Some purchase guns for protection and others own them for sport.
Whichever side one ascribes to, one truth is imminent; the round-up and ban of assault rifles by big government. [Read more…] about Take My Gun, Then Take My Freedom
It can be frustrating for any shooter, new or otherwise, when you’re not getting the groupings that you might like at the range (if you’re hitting anything at all). One sure-fire way to get some real-time feedback – take a hard look at your target. [Read more…] about Target Talk
Don’t break out the cranberry sauce just yet. Wild turkeys are a lot harder to hunt than you might think, especially for beginners. [Read more…] about Turkey Time
Owning a firearm is a big responsibility. Contrary to how the media depicts gun owners, most are reasonable, law-abiding members of society.
They are well versed in a bevy of topics surrounding firearms.
Nonetheless, brandishing is one issue that is ambiguous for even the most seasoned of gun owners. [Read more…] about Dishing On Brandishing
Is anyone watching the news of late? I am not speaking of the Russian Ukraine conflict that has pounded the airwaves for two months.
Instead of the mainstream media accounts of what is salient, digest alternative media sources and stories of Shanghai will assault your senses. [Read more…] about Shang-Die
One of the most important aspects of shooting effectively happens after you pull the trigger and the gun goes BANG! Follow-through is the final step in the firing process and the one that helps to integrate the other fundamentals in the taking a great shot. [Read more…] about Follow-Through for Shooting
Preserving our natural outdoor environment is important if we have any intention of maintaining it for generations to come. Whether you’re shooting in the wild or simply spending some quality recreational time in the great outdoors, we all have to do our part. [Read more…] about Respect for the Great Outdoors
I wasn’t born a gun enthusiast. My views and attitudes about firearms throughout my twenties were leftist.
I credit this to growing up in Canada. My socialization from elementary school right through university was the epitome of liberal.
My beliefs shifted soon after the bullshit in Iraq unfolded.
Until then, I was naive enough to believe in D.C. and those sworn into public office. [Read more…] about Gun Owner Bias
Weather and other environmental conditions can play havoc with your accuracy when shooting at longer distances, and knowing how to effectively compensate is a must. [Read more…] about Cloudy With A Chance Of…
The drumbeats of war are upon us.
Three weeks ago, Russia invaded neighbouring Ukraine. Within forty-eight hours, the entire world rallied around Ukraine and demanded action from the free world.
Profile photos on varying social media platforms turned yellow and blue in solidarity with the people of Ukraine.
Many of these champions of justice can’t even find Ukraine on a map.
Welcome to 2022. [Read more…] about Russia v Ukraine; the Market Loses
Shooting effectively and safely from behind cover takes some skill and you shouldn’t assume that you’ll be able to pull it off if the situation ever comes up. How hard can it be, right? [Read more…] about Take Cover
For the past several months, the idea of travelling outside of Canada has run through my mind.
Times have been tough on all of us.
With growing frustration surrounding the seemingly never-ending lockdowns in Canada, I booked a direct flight out of Pearson Airport for Las Vegas, Nevada, affectionately eluded to as “Lost Wages” by my wise-cracking flight attendant. [Read more…] about A Canadian Travels to Vegas and Observes the Following…
If you know firearms, then you can appreciate the value that a good air gun can have as part of your collection. From plinking to competitive shooting to varmint control, these weapons are as relevant today as they were when first used hundreds of years ago. [Read more…] about For the Love of Air Guns
Since the outset of the pandemic, Canadians have proved to be far too compliant. As a result, many freedoms and civil liberties have suffered.
With democracy waning and a Prime Minister pushing non-stop mandates, Canadians are finally deciding to fight back. [Read more…] about The Freedom Convoy
Keeping new shooters safe takes some time and a well thought-out plan for instruction that must include gun handling and safety protocols. This is not an area where you want rush through details or cut corners. [Read more…] about Gun Handling For Beginners
Novak Djokovic, tennis’ best player, cited a medical exemption in hopes of competing at this year’s Australian Open. [Read more…] about Novak Djokovic – Villain or Hero?
It happened. After twenty months, I contracted the novel Coronavirus.
The following is an honest, blow-by-blow account of how I was affected.
All biases and political leanings are gone. [Read more…] about How Having Covid-19 Feels [And What To Do About It]
When that tingling you feel is not just the excitement of the hunt, but more like the onset of frostbite, it may be time to start thinking about your cold weather shooting routine. [Read more…] about Cold Weather Shooting