Misleading The Public On Guns As strange as it seems, the gun debate in Canada is once again ignited by a mass shooting in another country. Many with a limited understanding of the topic can hardly delay themselves from scrambling to the top of the highest peak to wave a
Feb 6, 2018 The Canadian Coalition for Firearm Rights (CCFR) is expanding on its previous successes, and in the ongoing support of its projects in 2018 the CCFR has increased its staff in a very exciting way. Notably, in serving our members in 2017 the organization released over $100,000 worth
In this episode, CCFR President Rod Giltaca provides an update on the CCFR TV show airing on WILD TV, discusses some difficulties that arise in our community and interviews Kerry Mould. Kerry is the guy battling the RCMP for a full copy of the FRT, including having the courts force
One gunnies journey into the confusing realm of Canadian firearms regulations and the officers tasked with enforcing them … proof positive that education is the key. Recently, CCFR member and Canadian gunnie Tyler Johnstone contacted the CCFR to update us on an ongoing legal issue arising out of the use
Social media has been on fire with the news of an all-Canadian content Television show highlighting the shooting sports across the nation. Filming will begin in February of 2018 and will air season 1 in July on the Wild TV National cable network. Wild TV also has an app for
CCFR VP of Public Relations and registered lobbyist Tracey Wilson recently sat down with CBC Radio Canada International’s Marc Montgomery to discuss gun control and it’s ineffectiveness to prevent, solve or reduce crime. You can read the story here: Gun Control Targets Wrong People The CCFR is committed to providing Canadian
The firearms community has been abuzz with the usual rumours, conspiracy theories and predictions lately. The annual gun control debate climaxed as of late with the anniversary of the Polytechnique shooting. This horrific, misogynist attack has always been a pivotal sounding board for the anti-gun lobby, complete with hyperbolic hysteria.
Yesterday CTV Montreal posted an online poll asking the same question as the very controversial Ekos gun poll, asking participants if they support an all-out ban on firearms in urban centres. Canadians including gun owners jumped at the chance to have their voices heard and the post received a great deal