A comment from the Attorney General of the United States, Loretta Lynch, following the deaths of 14 people and the injuries to 21 others in San Bernadino, California by what are now considered to be Islamic extremists, has drawn a response from the President of the Montana Shooting Sports …
The President of the Montana Shooting Sports Association said following the close of the legislative session on Tuesday that he was both encouraged and disappointed with the reaction to bills he helped to author and guide through the legislature.
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.
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.
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.