Posts Tagged ‘Firearms’

DIY shooting box
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Predicting bullet performance before the hunt

Professionals use expensive gelatin blocks to demonstrate how bullets will perform on targets, ensuring that the round will have the energy, expansion, and penetration required for effective shots on game animals. But you can build a “poor man’s shooting box” to do the same tests using simple household materials for almost nothing.

Savage Arms firearm
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Savage Arms sold

Savage Arms — founded by Arthur Savage in 1894 in Utica, New York — has a new owner.

wild turkey grazing
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Ask a CO: Can I carry ammo for both turkeys and waterfowl?

A MNRF Conservation Officer answers the question, “Can I legally carry ammunition for both turkeys and waterfowl while hunting ducks?”

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Firearms licence technical issues resolved

Technical issues that resulted in a backlog of issuing firearms Possession and Acquisition License (PALs) have been resolved, according to the RCMP.

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Comparing hunting loads

Do you know how your favourite hunting bullet behaves when it hits its target? We do. We tested their terminal performance.

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New appointments to Canadian Firearms Advisory Committee

Two new members have been appointed to the Canadian Firearms Advisory Committee by the Liberal government.

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Firearms marking deferred again

Canada’s firearms marking program has once again been delayed, giving the firearms industry another reprieve. First introduced in 2004, the program would require all new firearms imported…

Moose
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Don’t discount drives for a fulfilling moose hunt

Pushing moose out of hiding and toward spots where your hunting party is posted can be amazingly effective when conditions are right and the hunt is well…

upland - grouse
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Setting up for better upland shots

For most upland grouse hunters, an ideal day afield would include many flushes — the more, the merrier, in fact. I don’t see it exactly that way.