Valtro PM-5 Review

So far, this is just an initial review. This particular Valtro PM-5 is second-hand and I haven’t used it enough to give it a long term reliability report. The shotgun has some allure for 3 gun competition in Canada because it’s magazine-fed and uses large, 7 round magazines. If you fumble with reloading a tube with shotshells, […]

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C-Products Defense 50 Beowulf Magazines

C-Products Defense, or CPD, has decided to help us Canadians out and release a 5 round, 50 caliber magazine. Previously, Canadians could use Alexander Arms official 50 Beo magazines, but they were hard to find and pricey ($100-$200 on the used market). There’s also the Press Check Ventures Polymer mag, which works great if your magwell […]

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Tula Ammo Canada

You may have noticed TulammoCanada on CanadianGunNutz or in other places. It’s super cheap, steel-cased, non-corrosive ammo from Russia. Within my Service Rifle matches and 3 gun matches, it always bothered me that I was throwing away ~100 well-prepped, reloaded brass cases with every match. For 223 ammo, you’ve got to resize, remove the primer […]

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Stainless Rifles for Hunting

Stainless steel rifles, sometimes called “All-Weather Rifles”, offer better weather protection than standard blued barrels and actions. If you hunt where it rains, or if you bring rifles in out of the frigid cold and have to deal with condensation, they can keep rust away and keep your rifle looking great without having to be […]

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S&W M&P 9mm

3-Gun in Canada

I couldn’t find a lot of starter info on gearing up for 3-gun competition as practiced here in Canada, so I thought I’d put together a ton of info specific to Canada as I found it. Don’t care about shotguns and pistols? Check out my article on Canadian Service Conditions Competition. Disclaimer: I’m just an […]

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Remington 1100 Review

The Remington 1100 is an older, gas-operated, semi-automatic shotgun. Even though the design is a bit outdated, it’s still in use today and there are TONS of used ones out there. Produced since 1963, the 1100 is well known for helping to reduce recoil due to its gas-operated action, and for its reliability. . .most […]

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Steyr Scout Review

And now, for something completely different. While I have been doing a lot of reviews on budget bolt action rifles, here’s a decidedly non-budget, yet still utilitarian bolt action rifle. Here in Canada, the Steyr Mannlicher Scout clocks in at around $2,500 while in the US, it goes for around $2,000. And while I’m not […]

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LAR-15 Magazines in Canada

LAR-15 magazines are pistol magazines designed to take (10) rounds of .223 or 5.56x45mm. Normally, semi-automatic rifle magazines are limited to 5 rounds but because this magazine was designed for a pistol (the RRA LAR-15), it can take 10 rounds. You can use these magazines in your STANAG-compatible rifle such as your Norinco T97, AR15, […]

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