May 222017
 

Don’t Panic / Mostly Harmless

No, not permanently.  No need to worry about that, but we do need to go offline for a while.

After ten years (holy crap, has it been that long?) the time has come to make some major changes to the site – on both the front and back ends.  We aren’t just talking about a change of layout here, this is going to be extensive.  Some of the changes will include: Continue reading »

Apr 202017
 

The latest issue of the CSSA’s newsletter tells us of the wonderful story of how we shot ourselves in the foot…

COMMENTARY: British Columbia shuts shooting down — Learn from mistakes made there before it’s too late for you!

CSSA/CILAby CSSA/CILA
CSSA E-News

On April 5, 2017, B.C.’s recreational shooters suffered a huge setback. The Government of British Columbia shut down shooting “within 400 metres of select roads on non-municipal Crown land within the Fraser Valley Regional District.”

Why? Partly because target shooters were too lazy to clean up after themselves and partly because the B.C. government could no longer turn a blind eye to their atrocious and increasingly dangerous behaviour. Continue reading »

Mar 312017
 

The UN: utterly useless at anything that actually matters, but still managing to relentlessly meddle in your personal business since 1945.

CSAAA UPDATE – Canadian Firearms Marking Regulation

UNby CSAAA

PETERBOROUGH, ON, March 28 – On June 1st, 2017 the Canadian Firearms Marking Regulation under Bill C-10A will come into effect. The current regulation, as written, requires all firearms (as defined by the Criminal Code of Canada) imported into the country be marked “by permanently stamping or engraving on the firearm’s frame or receiver the word “Canada” or the letters “CA” and (a) in the case of a manufactured firearm, the name of the manufacturer and the firearm’s serial number; and (b) in the case of an imported firearm, the last two digits of the year of the importation.” Continue reading »

Mar 102017
 

High River Gun Grab a “blight” on retiring RCMP Commissioner’s long and storied career

BrianLilleyby Brian Lilley
Rebel Media

Bob Paulson is stepping down as the top cop at the RCMP. He served as Commissioner since November 2011, spent 32 years serving with the Mounties and before that, six years in the army. Anyone that serves their country for four decades has to be admired.

And while I have problems with Paulson over one major issue, the fact is that on other files, the force under his command has done some amazing work. Continue reading »

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