Montana Permitless Carry Bill in Senate

Montana Concealed Carry

Montana HB 271 is out of committee and coming for a vote soon in the Montana Senate.  The bill will allow any person who may legally own a firearm to carry it without a concealed carry permit, as long as you are outside of city limits.  You can be exempted from this restriction if you have proof of completion of a firearm safety course in your possession at that moment.  The NRA is recommending Montana residents contact their state senators to have them support this bill.  You can go to NRA-ILA’s Montana Legislative Action Center to find your senator.

Montana House Bill 271

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This is a neat kit where you get a S&W M&P9 Shield M2.0 along with an M&P Oasis knife and a Delta Force CS-10 Flashlight. Also, S&W is currently having a $50 rebate which brings the price down to $299.99. Not a bad deal.

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Calvin has been a key contributor to USA Carry since it launched. Along with the founder Luke McCoy, he helped gather information, research laws as well as moderate the forums and contributing firearm related articles.
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go montana go,give them citizens their due rights!!!