11 Aug 2017

CFAC Nothing More than a Political Construct?

Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale has filled 10 of the 15 available seats on the Canadian Firearms Advisory Committee. Gun owners across the country are anxious to find out if they will have any representation at all. So far, the panel falls so short of the middle ground that it

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10 Aug 2017

CCFR ATIP- CFAC Meeting Documents

Earlier this year, gun owners across the country watched in disappointment as Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale appointed members to his very one-sided Canadian Firearms Advisory Committee (CFAC). The Liberals had dismantled the original CFAC Team appointed by the Tories, claiming they had created a biased pro-gun committee. Canadian gun

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28 Jul 2017

Why should I support the CCFR?

There are contemplated changes to our firearm laws and regulations forming in Ottawa as we speak. We have spoken to many in our community that are of the opinion that if we had a strong, well-funded, sophisticated firearm organization that could sway public opinion and hold off these unwarranted attacks

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18 Jul 2017

Canadian Sharkzcoins turn down Gun-Related customers *Updated

At the CCFR we are always looking for new products and services for our members and field officers, shopping around for the best deals for your dollar and utilizing technology to streamline processes. We recently had one of our Field Officers take an interest in an ever-popular item amongst gunnies,

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12 Jul 2017

CCFR ATIP-UN Marking Study

Recently, the Canadian firearms community celebrated the delay of the UN Marking scheme, promised by the Liberal government since the federal election. While this was great news for manufacturers, importers, retailers and gun owners, now is not the time to sit idle. The CCFR worked hard on this matter, as

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14 Jun 2017

RCMP once again create criminals out of gun owners

Ottawa, June 14, 2017 Gun owners across the country are once again frustrated with the Liberal government handing over the decision making process to law enforcement, a duty usually reserved for elected officials. Today, RCMP Firearms Program posted a new memo on their website with yet another re-interpretation of legislation

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09 Jun 2017

Goodale’s Bill C-52-Amendments to appease QC lawsuits, provide data

Ottawa, June 9, 2017   Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale tabled Bill C-52 today in the House of Commons. The much anticipated legislation has had gun owners on the edge of their seats after some word-game name changes earlier this week. Originally named “an Act to amend the Act to

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07 Jun 2017

Goodale re-opens the Act to end the LGR

Ottawa, June 7, 2017 Read the Order Paper here The Liberals will introduce an amendment to the Act to End the Long Gun Registry (LGR), reopening the Act. There has been debate on both sides about the Quebec provincial government’s intent to implement their own provincial long gun registry. The

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19 May 2017

Public Safety defers UN markings on firearms

The proposed UN marking scheme had the firearms community wondering what affect this program would have on public safety. With a suggested price tag of up to $200 per firearm attached to it, the fact guns in Canada are already fully traceable through their unique serial number caused the community

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18 May 2017

CFAC members should have basic topic knowledge-Rempel petition

Ottawa, May 18 2017 MP Michelle Rempel sponsored a parliamentary e-petition yesterday, asking the Minister of Public Safety & Emergency Preparedness to have sitting members of the Canadian Firearms Advisory Committee (CFAC) to take the Canadian Firearm Safety Course (CFSC). e1093.ca The petition, initiated by Tracey Wilson of the CCFR,

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