Legal Information: Montana
Updated: November 18, 2022
What is the penalty for violating state firearm laws?
If a person is restricted from having a firearm because s/he was convicted of a crime, the punishment for having a firearm is imprisonment in a state prison for two to ten years.1
1 Mont. Code § 45-8-313(2)
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