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North Idaho City Eyes Ending Gun Ban at Parades

A northern Idaho city is looking at eliminating a local ordinance banning weapons from parades and festivals enacted years ago when Aryan Nations members used to march annually.

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Two Missoula Convenience Stores Hit by Armed Robber(s), Police Looking for Suspects

Two convenience stores, one on South Reserve and one on South Orange Street, were robbed at gunpoint Monday night, March 3. In both cases the robber brandished a black handgun and was able to escape with an undisclosed amount of cash.

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Ammo Shortage Still Effecting Some Hunting Rounds, Commercial Ammo Buyer Describes Trends

High-volume ammunition has been difficult to come by in recent years, but during the hunting season, many Montanans were faced with low supplies of traditional hunting rounds as well.  Even though general hunting season is over, certain types of ammunition are still tough to come by.

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Minor is Taken into Custody After A Gunshot Was Reported Near Big Sky High School

MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — Missoula County officials say a juvenile is in custody on suspicion of pointing a pistol at the occupants of a vehicle and then firing a few shots in the air near Big Sky High School in Missoula.

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Pro Gun – Anti Gun Cultures Clash in Missoula [VIDEO] [AUDIO]

New York City Mayor Michael Blumberg's 'No More Names; National Drive to Reduce Gun Violence' bus tour came to the University of Montana campus on Thursday afternoon, and was met by an equal number of pro-gun supporters, many from the Montana Shooting Sports Association.

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Several Guns – Ammunition Stolen During Seeley Lake Burglary [AUDIO]

Sometime between October of 2012 and July of 2013, someone broke into a home in Seeley Lake and stole several rifles and shotguns, along with numerous boxes of

ammunition.

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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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Missoula County Begins Active Shooter Response Training

Tomorrow, June 11, at Bonner high school, a group of teachers, law enforcement professionals, hospital workers and others will undergo training on how to respond to the threat of an active shooter.

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Stevensville Mayor Vetoes Section of Gun Ordinance

The mayor of a western Montana town has vetoed the portion of a weapons ordinance passed by the town council banning open and concealed carry in parks.

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Max Baucus Challenged by Progressive Groups After Vote Against New Gun Control Measures

Max Baucus attacked by progressive group for 'No' vote on new gun control measures.

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