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(1) Shooting range grant funds may be used to purchase public or private land for the purpose of a shooting range. Fee title or an equitable interest in the land must be held by the applicant. The applicant must provide evidence that other adequate land is not available for lease. A copy of the purchase agreement, an appraisal from a qualified appraiser and a commitment for title insurance must be submitted prior to dispersal of grant funds. If funding is provided for the purchase of land, the department must be listed as a reversionary interest on the property title. Section 87-1-278 , MCA, sets forth the conditions that trigger a diversionary interest. Funding assistance will be provided at a maximum 50% state, 50% applicant matching basis, not to exceed 30% of available program funds for the state share.

History: 87-1-201, 87-1-279, MCA; IMP, 87-1-201, 87-1-276, 87-1-277, 87-1-278, 87-1-279, 87-2-105, MCA; NEW, 1992 MAR p. 1143, Eff. 5/29/92; AMD, 2003 MAR p. 1986, Eff. 9/12/03.

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