Sally Mauk talks with Lake Cy Sheriff Jay Doyle about why he thinks the government wants your guns

Bushmaster semi-automatic rifle

Bushmaster semi-automatic rifle

Five Montana sheriffs so far have publicly stated they will not enforce new executive orders or laws that seek to confiscate or control guns. The sheriffs from Sanders, Ravalli, Powell, Wibaux and Mussellshell counties believe such laws are a violation of the Second Amendment. Lake County Sheriff Jay Doyle has also sent out a press release saying law-abiding citizens have the right to own firearms, whether it be “one or one hundred.” He also vows to stop any federal effort to take guns away.
All of this is in reaction to proposed new legislation to once again ban so-called assault weapons, and tighten federal gun control laws. In this feature interview, Sheriff Doyle of Lake County talks with News Director Sally Mauk about his concerns, first outlined in his recent press release.