• NFA's 2015 AGM

    Join us in Quebec City for the 2015 Annual General Meeting of Canada’s National Firearms Association. Friday May 22    Meet and Greet – mingle with the Directors and other activists   Saturday May 23  AGM - Open Panel Discussion  Banquet (Evening dinner with door prizes)...

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  • Son Of Big Freakin' Gun Giveway

    Donate any multiple of $35 to the NFA or recruit a new NFA member** between October 24th 2014 and October 1st 2015 and automatically get an equivalent number of chances to receive this Son of a Big Freakin' Gun package as a gift. More Information

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  • SUPREME COURT OF CANADA GRANTS NFA INTERVENER STATUS

    CANADA'S NATIONAL FIREARMS ASSOCIATION MEDIA RELEASESUPREME COURT OF CANADA GRANTS NFA INTERVENER STATUS IN MANDATORY SENTENCING CASE Today, the Supreme Court of Canada announced that it is granting intervener status to Canada's National Firearms Association in the appeal of R. v. Hussein Jama Nur...

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  • Harper Government Spending on Liberal Firearms Program Nears Half a Billion Dollars

    CANADA'S NATIONAL FIREARMS ASSOCIATION MEDIA RELEASEHarper Government Spending on Liberal Firearms Program Nears Half a Billion Dollars Canada's National Firearms Association revealed today that the Conservative Government is spending much more on gun control that you might expect. In fact,...

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  • POLL OF HIGH RIVER RESIDENTS SHOWS A DISMAL LACK OF TRUST IN RCMP

    POLL OF HIGH RIVER RESIDENTS SHOWS A DISMAL LACK OF TRUST IN RCMPA large percentage of the residents of High River, Alberta would refuse another evacuation order. A telephone poll conducted in High River, Alberta this week by Canada's National Firearms Association has shown that fifty-three percent...

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  • Firearms Law Reform Proposals Welcome, But Offer No Lasting Solutions

    CANADA'S NATIONAL FIREARMS ASSOCIATION MEDIA RELEASEFirearms Law Reform Proposals Welcome, But Offer No Lasting Solutions "The Conservative Government's firearms law reform proposals recognize many of the problems with Canada's broken firearms control system, but ultimately do not solve them" said...

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  • NFA protects Quebec range users from excessive rules

    NFA protects Quebec range users from excessive rules The NFA is pleased to report the favourable outcome of its most recent initiative to protect the rights of Quebec sports shooters. A few weeks ago, members of the "Centre de tir Maska" (a Quebec shooting range) complained to the NFA that the...

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  • At NGO Day at the U.N. Programme of Action, Forthright Talk from Canada

    At NGO Day at the U.N. Programme of Action, Forthright Talk from CanadaFrom National Review OnlineBy Ted R. Bromund Today's meeting of the U.N.'s Programme of Action on Small Arms (PoA) focused on statements by non-governmental organizations. As far as the conservative organizations go, the direct...

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Become a Member

Membership in the National Firearms Association is available in several different categories -- there are several different Membership options -- one of which will fit your needs. Your National Firearms Association Membership represents a solid indication of your support and dedication to hunting and sport shooting rights.

Welcome to the National Firearms Association

The National Firearms Association of Canada works for and with Canadian gun owners. The NFA keeps gun owners informed about current and pending legislation including Canada’s ever changing gun registration program. This ensures that gun owners know their rights under Canadian law.

The NFA provides a forum for Canadian firearms enthusiasts to discuss and unite their views on legislation. By presenting a cohesive position the NFA can more effectively lobby the Government of Canada for legislation that reflects the needs of Canadian gun owners while promoting firearms safety for the Canadian public.

The National Firearms Association of Canada provides a comprehensive list of resources for Canadian gun owners including applicable acts and regulations, legal issues, resources for lawyers, journalists, writers and firearms enthusiasts and more.

Through speeches, presentations and political action the NFA informs and represents gun owners in Canada. The Canadian Firearms Journal magazine features articles about firearms safety, firearms maintenance, women’s protection, shooting and hunting events etc.

 

NFA’s Toll-Free Number Launch!

National Firearms Association is pleased to announce that in order to better serve our membership and fellow responsible firearms owners we have now launched our new Toll-Free Telephone Line.

You can reach us here at National Firearms Association by calling:

1-877-818-0393