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Jan-Feb 2016 Cover

January – February 2016

Every night, the police check all licensed firearms owners. As if that was not enough, the RCMP encourages officers to check before attending a call to see if anyone has a firearms licence at their destination. Licence information is made readily available on Canadian Police Information Centre (CPIC) virtually without restriction through the portal to the Canadian Firearms Registry Online (CFRO). Typically, police are…

Nov-Dec 2015 Cover

November – December 2015

There’s a lot of speculation about what the results of the 2015 federal election will be, and on how the gun laws and regulations might evolve, or devolve, given which party forms the next government. s I write this, neither the liberal party nor the NPD party is strong enough to win a majority government. The Conservatives may form…

Sep-Oct 2015 Cover

September – October 2015

Many Canadians will view the intended reversal of the Swiss Arms/CZ 858 reclassification under Bill C-42, and the government’s review of the RCMP Mossberg .22 AK/Blaze rifle prohibited classification, as well as the other reforms contained in this bill, as victories in the battle for common sense in the battle for common sense in firearms regulation. It’s true, for most of the modern era of gun control in Canada reclassification went…

Jul-Aug 2015 Cover

July – August 2015

The Quebec Shooting Federation is better known under it’s French name, Fédération Québécoise de Tir, or it’s acronym, FQT. At first glance, the FQT appears to be an independent, not-for-profit corporation, run by people interested in promoting shooting sports and their growth. In reality, it is a completely different kind of beast. As per the FQT’s own website, the …

 

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