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Sep-Oct 2016 Cover

September – October 2016

A lot of people think gun bans look like the mass bans and confiscations we saw in the UK, Australia and elsewhere. A law is passed, and order goes out, and the gun-owning public is compelled to turn in property or face criminal charges. It’s not necessarily so. Civil disarmament programs come in many different forms, and although it borrows heavily for gun control lobbies in the US and internationally,…

Jul-Aug 2016 Cover

July – August 2016

As far as I’m concerned, 3-Gun competition is about the best fun you can have with a firearm. The obstacle course of solving shooting puzzles using rifles, pistols and shotguns has taken the US by storm, and is gaining popularity in Canada. Heavy Metal is the least populated and perhaps the most demanding variant of 3-Gun. When competing in the Heavy metal class, your stages are the same as other competitors, but the gear you use changes. To qualify all three…

May-Jun 2016 Cover

May – June 2016

The Canadian citizen’s right to self-defence is now under sustained attack. For example, when Stephen Harper made a statement linking gun ownership with the right of Canadians to use self-defence firearms (if police were absent), he made a statement that most Canadians would consider common sense. His reward was a barrage of criticism. Michael Bryant, Ontario’s former attorney general, denounced the idea…

Mar-Apr 2016 Cover

March – April 2016

It’s always the same, isn’t it? After a heinous tragedy occurs involving a gun, the civil disarmament lobby shifts into gear and uses it as a catalust to force more laws and regulations to strip Canadians of their rights and property. On Jan. 22, a student at La Loche Community School took a shotgun to school, murdered four people and wounded several others. This, in a remote community with little opportunity, from a kid perhaps feeling he has…


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