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THE NEW CANADIAN RANGER RIFLE

The Government of Canada and the Department of National Defence with Colt Canada, under the Munitions Supply Program (MSP) will replace the original Lee Enfield rifle fleet with a commercially available hunting...

GROUND ZERO: PART 3

COMMENTARY: CSSA ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING - OTTAWA It's that time of the year again, and in this important election year, the CSSA Annual General Meeting is heading to Ottawa. On May 30, 2015, the CSSA AGM wil...

GROUND ZERO: PART 2

On December 23rd, 2004, the Government of Canada introduced the new regulations on Firearms Marking. By their own admission, they were intended to comply with the United Nations Protocol against the Illicit Man...

GROUND ZERO: PART 1

A welcoming handshake for two of the best! Greetings to all the members of the Canadian Shooting Sports Association and welcome to our new partnership with Calibre magazine. The CSSA is always aiming to prov...

EVALUATING THE COMMON SENSE FIREARMS ACT

Bill C-42, The Common Sense Firearms Licensing Act, the bill introduced to Parliament on October 7, 2014 seeks to streamline some of the more useless portions of Canada’s Firearms Act. The question many gun own...

SWISS ARMS AND CZ RECLASSIFIED

The RCMP has reclassified the Cz858 and Swiss Arms, two of Canada's most popular black rifles. In doing so it has created a legal mess for itself, the Federal government, and upwards of 13,000 Canadian gun-owne...

MAGAZINE CAPACITY EXPLAINED

Beginning with the ill-fated Bill C-80 in May of 1990, the landscape of firearm ownership in Canada changed significantly when Bill C-17 passed into law in December of 1991. Essentially a revision of the former...