Montana Firearms Freedom Act,

Montana Firearms Freedom Act, was signed into law by Governor Brian Schweitzer on April 15, 2009

The law declares that firearms manufactured in the state of Montana after October 1, 2009, and which remain in the state, are exempt from United States federal firearms regulations, provided that these items are clearly stamped “Made in Montana” on a central metallic part.

The Firearms Freedom Act (FFA) is sweeping the Nation.

Similar laws were subsequently passed in:

  • Tennessee = 2009
    – 7/9/09 became law without the governor’s signature
  • Arizona = 2010
    – 1/19/10 HB2307
    – 4/5/10 Governor Jan Brewer signed HB 2307
  • Utah = 2010
    – 2/26/10 UT Governor Signs FFA
  • Wyoming = 2010
    HB95 – 1/6/10
    – 3/11/10 Governor signs HB95
  • South Dakota = 2010
    – 1/22/10 SB89
    – 3/12/10 Governor Rounds Signs Firearms Freedom Act into Law
  • Idaho = 2010
    2/22/10 – HB589
    4/8/2010 – Governor Butch Otter signed HB 589
  • Alaska = 2010
    – HB 186
    – 5/27/10 Signed by Governor
  • Kansas = 2013
    – 4/16/13 SB102 (FFA) Signed By Governor
  • Texas = 2020

 

 

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