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A combination of heavier shot and fine-tuning can make a 20 gauge shotgun more optimal for hunting turkeys at 40 yards.
The Municipality of Brighton is once again debating whether or not to amend a Sunday gun hunting ban that has been in effect since 2003.
The Lee-Enfield’s success stems from its ability to evolve to meet military needs and mass-production refinements.
After filing for bankruptcy protection in 2020, Remington resumes business starting with production on the Model 870 shotgun.
One of Ontario’s major firearms manufacturing plants, Colt Canada Corp in Kitchener, has been bought by Ceska Zbrojovka Group.
The OFAH and MNRF licensing and policy staff will host an online demonstration about the new moose tag allocation process later this month, as well as a Q&A on firearms issues.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced details of Bill C-21 that included long-awaited details about the firearms buyback program.
Our editorial team has created a hub for the latest information on firearm ownership in 2020. Stay informed by checking back regularly for updates.
Early winter found some Ontario firearms retailers fielding calls from Americans looking to buy ammunition.