If Montana Governor Steve Bullock is elected to the U.S. Senate, and former Vice President Joe Biden is elected President, they may be working together on changing the nation’s gun laws, something of concern to Gary Marbut, President of the Montana Shooting Sports Association.
We were talking about the gun control debate with Breitbart.com's AWR Hawkins, and he mentioned how this Democrat congressional candidate in Colorado literally got pepper sprayed- all in an effort to promote more gun control measures.
After 17 Florida high school students were killed by a lone gunman on Wednesday in Florida, questions were raised about how the troubled 19 year-old was able to legally obtain the weapon he used in the attack.
In a 10-2 vote of the Committee on Public Safety and Health, the Missoula City Council has voted to move forward with a controversial ordinance to insure that 'no sale or transfer of a firearm shall take place within the city limits unless and until the person purchasing or otherwise receiving the firearm passes a national instant criminal background check.'
Missoula’s Heidi Kendall, volunteer for the Montana chapter of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, said the issue she sees as most problematic in keeping guns out of the wrong hands is that of inadequate background checks.
After the massacre of 49 people and the wounding of dozens of others at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida this weekend, the cry immediately began again from pundits and politicians to restrict the ownership of certain types of firearms.