Steve Lee joins us for a bit this week to talk about the recent gun law proposals in Australia. They’re going after the lever actions now. This is what could happen to us if we don’t stay actively involved in fight to regain our gun rights!
Chris Anderson joins us this week to talk about the self defense shooting by the security guard at McDonald’s in Toronto as well as Bill S-231 which was introduced by a Liberal Senator who is looking to impose more restrictions on gun owners.
Rod Giltaca joins us once again to discuss Bill C-42 which recently received Royal Assent. We talk about what that means for you as a Canadian firearms owner. We also have a whole pile of email. Owen even shows up eventually.
Chris Kingston, former president of the Restigouche Gun Club, joins us to talk about the upcoming Charity Shoot and the foundation to which the proceeds are going. Additionally, there is more anti-gun silliness in the news, this time coming from our Senate.
As expected, we got a little feedback from last week’s SKS rant. We also talk a little bit about bear defense, fire starting, and an interesting run-in with the law.
Rod Giltaca joins us to talk about some recent Canadian gun politics as well as the possibility of forming a new pro-gun firearms organization in Canada. Trevor gives us another polymer pistol review, this time it’s the Ruger SR9.
Officer Frank joins us again to take your questions. We get into discussions on knives, self defence, citizens arrest, and where baby 1911s come from. Since we ran a bit long, we have moved most of the email to next week’s show, but don’t worry, we’ll still get to it.
Officer Frank of the RCMP joins us to talk a little bit about the shooting in Moncton. We discuss hypotheticals such as what differences an armed civilian populace might have made as well as what options bystanders and witnesses may or may not have had in terms of stopping the perpetrator. Please note that Officer Frank speaks only his opinion and is not representing his employer in any way.
We talk about how to safely and legally store your guns while retaining quick access to them. We wish to state again, we are not offering any advice, we are simply talking about our own set ups. You do what you feel is best for your situation.