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...

3 RUGERS YOU NEED TO SEE

First things first: we somehow didn’t take pictures of the SR556 Takedown, because we got so focused on the disassembly/reassembly feature our cameras just hung there, forgotten.  So we stole the above pictur...

GSG 10/22 110-ROUND MAGAZINE

Magazine capacity limits are, in a word, silly. However they are the law and as such, if you want to have fun with more than a handful of rounds with your long arm, it best be chambered in a rimfire calibre. An...
GSG STG 44 Rifle

NEW GUN: GSG STG 44 IS NON-RESTRICTED!

According to a recent press release from German Sport Guns' Canadian distributor, Blue Line Solutions, the much-awaited German company's rimfire take on the infamous German STG 44 rifle has arrived in Canada an...

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 ...

BROWNING BUCKMARK CAMPER UFX

It's a fondly remembered image for some; the look of unwavering focus mingling with excitement on a young boys face, his hands firmly wrapped around the familiar shape a .22 Browning Buck Mark pistol pointed sq...

FOUR AFFORDABLE .22 RIFLES!

Marlin XT-22 A relatively new addition to the bolt-action rimfire rifle marketplace, the Marlin XT-22 was only introduced to the world last year, but has already earned plenty of kudos from both customers an...