Museum Pieces: Walther MPL

The Walther MPL's Roots While its roots can be traced back to 1780, Walther GmbH was officially founded in 1886 in the present-day town of Zella-Mehlis in central Germany. At its inception, the small worksho...

NEW AR-15 SEMI-AUTOMATIC STANDARD: RCMP

The RCMP have circulated a new memo to gun industry members advising them of a new AR-15 semi-automatic standard being used to classify semi-automatic AR-15 receivers from fully automatic receivers. Historic...

BUSHMASTER ACR DMR: NON-RESTRICTED REVIEW

The United States is the single largest civilian firearm market on earth. And within that market, one rifle reigns supreme: The AR-15. And for good reason. It's pretty much everything you could possibly want in...
No Shooting Areas

BC RESTRICTS CROWN LAND SHOOTING AREAS

The Province of British Columbia is closing numerous popular crown land areas to firearm enthusiasts. The Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations has announced that "no shooting" zones have b...
FN FNS-9

FN FNS-9: INTRODUCTION TO THE LONG TERM TEST

Fabrique Nationale d’Herstal, more commonly known as FN, is kind of a big deal.  Like a lot of our readers (at least those of us who have sadly bid farewell to being asked for ID at the liquor store even though...
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...