Internet Technician Solves Warning Shot Mystery
An incident in Missoula, Montana, leads to the arrest of one woman and many people without internet service. Between the Concealed Carry Podcast and the content we publish on the site, we’ve gone on the record to denounce firing warning shots as dangerous, unnecessary, and potentially criminal too many times to count. However, I think…Read More
Montana Permitless Carry on Campus Blocked by Judge
House Bill 102 that the Montana Governor signed into law back in February of 2021 brought permitless carry to the state. But a District Court Judge’s ruling has put a pause on the law related to college campuses. Montana House Bill 102: As written, the law allows concealed carry on college campuses without a permit.…Read More
Montana Constitutional Carry
Helena, Montana — The governor just signed House Bill 102 that is designed to allow Montana residents to carry a concealed gun without a permit in more public places. There is also a section in the bill that will limit public university officials from restricting gun possession on campus. The purpose of the bill, as…Read More
Does Montana Accept Online Concealed Carry Classes?
UPDATE: The below article was written prior to Jan 1st, 2021 and at the time it was written one could take an online class and apply for a Virginia non-resident permit. That is NO LONGER TRUE. This article is outdated and the reader should note that Virginia no longer accepts online training. The main takeaway?…Read More
Does Montana Require Live Range Fire to Get A CCW Permit?
Across the country, the number of concealed carry permit applicants has been on the rise, however from state to state the rules to receive said permit can be quite different. For example. some states require concealed carry applicants to prove their handgun competency by firing the handgun as a prerequisite to applying.Read More
Missoula Background Check Deemed Illegal
Montana’s Attorney General Tim Fox has stated that Missoula’s recent gun background check ordinance violates Montana state law.Read More
Missoula Police to Enforce New Gun Ordinance Based Upon Complaints
The Missoula City council voted 8-4 to require background checks for all private gun sales on Monday. The Missoula Police Department says they plan to enforce the ordinance on a “complaint basis,” but specifics will not be outlined until the ordinance goes into effect at the beginning of November.Read More
1 Year Ago – Woman Shoots At Assailant in Billings
In Billings MT a 39-year old woman was attacked by a man when she walked outside her home to retrieve something from her car. When the assailant attacked from behind he knocked her down to the ground.Read More