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Firearms Training Courses in Canada

I went a long time with very little firearms training and abilities and didn’t enjoy shooting to the fullest. I avoided pistols because I thought they were super inaccurate, but it was me the whole time. While I could hunt with rifles/shotguns just fine, my other skills were lacking until I took more serious training. […]

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Recap on 2017

My 2017 was pretty busy at work, so video and articles came in bursts. Nothing showed that as well as my Christmas rate run on articles and videos, where I was really pumping them out. Compared with summer, where I was basically MIA: out doing 3 gun, pistol training courses, or work. Hunting Gear Guy […]

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Bittern Lake Lodge

Coming into Spring, my buddy asked if I wanted to go snow goose hunting. His cousin ran an outfitting lodge called Bittern Lake Lodge and was going Snow Goose hunting. The hunt was to happen over the Easter Weekend, but I couldn’t pass this opportunity up. Easter egg painting would have to wait, the Snow […]

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Where to Shoot 3 Gun in Canada

    3 Gun is a quickly growing shooting sport using rifles, shotguns, and pistols. Although I’ve written about 3 Gun in Canada as well as 3 gun training for beginners before, I thought I’d keep a nice, tight article on where you can find matches in Canada. Note that the number of 3 gun matches […]

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A Look Back on 2015

Hi Everyone, Adriel here again. Just like my 2014 in review, 2013 wrapup, and most popular posts of 2012, I thought I’d do a quick year in review. I started this site in February of 2012, and a lot has happened since then. This year, I joined Slam Fire Radio as a host. I’d been on the […]

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Where to Buy Scopes Online in Canada

Buying scopes from the US is a pain. Due to ITAR and a few other export controls, it can be difficult or costly to import scopes into Canada, so it’s best to go direct with a Canadian supplier. Here are some of the suppliers I’ve used as well as some of the suppliers who are […]

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6.5 Creedmoor vs .308 Winchester

If you’ve researched short action rifles recently, you may have seen some rifles being offered in 6.5 Creedmoor. Using a case similar, but not quite the same, as a .308 Winchester, the 6.5 Creedmoor uses skinnier, lighter bullets and sends them downrange faster. 6.5 Creedmoor has gained in popularity as a great selection for medium […]

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“Modern Sporting Rifle” Is Important

What kind of rifle is this? Most owners of such a rifle would call it an “AR” or “AR-15”. I think, when speaking to non-gun owning people about rifles like this, we should stop referring to them as “AR’s”. The Problem: Language and Baggage One of the biggest problems is a difference between what gun owners […]

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Father’s Day Gift Ideas for the Hunting Dad or Husband

With Father’s Day 2015 coming up on June 21st, I thought I’d get a few ideas out there for the different kinds of hunting dads and husbands. I’ve got gift ideas split into: Father’s Day Gifts for Archers Father’s Day Gifts for Cold Weather Hunters Father’s Day Gifts for Duck Hunting Dads Father’s Day Gifts for Varmint Hunters Father’s […]

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Why More Canadian Hunters Should Join the NFA

I’ve had this article in mind for a while and had some time to reflect on and write it. See that rifle above? It’s a semi-automatic Browning BAR. Looks like a cool hunting rifle, right? There are thousands of Canadian hunters that rely on this rifle to take deer, moose, and other game each year. It […]

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