VORTEX VENOM RED DOT

We love red dots. And we love them for a couple reasons: First off, we’re range rats; we spend most of our time shooting at distances of 100 metres or less. And secondly, there are few optics as versatile as a ...

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...

FIRST LOOK: HAZARD 4 DIAGONAL MESSENGER BAG

A few weeks ago we brought you a glimpse of the awesome Mission Workshop Rummy, explaining that we were assembling gear for some comparison articles.  Well, if you liked the quality but wanted something a littl...
Brixia PM-5 Shotgun

BRIXIA PM-5: A VALTRO BY ANY OTHER NAME…

The Brixia PM-5 isn’t just like the Valtro PM-5.  It is the Valtro PM-5.  And that’s awesome. Depending on your age, you might remember the guns of the nineteen-eighties pretty fondly. Or you might not remem...
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...
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...

DAGGER SAP6 SHOTGUN REVIEW

The Dagger SAP6 is a new entry into the Canadian tactical shotgun market.  Starting at $699, the SAP6 was designed in Canada by Tactical Imports and is manufactured in Turkey specifically for the Canadian marke...

O’DELL ENGINEERING LMSR2 REVIEW

If you ask a dozen gun designers to each label one singular aspect of Eugene Stoner's AR-15 design as the "most important part," chances are good that you'll get a dozen different answers. They may vary from th...