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AR-15 likely target of planned OIC

Yesterday Tony Clement rose in the House of Commons to ask Bill Blair the following: "I am told on good authority that the prime minister has a secret plan to ban legal firearms. Apparently, this secret plan is...
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Used Hunting Rifles: The Underdogs

If you’re in the market for a used hunting rifle, it will come as no surprise to learn that the leader board is dominated by the likes of the Tikka T3, Sako 85, and Remington 700. The reasons for their populari...

Wet Firearms: How to Keep Rust at Bay

Not every range day or hunting trip is dry and sunny; sometimes guns get wet. Some competitions and training events can even be wet on purpose, and hunting season on the British Columbian coast is not exactly a...

Do’s and Don’ts of Firearm Cleaning

Cleaning your firearm is an important task but it needn’t be a complicated one. The amount of cleaning your particular firearm requires depends on a couple of things; the action type, and how often you shoot...

Improve Your Trigger Control At Home!

Trigger control - or perhaps the lack of it - is one the main contributing factors to shooters missing their mark and, as with everything in life, the only way to get better is to practice. The good news is ...

Firearm Fundamentals Part 2: Before The Shot

We have been imagining Firearm Fundamentals as a tree, and in the last article we began with the roots of the tree; Firearms Safety. Now we climb up the trunk of Marksmanship and into the branches of Before the...

Firearm Fundamentals Part 1: Safety

Although it is a tad cliché, I like to think of Firearm Fundamentals as a tree. Firstly, and most importantly, there are the roots: Firearm Safety. Next comes the trunk: Marksmanship. Then, Marksmanship branche...