This is a fascinating read. It irks me when I here people say it's a "collective" right or a "right" "given" to us by government.. The government doesn't have rights, people do. The government has powers "granted" by the people and are held in check... or at least are supposed to be.
I hope Montana beats the drums about this so it brings more attention to the matter and maybe people will wake up one day and say... "you know what, the national guard didn't exist when the constitution was written, I wonder if it really IS an individual right?"