Cooey

COOEY: THE HISTORY OF CANADA’S GUNMAKER

The final Cooey plant in Cobourg was the largest industrial plant in town. For a variety of reasons, the history of the gun industry in Canada is somewhat abbreviated. While our neighbors to the south lay c...
Canuck Hi Power

NEW GUNS COMING TO CANADA!

Well Canadian gun owners, after what feels like an eternity of political repartee, we have some good news: There’s a handful of new firearms headed our way and there’s something for everyone in the mix. Firs...

HOW TO ZERO A RIFLE

Choosing the best zero for your rifle Here at Calibre we see a lot of information on how to zero your rifle. That’s important information, of course, but a lot of the time we notice that the articles on zero...

MFT AR FURNITURE

Mission First Tactical builds polymer AR furniture. There’s another company doing this that’s had a bit of success- maybe you’ve heard of them - and MFT is the first challenger we’ve seen. How are they doing? W...
Chiappa Lever Action Rifle Alaskan Cowboy

CHIAPPA LEVER GUNS REVIEWED

If you feel like carrying a six-shooter chambered in .44 Remington Magnum with you in the bush, you’re definitely not alone.  Thankfully, there’s no reason you can’t, at least not if you count the short-barrell...
Kel Tec Sub-2000 carbine

NEW GUN: KEL TEC SUB-2000 GEN 2!

At SHOT Show 2015, Kel Tec displayed a new variation of their Sub-2000 pistol calibre carbine. Well-liked by many due to it's compact and lightweight folding design, as well as it's capability to take a variety...
CZ958 Czech Rifle

GUN PREVIEW: THE CANADA-EXCLUSIVE CZ958

It has been just over a year since the RCMP kicked the hornets nest and re-classified the 858 rifle. Those with access to the FRT database sounded the alarm: things had changed, and changed drastically. What wa...
GSG STG 44 Rifle

NEW GUN: GSG STG 44 IS NON-RESTRICTED!

According to a recent press release from German Sport Guns' Canadian distributor, Blue Line Solutions, the much-awaited German company's rimfire take on the infamous German STG 44 rifle has arrived in Canada an...
SKS Torture Test

THE SKS TORTURE TEST

In 1943 a Soviet gun designer by the name of Sergei Gavrilovich Simonov designed a relatively small and lightweight carbine chambered in the then-new 7.62x39mm round. Using a dramatically scaled-down version of...