H&K SFP9 Striker Fire 9mm

When considering the purchase of a new firearm, the H&K SFP9 Striker Fire 9mm is well worth the intentional thought. Those United States based individuals playing close attention to the industry in the last quarter of 2014 will have noticed the initial introduction of this Heckler & Koch handheld (under the name of VP9) during that time.

Smith and Wesson M&P9 Pro Series

Few handguns are more well-known than the famous Smith and Wesson. So much so that the brand itself is used as a common replacement for the word handgun in modern slang. The M&P9 Pro Series presents with the quality that has come to be expected by handgun consumers everywhere. The Smith and Wesson M&P9 Pro […]

Tikka T-3 Lite .223 Remington Review

This rifle is the one which made me finally realize the time had come. Inherited rifles are fine and when a dear friend suggested that I should try the Tikka T-3 Lite, that was the day I decided that my father’s 1960 WINCHESTER Model 770 had to go. Sentimentality is fine but the Tikka T-3 […]

EOTech XPS3-0 Holographic Weapon Sight Review

Nowadays a lot of us like the red dot on the target and some of us are even converted to focus on the target through a red reticle, although I know that some of the purists prefer just a single dot – but let’s not argue. On this occasion, the boffins at EOTech have excelled […]

EOTech G33 3X Magnifier Review

They say that little things please little minds, so I have to admit that what I liked about this beauty was not the fact that it’s light and shorter than the previous model, its lightning-fast adjustment  from 3X to 1X, or even that I don’t have to get my toolbox out to make adjustments. It […]

Mossberg 500 Rolling Thunder Magpul Package 12 GA Review

Mossberg. 12 gauge. Pump action. Shotgun. That is all the technical spec you need for this beauty. It looks good, is fun to shoot and whether you’re messing about target shooting or blowing away some vermin, you will do it with a smile on your face. Sure, she kicks… but don’t they all! But this […]

World’s Longest Successful Rifle Shot

In November of 2009 a British sniper named Craig Harrison successfully landed a kill shot from 2,479 metres away in Afghanistan. That’s right, a mile and a half. From this distance, here is what a man would look like in the targeting reticle of a Schmidt & Bender 5-25×56 telescopic sight like the one used […]

Sci-Fi Weapons That Actually Exist – Shockwave Cannon

Up until now, if you wanted to flatten a building with a cannon, you would have to put something inside the cannon to shoot at the building. You know, things like iron balls or missiles or whatever. Well, as it turns out, the days of launching physical objects out of cannons is past us. Science […]

2 Gun Myths You Probably Believe (Thanks to the Movies)

In Canada, not everyone owns a gun. In fact, only about 20% of households have a gun in them. However, we can guarantee that 100% of households have seen guns on T.V or in the movies. If you are part of the 80% that does not own a gun, you might have some misconceptions about […]

The Astonishing Space Gun

No, this isn’t a gun that floats in space and shoots stuff. This is a gun that rests on Earth’s surface, and uses an incredible amount of energy to blast stuff straight into space without the aid of rockets. Although no Space Gun has been successfully constructed, some attempts have come pretty close, and scientists […]

Wild Rose Provincial Championships

The Wild Rose Action Shooters recently hosted their 3 Gun Provincials on August 25th and 26th in Spruce Grove, Alberta, and there were 12 exciting stages with a 400 –500 round count. 3 Gun matches feature competitors firing rifles, pistols and shotguns, and as a result, they are one of the more challenging and entertaining […]

Koch, Kupsch, Runions, Gross and Penner Among Winners at IPSC Alberta Qualifiers

Before we get to the exciting action in Lethbridge this past weekend, we want to quickly tell you about the match the Buffalo Target Shooters Association ran on July 14th. The competition was held at the same range near Sibbald Flats, Alberta, which hosted the International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC) Provincial Championships on June 30th […]

Ken Kupsch Wins IPSC Alberta Provincials, Fellow Vet Don Chang Takes Second

The International Practical Shooting Competition (IPSC) Alberta promoted another successful Provincial Championship match this past weekend from June 30th through July 1st, which was hosted by the Buffalo Target Shooters Association near Sibbald Flats. The winner of the pivotal match was veteran shooter Ken Kupsch, while the competition’s top lady was the 11 year old, […]

Todd Klinger Wins Top Spot at Wild Rose 3-Gun Match

The Spruce Grove Gun Club was the host venue for another day of exciting shooting action on July 7th, as the Wild Rose Action Shooters (WRAS) held a 3-Gun match at the Central Albertan range. Due to the fact 3-Gun matches feature competitors firing rifles, pistols and shotguns, the dynamic events have become one of […]

IPSC Alberta: La Fayette Wins Open Division at Spruce Grove Provincial Qualifier

The International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC) Alberta held its final two qualifying matches this past weekend, for the 2012 Provincials, which get underway later this month on June 30th. The matches were hosted by the Spruce Grove Gun Club, which is located in the North East quarter of the city, and took place on June […]