Gary Marbut, political activist and head of the Montana Shooting Sports Association, has written a book called "Gun Laws of Montana." Advance praise comes from Secretary of State Bob Brown and University of Montana law professor Rob Natelson, among others. "On the whole, Montana's gun laws are the freest in the United States, and they thus set an example for freedom-loving people everywhere in the world," David Kopel says in the foreward.
Amazing stat: Marbut says, "We estimate that between 90% and 95% of Montana homes contain firearms, and that the average number of guns in each Montana gun-owning household is 27 (yes, you read that correctly)."
And I have only one. Does that mean somebody else out there has 53 to balance me out?