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Sep-Oct 2012 cover

September – October 2012

A Dirty Little Secret No More!
For those who have never had the experience, shooting sporting rifle, service rifle or benchrest-type competition well requires not only a good measure of natural skill, but the ability to focus body and mind to one purpose; all while eliminating any extraneous distractions or variables to might negatively impact your shot. It’s an extremely difficult ability to develop and master fully and I remain in awe of the shooters who return triumphant from…

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July – August 2012

The Danger of “Back-Door” Registries
Bill C-19 may have ended the registration of long guns in most of Canada, but it didn’t end the continuing controversy over firearms laws. Now it is “backdoor” gun registries. What is a backdoor gun registry? Well, that is a bit complicated. Many firearms owners are familiar with the traditional firearms business ledger book of their personal information that has been kept by retailers for years. Such info has been recorded in such…

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May – June 2012

Ignorance Is Not Bliss
One of the most frustrating aspects of the wind down of the long registry portion of the Liberal 1995 Firearms Act has been the ignorance displayed by opposition members of parliament in regards to basic Firearms Act requirements and their criminal code ramifications. During the parliamentary and senate hearings on Bill C-19, the government bill that proposes to end long gun registration, the deceptive mystifying “we register automobiles, dogs and bicycles, why not gun” card was…

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March – April 2012

Genocide, The UN And Gun Control
Governments have deliberately killed far more people between wars than killed in war during twentieth century. Almost six times as many people were murdered at the hands of those working for the government than died in battle in the last century. Governments can help make people’s lives better, but they can also turn deadly. By continuing its efforts to disarm civilians, the United Nations is undermining, not protecting democracy. The best estimate is that governments murdered 262 million…


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