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Jan-Feb 2015 Cover

January – February 2015

This summer, I had the opportunity to watch a precision shooting competition and found myself fascinated by the environment – mainly because it was so different than the competitive shooting environment that I am used to. Biathlon is, without a doubt, a unique sport to begin with: maximum effort cross country skiing, combined with shooting outdoors under significant time pressure, with anywhere between 5,000 and 25,000…

Nov-Dec 2014 Cover

November – December 2014

Consider Firearms Rights When Casting Your Vote
One of the essential problems with our expensive and unnecessary firearms laws is that there is an instant stigma of guilt when someone is spotted with a firearms. The reason for this calamitous situation is quite simple: it is illegal in Canada to be in possession of a firearm,, and it has been that way for several years since the Liberal former Bill C-68 came into effect. The licensing of firearms owners is tied to the provisions of S. 91 an 92 of the criminal code that define…

Sep-Oct 2014 Cover

September – October 2014

Team NFA – The perfect Shot
I have been a competitive shooter for the past 15 years (0.22 biathlon rifle) and I am nowhere near close to finding the solution to shooting perfection. The truth may be that it doesn’t entirely exist, but every time I take a perfect bull’s eye it prompts me to want to repeat it again and again. TO find the final result we must look at all of the elements we control. After taking the effort to go through all of the motions to get a perfect shot, everyone hopes to see a…

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.


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