Anti-Gunner Michael Bryant Now Heads Civil Liberties Association

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Michael Bryant, Executive Director of the Canadian Civil Liberties Association. Source: — Canadian gun owners know that “Prohibited” doesn’t mean “prohibited,” since the law classifies some firearms as “Prohibited” even though they are legal.

As of today we also know that “Civil Liberties” doesn’t mean “civil liberties,” since the Canadian Civil Liberties Association hired one of the country’s most radical and vocal opponents of liberties for gun owners as its chief executive.

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Larry Vickers Says He Has a ‘Soft Spot’ for Canadian Guns

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Source: Forgotten Weapons Q&A with Larry Vickers on YouTube — It’s rare for Canada’s gun industry to be mentioned by firearm celebrities, let alone appreciated by them. In a world dominated by Austrian pistols, Italian shotguns, and Russian and American everything, Canada often goes unnoticed.

That’s why the maple syrup in my veins flowed a little faster when I heard Larry Vickers tell the Forgotten Weapons channel that he has a “soft spot” for Canadian-built guns.

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Canada’s Police Guns 2018: Blue Line Magazine Survey

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Blue Line survey shows Glock now dominates the market for Canadian police handguns. Source: — Glock GmbH dominates the market for Canadian police handguns and is attracting agencies faster than any other company, a survey by Blue Line magazine showed. Colt Canada Corp. supplies police with the most AR-15 rifles, and the most-popular police shotgun is the Remington 870.

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