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Guns & Firearms

Know your firearm

The first thing you should do after taking a hunter safety course is to go to the nearest shooting range and ask for help in getting to know your rifle. The rifle you choose for hunting is a debate that is never brought to a...

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Rangin’ off to Ontario

Members of the Haines Junction Junior Canadian Rangers (JCR) attended the annual JCR National Marksmanship Championship in St. Catharines, Ontario, in early May. In total, 63 rangers from across the country competed in the event...

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Hunting with Gary Sam

along the north shore of Mayo Lake, up Keystone Creek and Pass, and then east along Granite and Roop creeks to Tiny Island Lake. The only trouble we had along the way was that one of the horses got stuck in the mud in a small...

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Muzzle-Loaders

Until the mid to late 1800s, all firearms were muzzle-loaders, which, asthe name implies, had to be loaded singly by pushing the components – powder, patch and projectile – down the barrel from the muzzle.This...

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