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Cadex CDX-R7 Sheepdog Review

The Cadex CDX-R7 Sheepdog and Shepherd precision rifles were designed as PRS or tactical ready rifles with a lot of features for the price. Using a Rem700 footprint custom action with a 4 lug short throw bolt, a fluted match grade barrel, adjustable aluminum-skeleton micro chassis, and adjustable custom trigger, the rifle packs a lot […]

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Ruger PCC Review

The Pistol Caliber Carbine (PCC) market has really exploded in the last few years, with more manufacturers joining in the game. Ruger has brought out the Ruger PC Carbine, a takedown PCC. In a crowded field of other PCC’s how does it fare? It’s $549.99 in the US, and $839 in Canada. Ian from Canadian […]

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ISSC SPA Straight Pull Review

The ISSC SPA is a straight pull rimfire rifle made in Austria. Launched somewhere around 2014/2015 in 22LR, 17HMR, and 22WMR, there are shockingly few reviews available online, and none are in-depth. There are no in-depth reviews for the SPA/Scout, the Steyr Scout-esque stocked version of the straight pull SPA either. I borrowed this rifle […]

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Scorpio EM332A 22LR Review

The Scorpio EM332A is a Chinese manufactured, bolt action 22LR. The action itself is based on the Anschutz 54, so accuracy could potentially be very good. In fact, the 322 action is the same as that on the Norinco NS522 that I saw amazing accuracy out of. So, is the Scorpio EM332A a great way […]

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ATRS Modern Sporter Review

The ATRS (Alberta Tactical Rifle Supply) Modern Sporter is a Canadian-made, semi-automatic rifle similar to the AR15, but is non-restricted. Sold in upper/lower pairs or built to spec by ATRS, the Modern Sporter is an ergonomic, flexible Modern Sporting Rifle (MSR) platform that you can build to whatever price point, weight, and accuracy you want. […]

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BCL102 Review

The BCL102 is a non restricted, semi-automatic, 308 rifle made in Canada. It’s based on the AR102 design, which predates the AR15 design and so it’s not an AR15 variant and can be non restricted with a 18.5″+ barrel here in Canada. Because it’s non restricted, you could use one of these to hunt with […]

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Kriss Vector Review

The Kriss Vector is a semi-automatic Pistol Caliber Carbine (PCC) in 9mm, 357 Sig, 40 S&W, 10MM and 45ACP. The one reviewed here is a Gen 1, but they have since released a Gen 2 as well. The most unique feature of the Kriss Vector is the recoil mitigation system called the “Super V System” […]

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WK180-C Review

In Canada, AR15s and variants are restricted-class firearms, which means that they’re registered and they go to the range and back; that’s about it. They can’t be used for hunting or plinking and you need the upgraded restricted class license in order to own one. Since that’s so much of a pain, most people would […]

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K&M M17S 223 Review

Way back in 80s & 90s, Bushmaster bought the design for a bullpup rifle called the M17S. It was a short stroke, gas driven semi-auto that uses many AR180 parts in a bullpup configuration. Bushmaster stopped making it but more recently, K&M Arms has brought out an upgraded version of the bullpup rifle and on […]

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Ruger 77/44 Review

The Ruger 77/44 is a bolt action, rotary-magazine fed rifle using the 44 Remington Magnum pistol cartridge. Because it uses a (stout) pistol cartridge, the action is really compact, Ruger can get away with using locking lugs in the middle of the bolt instead of locking lugs at the front, and the rifle is very […]

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