The bill limits the hunt to muzzleloaders with iron sights, and traditional firearms such as flintlock, percussion cap and matchlock designs rather than modern muzzleloaders with scopes.
The police officer who fatally shot a Black man during a traffic stop in a Minneapolis suburb apparently intended to fire a Taser, not a handg…
The new firearm carry law, signed by Republican Gov. Greg Gianforte on Feb. 18, will go into effect on Montana's campuses June 1.
President Joe Biden announced a half-dozen executive actions Thursday aimed at addressing gun violence across the nation that he called an “epidemic and an international embarrassment."
Episode 11: Scott Rada and Richard Kyte talk about how their different life experiences frame how they each look at firearm safety. Later, they discuss a recent poll that shows most Americans no longer belong to a church.
A 9 mm Glock G19 semi-automatic pistol loaded with 15 rounds plus one in the chamber was found.
"Who doesn't want to have a great gun flag?" Republican Rep. Caleb Hinkle asked during a hearing on his proposal.
Traditional muzzleloader hunters will have a new nine-day deer and elk season hunter a bill nearing passage in the Montana Legislature.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives are offering a reward of $5,000 for information related to the theft of 10 firearms from a St. Regis store.
The bill adds language to state law covering penalties for bringing firearms to schools with the intent of clarifying that expulsion is discretionary for school boards.
After the passage of major gun legislation earlier in the session, state lawmakers are continuing to attempt to change who can carry guns and where in the state.
A bill signed into law Thursday by Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte allows concealed firearms to be carried in most places in the state without a permit.
Muzzleloaders would be restricted to iron sights and traditional firearms such as flintlock and matchlock designs rather than modern muzzleloaders with scopes.
Like so many Montanans, I grew up with a rifle in one hand and a shotgun in the other.
A bill that aims to expand the list of locations where concealed firearms are allowed with and without a permit passed a vote by the Republican-controlled Montana House Thursday.
A Montana legislative committee voted down an amendment Monday to remove the allowance of concealed firearms on college campuses before advancing a bill to the full House of Representatives.
Each week, bureau reporters Seaborn Larson and Sam Wilson, along with deputy bureau chief Tom Kuglin, bureau chief Holly Michels and host Thom Bridge, will take their work off the printed and digital page.
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One gun and ammo store owner said the demand has been "absolutely insane." FBI has conducted nearly 40,000 more firearm background checks this year in Montana compared to 2019.
A 31-year-old Helena man was arrested Friday night on suspicion of fatally shooting a 37-year-old Helena man in a Helena Valley home early that morning.
A 27-year-old Pryor man has been indicted on murder, assault and firearm charges connected to the death of a Crow woman in late October.