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...
Dominion Arms Grizzly

DOMINION ARMS GRIZZLY TORTURE TESTED

There we were, innocently plinking away in the bush with a new Dominion Arms Grizzly on a frosty Canadian Saturday in the middle of winter.  This gun was running nicely; we haven’t been huge fans of past editio...

REMINGTON V3 ARRIVES IN CANADA

If there's one thing Remington is known for, it is arguably their shotguns. From the ubiquitous 870 pump gun to the 1100 and 11-87 semi-auto shotguns, their line of scatterguns has truly stood the test of time,...
SAP6 Competition

SAP6 UPDATE: NEW COMPETITION MODEL

If you recall from our original review of the SAP6 when it was first imported into the Canadian market, you know that we had one bugaboo with the original gun’s design: the safety. Not that it was overly proble...
Derya shotgun

DERYA MK-10: FIRST LOOK

Although we’ll be holding off on doing our full review until we spend a bit more time with it, our test Derya MK-10 shotgun showed up at the Calibre offices over the last few days, so we thought we would snap a...
ATA Arms Venza Shotgun

ATA ARMS VENZA: TURKISH DELIGHT

Turkey is known for a great many things. If we’re blunt, the manufacturing of superlative shotguns is not among those things. Due to their combination of incredibly skilled but cheap labour and access to relati...