Guns & Gear

what's happening with firearms in 2020

Firearms buyback costs still uncertain

by Steve Galea | August 27, 2021

A report regarding the cost of the federal firearms buyback program is still lacking critical details and data for an accurate estimate.  

Lifetime background check implemented for firearm licence applicants

by Jeff Helsdon | August 23, 2021

Firearms licence applicants are now subject to a lifetime background check (instead of five years) to ensure eligibility.

Remington Model 700

by Ken Doherty | July 30, 2021

I bought my first used Model 700 Remington in 2013. It was a 32 year old BDL, chambered in .270 Win. and it was a tack driver!

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Tame recoil with muzzle brakes

by Linda K. Miller & Keith A. Cunningham | July 29, 2021

One of the best ways to tame recoil on any calibre is to install a muzzle brake. With one, you’ll improve your shooting and enjoy it a whole lot more.

DIY: fishing lures

by Linda Gabris | June 15, 2021

Making lures is a rewarding hobby and a smart way to save money, especially if you have to rig the whole family with tackle.

Mounts offer security

by Luigi De Rose | June 7, 2021

lectronics are key to great fishing and safe boating, so keeping them safe and secure is a must. Considering how complex and pricy modern electronics are, it is important to install them correctly.

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Remington ammunition production on track

by Editorial Staff | June 1, 2021

Remington Ammunition will be filling shelves soon according to a social media campaign that hit the internet in early April.

Keeping your trolling motor salad free

by Luigi De Rose | May 27, 2021

We’ve all been told that the biggest bass hide in the thickest, gnarliest cover. Getting to them can be a big problem, and no electric motor is perfectly weedless. But here are four ways to keep your motor working in the salad.

Taming trim-tab troubles

by Ben Beattie | May 25, 2021

The trim tab on an outboard motor is located above the prop, on the bottom of the cavitation plate. When not set properly, it causes the boat to push or pull to one side.