Gun owners are in the fight for their lives. This requires a sophisticated, and unfortunately expensive, counter attack. Using the logo developed for our TV show, The CCFR’s Canada Down Range, we have developed a line of clothing and gear featuring a bolder, more aggressive logo and messaging. New tri-blend
As C-71 rounds the last corner in its journey into Royal Assent, there seems to be a real lack of understanding of the issues that actually relate to public safety. The bill is in second reading in the Senate and the CCFR has been spending some considerable time talking to
Bill Blair, Minister of Border Security and Organized Crime has been hosting “invite only public consultations” across the country in an effort to gauge the benefit of a “handgun and assault rifle” ban. In all, the Minister only visited 4 major city centres, with 2 consultations a day for a
The tragic shooting on the Danforth this summer was the climax for the gun debate in Canada. A violent, mass shooting, committed by an unlicensed criminal, with a firearm he illegally obtained through his brother’s gang connection, has somehow become the pivotal point where virtue signalling politicians like John Tory
MP Rachael Harder has become a real source of common sense in the gun debate that wages across the country, fueled by misinformation, fear mongering and downright virtue signalling. Well, this week was no different. Last weekend, out in Alberta, Harder hosted a fundraiser in true western style, complete with
Amidst the Liberal hyperbole of C-71 and the talks and “examinations” of various types of gun bans, out comes Andrew Scheer with the first two pillars of his plan to combat actual crime and violence. This topic has been captivating the media and Canadians from all sides of this debate.
If you don’t already know all about Lynda, here’s the background; Lynda Keijko comes from a shooting family. Her late father Bill Hare competed in 3 Olympics and her sister Dorothy Ludwig became an Olympian in 2012. Lynda started shooting at the age of 11 in the hopes of following
Nov 15, 2018 The Canadian Coalition for Firearm Rights (CCFR) and High Capacity Magazine (HC) have entered into a partnership that will see the two organizations cross-promote and deliver content in a synergistic way to the Canadian firearms market. “We are thrilled to form this partnership with High Capacity Magazine,”