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Jul-Aug 2014 Cover

July – August 2014

Letter From A Friend
Armed citizens could have made a difference in the wake of one of the most tragic events in RCMP history. It cannot be overstated how this event has both shocked and sickened the citizens of New Brunswick, and Canadians as a whole. As a resident of New Brunswick and a firearms enthusiast, I have been struggling to come to grips with this senseless tragedy. As an IPSC shooter in New Brunswick, I’ve had the privilege to shoot and compete with Cst. Fabrice Georges Gevauda.

May-Jun 2014 Cover

May – June 2014

Putting An End To Gun Grabbing
NFA no longer willing to compromise
Since the first coming into force of Canada’s first firearms laws way back in 1892, law-abiding firearms owners have compromised our position. Little by little, the gun grabbers have slowly and incrementally removed firearms rights in Canada. We, the law abiding, wanted to be reasonable so we compromised a position just have it consumed by the gun grabbers. The recent re-classifications of the CZ and Swiss Arms have galvanized the NFA’s position of no compromise. Gael Forest and the NFA…

Mar-Apr 2014 Cover

March – April 2014

Pray The RCMP Don’t Look After Your Town In A State Of Emergency
How would you feel if the RCMP kicked in your front door, search your home, spreading mud from one end to the other and seized your private property, all without a warrant? The following story is from just one one of 1,900 homes that had their doors kicked in by RCMP in High River, Alta., during eight days last summer. On June 20, 2013, floodwaters started lapping at the door of Jane…

Jan-Feb 2014 Cover

January – February 2014

Civilian firearms ownership is a Canadian heritage, but their use has been regulated since the early days of Confederation. Over time, more gun controls have been instituted. In the 1970s, the government introduced more intermediate strength gun controls, followed by the institution of much stricter gun controls in the 1990s, under Bills C-17 and C-68, the Firearms Act. Today, Canada stands as a country with some of the strictest gun controls in the world. While the intent and purpose of gun control in Canada…


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