Montana Publishing

Missoula, Montana

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Gun Laws of Montana, by Gary Marbut

A trade paperback, 2013 Edition, Fourth Printing, updated, now in stock.

All current Montana gun laws in one place, explained in plain language.

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Stories Worth Telling, by Gary Marbut

an Amazon e-book, 2013

First-person stories of adventure and humor. From Africa to Alaska, Stories Worth Telling relates the sometimes harrowing, sometimes sidesplitting experiences of the author over five decades of adventures and misadventures.

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Five-star reviews from Amazon.com: Receives only 5-Star reviews at Amazon

“I have NOT laughed so much in years! I LOVE Gary's true stories and the way he tells them.  If there were 10 stars, I would give them all to him!” - Hercy, Connecticut

“You'll enjoy it, so just buy it already. Thank you Mr. Marbut for sharing.” - J.W., South Carolina

“Some of the tales made me laugh until I had tears in my eyes. If you are interested in some enjoyable reading, with a touch of adventure, and certainly unexpected circumstances, then pick this book up and enjoy.” - Lloyd, Montana

“If you like personal narrative stories in general, you will be delighted and surprised at the stories told here. They are all stories worth reading.” - Ty, Oregon

“Mr. Marbut's experiences in life had me in stitches. After reading each story, I found myself looking forward to the next story.” - Chris, Montana

“Get this book, you will enjoy your time rattling around inside of Gary Marbut's always fertile and often refreshingly contrarian mind.” - Matt, Florida


Hunting Elk by Handgun

An Amazon.com e-book

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Five-star reviews from Amazon.com:  "Hunting Elk by Handgun--A Primer for Beginners, a Refresher for Others by Gary Marbut meets and surpasses his goal as a straight-forward, no-nonsense, yet personable approach to hunting elk. Explaining that hunting with a handgun may not be for everyone, Gary methodically lays out the "nuts and bolts" of this motivating outdoor experience. While Gary ascertains a skilled rifle shooter, having a powerful rifle with great accuracy only needs to get within 500 yards of the critter, the stealthiness of the handgun hunter will pay off taking a shot at an elk 30-40 yards away. The beginner as well as the seasoned hunter will appreciate the clear and concise "SAFETY FIRST" discussions about equipment, ammo, scouting, knowing your game, shot placement for ethical hunting, game retrieval and more. Mr. Marbut offers sensible gun modification tips in addition to perfecting front site alignment. Did I mention, "safety first?" Gary makes his case to newcomers and experts alike to feel at home with clarifying examples and stories from his vast experience. This e-book, just published in 2013, by Montana Publishing, and selling for the economical price of $3.49, remains well worth the read. Anyone for an juicy, grilled elk steak?"  Cathy Annette Otway

Another review:  "Hunting with a traditional handgun requires special consideration of the firearm employed, and lots of practice with it, as well as scouting and stealth tactics similar to that required for bow hunting. This book covers all that ground, with extra emphasis on pistol craft, which is Gary Marbut's interest and speciality. Hunters who carry a sidearm will find suggestions that will improve their shooting and safe firearm handling skills whether or not the handgun is the primary weapon of choice for the hunt. For those considering hunting elk with with a traditional handgun, this book will be very helpful, and will provide inspiration to rise to the challenge."  M. Grimes

Montana Publishing

P.O. Box 16106

Missoula, Montana 59808

r the economical price of $3.49, remains well worth the read. Anyone for an juicy, grilled elk steak?"  Cathy Annette Otway

Another review:  "Hunting with a traditional handgun requires special consideration of the firearm employed, and lots of practice with it, as well as scouting and stealth tactics similar to that required for bow hunting. This book covers all that ground, with extra emphasis on pistol craft, which is Gary Marbut's interest and speciality. Hunters who carry a sidearm will find suggestions that will improve their shooting and safe firearm handling skills whether or not the handgun is the primary weapon of choice for the hunt. For those considering hunting elk with with a traditional handgun, this book will be very helpful, and will provide inspiration to rise to the challenge."  M. Grimes

Montana Publishing

P.O. Box 16106

Missoula, Montana 59808