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    Read below then act accordlingly. This is the way it was before 1968 Nazis modeled Gun Control Act - there were no FFL's or stupid paperwork.





    1. Read all below, e-mails and links.

    2. Request all order at least one Buckaroo Rifle - order more than one is
    even better, even if live out of state, you can donate the rifle(s) to a
    youth shooting organization in Montana when the time comes. Remember this
    order requires no money now or upfront.

    E-mail Gary Marbut and Mr. Rhoades on the same e-mail order.

    3. For more information on this subject:


    http://firearmsfreedomact.com/

    http://www.google.com/#hl=en&q=monta...48890d3c90c6fc

    http://www.progunleaders.org/

    http://www.mtssa.org/



    >> ----- Original Message -----
    >> From: "Gary Marbut-MSSA" <mssa@mtssa.org>
    >> To: <mssa@mtssa.org>
    >> Sent: Tuesday, February 09, 2010 11:45 PM
    >> Subject: Buckaroo - Amazing!! Thanks!!
    >>
    >>
    >>> Dear MSSA Friends,
    >>>
    >>> I travelled to Ronan this evening to speak to an interested and
    >>> attentive group of patriots there.
    >>>
    >>> When I got home, there were 65 emails in my Inbox (still coming in) from
    >>> people willing to buy Buckaroos, most for multiple rifles. One nice
    >>> lady who lives in Texas even said she'd buy two Buckaroos and donate
    >>> them to a youth shooting program in Montana!
    >>>
    >>> Because there's just not time to respond to each of you individually,
    >>> THANKS A LOT!!
    >>>
    >>> To be honest, it's a long shot whether or not ANY of these rifles will
    >>> EVER be manufactured. Some of you even offered to send money. Not yet.
    >>> First, we must win the lawsuit, which means going all the way to the
    >>> U.S. Supreme Court. Your enthusiastic support will help with that.
    >>>
    >>> So, if your kids or grandkids need a youth rifle now, don't wait for the
    >>> Buckaroo. Stay tuned.
    >>>
    >>> Please pass this on to the list of folks to whom you redistributed my
    >>> original Buckaroo email.
    >>>
    >>> Thanks again!!
    >>>
    >>> Gary Marbut, president
    >>> Montana Shooting Sports Association
    >>> http://www.mtssa.org
    >>> author, Gun Laws of Montana
    >>> http://www.mtpublish.com
    >>>
    >>>
    >> ----- Original Message -----
    >> From: Gary Marbut-MSSA
    >> To: mssa@mtssa.org
    >> Sent: Tuesday, February 09, 2010 3:30 PM
    >> Subject: Help needed - Youth .22 rifle buyers?
    >>
    >>
    >> Dear MSSA Friends,
    >>
    >> In our lawsuit to validate the Montana Firearms Freedom Act, MSSA v.
    >> Holder, I am the only individual plaintiff.
    >>
    >> The U.S. has filed a Motion to Dismiss, in part claiming I lack standing
    >> because I don't have any firm plans to make and sell an MFFA item.
    >>
    >> But I do.
    >>
    >> I've researched the possibility of manufacturing, under the terms of the
    >> MFFA, a youth model, single shot, bolt action .22 rifle. This rifle will
    >> be the size of a Chipmunk youth rifle (with a couple of improvements),
    >> and will be mechanically similar to a Winchester Model 67A (with a couple
    >> of improvements), which has not been manufactured for almost 50 years
    >> (original John Browning patent in 1899). I'm calling this
    >> not-yet-available model the "Montana Buckaroo."
    >>
    >> I may only make these IF MSSA is successful in its MFFA lawsuit, but it
    >> would be VERY helpful in addressing the "standing" question if I have
    >> evidence that there are a lot of folks in Montana who would buy these
    >> rifles, IF we win the lawsuit and IF I can actually produce them.
    >>
    >> So, how many of you are willing to declare that you would purchase one
    >> (or more) of these (historical) Made-in-Montana rifles at a price of $100
    >> each, IF we win the lawsuit, and IF I can actually get them into
    >> production.
    >>
    >> If you are willing to declare that you would buy such a rifle(s),
    >> remember that they may never leave Montana and that your expressed desire
    >> to purchase will be entered into the court records in MSSA v. Holder.
    >>
    >> So, if you are willing, please reply to this email and tell me that you
    >> would like to buy one or more Montana Buckaroos, how many you'd like to
    >> buy, and please also copy our lead attorney ("Quentin Rhoades"
    >> <qmr@montanalawyer.com&gt on your email for his records.
    >>
    >> Thanks,
    >>
    >> Gary Marbut, president
    >> Montana Shooting Sports Association
    >> http://www.mtssa.org
    >> author, Gun Laws of Montana
    >> http://www.mtpublish.com
    >>
    >>
    >


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    Are you in the USA on OpenCarry going to suppport MSSA in it's fight for State Rights or not ? All talk and no action or WTFO ?

    I received an e-mail last night over 350 of these rifles have been placed on order from people in Montana, even a few people from WY ID TX ordered rifles and donated them to any Montana Youth Shooting Sports Organization.

    Please get engaged and suppport, this started with a Bill in 2009 then became law when the Governor of the State of Montana signed it in APR 2009. Many of you said you supported this action, where are you now ? where is your support now ?

    Yes, for the record I have ordered rifles too ! Now how about you ?

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    I think a portion of the issue lies in:

    1) We're broke. I don't know anyone who isn't being drastically affected by the sabotaged economy

    2) We can't justify a gun we can't own.

    3) How many guns can you buy for kids you don't know, when you have kids of your own who still don't have a gun due to #1.

    I'm all for it, but since the guns are land-locked to Montana, the money goes away and there is no benefit to the spender.

    Besides, a sissy little .22lr? I could justify owning a rifle that isn't in my house if it were, say, a .50 BMG or even better, a .338 Edge. If things get bad enough, I'd be heading that direction anyway...

    I've already got .22s. Why do I need another, much less 3000 miles away?

    Don't get me wrong, I think it's an awesome step; for people who live in Montana.
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