.

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How Gun Bills are Made in Montana

All fourteen of the pro-gun bills presented to the Montana legislature this session were crafted by Gary Marbut of the Montana Shooting Sports Association, which is headquartered in Missoula.

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Montana Gun Rights Advocate Speaks About Possible Gun Control From President [AUDIO]

President Obama is scheduled to announce up to 19 executive orders to control guns and ammunition on Wednesday.

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The Left And Right Clash Over Guns in Wake of School Shootings [AUDIO]

The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence has called a news conference for Tuesday morning with families of mass shooting victims.

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