This sounds like one of those "only in Montana" stories, but it's actually taking place in a small Nebraska town.

Some seniors at Broken Bow high school wanted to pose with their guns for their senior pictures. Not in a threatening manner (no guns pointed at the camera or sideways pistols), just tastefully shouldered to reflect their interests and lifestyle. The school board voted 6 to 1 in favor of allowing the guns as props.

This is the kind of story that would infuriate parents in Seattle or Portland, but I'm curious how this would go over at a Montana school. For the record, the pictures had to be taken off of school property as they do have a zero tolerance no weapons policy on the school grounds.

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