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The Bill C-71 Book: What It Means, How It Hurts You, and 3 Easy Steps You Can Take Right Now To Block It
By Nicolas Johnson (TheGunBlog.ca) and Christopher di Armani (Canadian Shooting Sports Association)
Free PDF here.
Arming and Disarming: A History of Gun Control in Canada
By R. Blake Brown
Possibly the most comprehensive history of firearm laws in Canada. Read the review by Gary Mauser here.
Shoot: Your Guide to Shooting and Competition
By Julie Golob (World Shooting Champion, U.S. Army veteran, wife, mom)
With Winning in Mind: The Mental Management System
By Lanny Bassham (Gold Medalist, Olympic Rifle)
One of the favourite authors for high-level shooters, and others who care about the power of the mind and mental focus. (This stuff works. About 30 minutes after reading Freedom Flight, I made some personal decisions that changed the course of my life.)
The Ultimate Optics Guide to Rifle Shooting: A Comprehensive Guide to Using Your Riflescope on the Range and in the Field
By Reginald Wales
Reg Wales is a former member of the Canadian Armed Forces and now works as a trainer and technical advisor for Vortex Canada. He is currently preparing the curriculum for Vortex U.S.A.’s shooting school, the Operational Tactical Optics Program, based on his experience training police and military shooters.
Deadly Force – Understanding Your Right To Self Defense
By Massad Ayoob
Massad Ayoob is a leading authority on the use of firearms for self-defence in the U.S. He analyzes important legal, psychological and tactical considerations involved in the use of lethal force.
The Wind Book for Rifle Shooters: How to Improve Your Accuracy in Mild to Blustery Conditions
By Linda Miller and Keith Cunningham
By two of Canada’s biggest names in shooting. They’ve won shooting competitions, and have coached many others to victory in competition and in combat.