TheGunBlog’s Excellent Idea – File Complaint with CBC Ombudsman over CBC Video

UPDATED: CBC Ombudsman: http://www.ombudsman.cbc.radio-canada.ca/en/contact-us/ TheGunBlog.ca (an excellent website) wants gun owners to file complaints with the CBC Ombudsman Office over all the factual errors in the CBC video “Guns in Canada 101”, part of their Keeping Canada Safe series. It’s

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Team CSSA and CSAAA Join Forces to File Class Action Lawsuit against RCMP for Ruger 10/22 Magazine Reclassification

CSSA Press Release for Class Action Lawsuit against the RCMP.  My commentary and thoughts on how to help reverse this decision are in the next article. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – July 28, 2016 ETOBICOKE, ONTARIO – The Canadian Shooting Sports

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Awesome Button given away at CSSA AGM in Oshawa, Ontario

Some days are just fun and today at the Canadian Shooting Sports Association’s 2016 AGM in Ottawa is no exception. In addition to a well attended AGM in the morning, the presentation by Faith Goldy and Brian Lilley of TheRebel.media

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CSSA 2016 Annual General Meeting and Banquet

I’ll be there.  Hopefully I will see you there too!     The 2016 Canadian Shooting Sports Annual General Meeting (AGM) is scheduled for May 14, 2016 from 10 a.m. to 12 noon at the Quality Hotel & Conference Centre,

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The Whitehorse Gun Show – What an Event!

There’s nothing quite like a gun show to get you over feeling badly about the fact your friend died and that’s precisely what awaited me Saturday morning here in Whitehorse! Paul Rogan, publisher of Canada’s one and only firearms buy

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ATTENTION High River Residents – Essential Information Required!

The Canadian Shooting Sports Association (CSSA) sends its best wishes to the residents of High River, Alberta at this difficult time. Some of you will be facing the most dreaded of problem a family can have – the prospect of

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Canadian Shooting Sports Assn’s Excellent Job of Educating Canadian Politicians Continues

by Tony Bernardo, CSSA/CILA What better way to have politicians from every party understand the failings and foibles of Canadian firearms laws than to invite them to the shooting range? The Canadian Sporting Arms and Ammunition Association, the Canadian Shooting

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Since the RCMP won’t delete the long gun registry data like the law says, the CSSA wants to make the database completely useless

The Canadian Shooting Sports Association (CSSA) is not impressed with the RCMP’s refusal to obey the law and delete long gun records from Canada’s useless gun registry. With the passage of Bill C-19 and its Royal Assent on April 5,

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