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Cover-up of High River forced entries continues

On June 25, 2013, Alberta Justice Minister Jonathan Denis asked his Deputy Minister, Tim Grant this question: ‘What legal authority do the police rely upon to forcibly enter private property in the flood stricken area?’
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RECALL: Ruger, again?

Ruger Precision Rifles (regardless of caliber) that have an aluminum bolt shroud and fall within the following serial number ranges are potentially affected: 1800-26274 to 1800-78345 or 1801-00506 to 1801-30461.
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Dumb magnets beat smart gun

Oh, look; yet another Miracle Cure For Gun Violence® has fallen flat on its face.  What are the odds?
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1,000-Pound-Draw Crossbow

Looking for a new crossbow this year? How about one that could take down a T-Rex?

Good at Gloating, Bad at Counting

The simple truth is that the anti-gun movement has lost big in the state legislatures this year, even while some states remain in session and more pro-gun bills are on the move.  At this point, the ratio of pro- to anti-gun bills actually signed into law in the states is about 20:1.

Nice to see someone own up for a change

Here is the unfortunate story of how a couple of teams of researchers and a whole bunch of news organizations, including this one, unintentionally but thoroughly misinformed the public.

The New Magnum Research Baby Desert Eagle III 9mm

Magnum Research, owned by Kahr Arms, imports IWI’s Baby Desert Eagle. The gun is no lightweight, hitting the scale at 38.6 ounces (unloaded). Out of the box, it feels a bit heavy, but it is a stout pistol that gives the immediate impression that it won’t break when the going gets tough.
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Canadian Sniper’s Record Shot

And I thought Rob Furlong was impressive.  This guy apparently scored a kill from a range of 3,540 metres!  For those of you who can't be bothered with the math, just over two miles away.

Meet the Frankenregistry

The Grits, along with their accomplices in the RCMP, violated the law by keeping data they had no business having at all. Now they want to make sure they can keep ignoring the law by creating so many copies of the data that hunting them all down would be damned near impossible.

The gun registry still exists, despite a vote to destroy it

Why would Deputy Commissioner Henschel testify before Parliament that the registry records had been destroyed when his department was sitting on a hard drive with the data he claimed was deleted? The public was lied to by politicians and the Mounties, now they are owed some honest answers.