MDT PROJECT: WRAP-UP

For the longest time, we've been building up this project rifle, and our expectations alike. It started off awkwardly enough, with a used Stevens 200 purchased sight unseen in what was advertised to be .308, bu...

CLASSIC CANADIAN RIMFIRES COMPARED!

Cooey Model 600 - Old Faithful Like so many things, my feelings about the Cooey Model 600 are a matter of context. Were I not a Canadian, and were this not a gun that was literally handed down to me from my ...

MDT PROJECT: PART 4

Up until now, Calibre's project rifle; a value-loaded used Stevens action we found online for $350 and mated to a precision Shilen stainless select match barrel before dropping into an MDT TAC-21 chassis system...

BUSHNELL ELITE LONG RANGE HUNTER

In the world of firearms, there is an unmistakeable link between technology developed for military applications, and the products developed for civilians. As outlined earlier in this issue, many of the bolt act...

MAGAZINE CAPACITY EXPLAINED

Beginning with the ill-fated Bill C-80 in May of 1990, the landscape of firearm ownership in Canada changed significantly when Bill C-17 passed into law in December of 1991. Essentially a revision of the former...
Bolt action rifle guide

THE BOLT ACTION RIFLE GUIDE

In the history of the modern firearm, there are a few standout designs that have withstood the test of time, and have remained largely unchanged in the face of over a century's worth of innovation. The Colt Sin...

MDT PROJECT: PART 3

Have you ever wanted to paint something, but haven’t been entirely certain you’ll like the result? Well, we’ve gotten some crap about our two-tone project rifle’s hodgepodge of Cerakoted black parts clashing wi...