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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…

Nov-Dec 2013 cover

November – December 2013

Canada has both a long and proud military and firearms heritage. Our nation was founded by good men and women, who built our great country out of savage wilderness with their blood, sweat and tears, musket and rifle by their side. At Vimy Ridge, we came came of age as a nation and earned our place on the world stage, stepping out of Britain’s shadow in the process. Through force of arms and uncompromising bravery and valour, Canadian soldiers, sailors and airmen earned the universal respect…

Sep-Oct 2013 cover

September – October 2013

Dwelling in the Grey: Self-Defence in a Time of Change
How safe are you in your home? In your vehicle as you drive to work in the early morning hours or back home, late at night? How safe do you feel walking through a darkened parking lot at night and alone? Do you worry about the safety of your family in the case of a home invasion or a burglary gone awry? Do you consider your firearms the first line…

Jul-Aug 2013 cover

July – August 2013

On The Cover
Kids are the future of our shooting sports. However, each of us need to ask ourselves what sort of legacy will be left for them to inherit if we allow the RCMP, and their allies within Ottawa’s gun control bureaucracy, to continue to wage their undeclared war upon legitimate firearms ownership? While already an ardent outdoorsman, skilled marksman, hunter and trapper-in-training, – I fear for Caleb’s future. When…


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