Canadian Patriot Podcast Episode 1


CBC reports semi-auto rifles can be made to operate in fully automatic mode. Uniting all Canadian firearms owners.

Episode 1 Show Notes


Welcome to the inaugural episode of the Canadian Patriot Podcast, recorded October 26, 2015. Joining me this evening we have…

Jeff a married father of one, working as a skilled trade in the construction industry. He’s been an avid firearms enthusiast for the last 5 years. He enjoys competing in IPSC, ORA, 3Gun and Cowboy Action Shooting. Jeff is on the board of directors at his gun club

Shawn Bevins does not need much of an introduction, and has been very active in the Canadian firearms as freedom loving, lobbyist, and political activist.

Tyler the co-founder and co-host of the International Liberty or Death Podcast, now entering its third year. He’s 27 and has been shooting for 9 years as a both a casual and sport shooter and as a hunter. He identifies politically as a Libertarian.

… and I’m your moderator Andrew – I’m an instructor, gear reviewer, competitive shooter, and gun club director.

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CBC report on converting semis to full auto

“RCMP tests show some firearms can be converted to fully automatic” published on the 23rd off October 2015. I’ll put a link in the show notes.

I want to address a couple of items with this story. Not the least of which is the subtitle

“Many semi-automatic rifles are susceptible to improvised deadly upgrades”

Also this statement by Peter Henschel, RCMP deputy commissioner
“We have demonstrated that there are some weapons that are susceptible to being fired in full automatic mode.”Henschel declined to provide details, except to say that “mid-range calibre [weapons] based on a military or paramilitary design” are more susceptible to the technique.”

As far as I know the shooter had a PAL and used a Norinco M305

It seems to me that the only person making sense in the article is Stephen Blaney “Altering a firearm for fully automatic fire is illegal in Canada. Violators could be subject to a lengthy prison sentence of up to 10 years.”


Uniting all Canadian gun owners

How do we reach as many gun owners as possible?
How do we end divisiveness between different kinds of gun owners?
There is a lot of negativity on the forums and facebook groups, how can we combat that?

Confrontational Politics by Senator H.L. Richardson

Rapid Fire

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