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Whether you’re interested in tackle, ammo, DIY, guns, or gear, Ontario OUT of DOORS has you covered.
A shotgun that was lost on a hunting trip on Muskrat Lake in Cobden, northwest of Ottawa, has been found and returned to its owner.
Remington, as it was known, is no more, in one of the biggest shakeups the firearms industry has ever seen.
We asked our readers to show us their hunting and/or fishing rides, and here are some of the responses we received.
Our editorial team has created a hub for the latest information on firearm ownership in 2020. Stay informed by checking back regularly for updates.
Looking for a quick, effective way to get you on target? Look no further than this simple DIY shooting bag that won't break the bank.
Remington Outdoor Company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection for the second time in just over two years on July 27.
Henry Repeating Arms issued a recall of all H015 single-shot rifles and shotguns manufactured prior to July 1, 2020.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford spoke out against the new federal firearms classification regulations, and criticized the cost of the buyback program.
When travelling with a firearm becomes a hassle, considering a loaner or rental. Borrowing firearms, however, can be an adventure unto itself.