Canadian Patriot Podcast Episode 35 – Ruger 10/22 magazine ban


This week Gavin, Tyler, and Marty get together to talk about the unofficial notice from the RCMP banning dangerous “high capacity” magazines that work with the Ruger 10/22. They also discuss the 4 boxes of liberty, their lines in the sand, and 80% AR-15 lowers. 

Episode 35 Show Notes


Hello to all of our listeners out there in podcast land, and welcome to episode 36 of the Canadian Patriot Podcast, recorded July 25, 2016.

Gavin – a business owner, gun enthusiast, hunter, atheist and host of the Greater Toronto Area chapter of the Tactical Beard Owners Club

Tyler – an accomplished agitator, ruffler of feathers and a competitive shooter on Doc Holiday’s Fully Ripened Huckleberries shooting team – now sponsored by Barnaby’s fine malt liquor. He’s also the co-founder and co-host of the International Liberty or Death Podcast, which recently featured me as a guest to talk about Ragnarok Tactical’s AR course earlier this month.

Marty – jumps in at the last minute with out updating hte shownotes

… and I’m your host Andrew – I’m a libertarian, competitive shooter, gear reviewer at, and firearms instructor.


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What are we drinking?

Gavin – Rye and Coke

Tyler – Rickard’s White

Marty – MGD

Andrew – Black Swan IPA

Main Topic – Ruger 10/22 Magazine


July 18 2016

The Moncton fish & Game Association (MFGA) has just learned today, that ALL large capacity magazines (more than 10 rounds) for the Ruger 10/22 are now considered Prohibited Devices under the Firearms Act.

Green Diamond Outfitters was required by the CFO to pull 10/22 magazine inventory from shelves

Ruger BX-25 magazine was previously banned, other models were not. The ban was because the BX-25 was marketed for the Charger pistol.

Current Status

Bulletin 72 “that the maximum permitted capacity of a magazine is determined by the physical characteristics of the firearm it is designed or manufactured for.”

Section 3 (2) (magazine restrictions) of the Criminal Code Regulations:

(2) Paragraph (1)(a) does not include any cartridge magazine that

(a) was originally designed or manufactured for use in a firearm that

(i) is chambered for, or designed to use, rimfire cartridges


RCMP “E” Division Broadcast

-Any 10/22 Magazine which exceeded ten shots capacity is a prohibited device

-This is a regulatory/voluntary issue of possession to allow pinning

-Possession of a criminal device un S84 Part 4 CCC not recommended as a stand-alone change

-30 day wait time for voluntary pinning

-removal of a pin is criminal intent, seize and charge


Retailers in other Divisions; IE Wolverine Supplies in Division “D” has not been notified


Implications on other firearms?

JR Carbine (glock magazines)

LAR15 magazines for AR15s


Next steps


Larry McDonald – US Senator

Four boxes of liberty; Soap box, ballot box, jury box, and ammunition box


Write a real letter on paper

Prime Minister of Canada, The Rt. Hon. Justin Trudeau

Public Safety Minister, the Hon. Ralph Goodale;

your own federal Member of Parliament


The government must be held to account. Unlikely to happen as we are years from an election, the Conservatives are the only party to tolerate firearms, unlikely to have any effect


Courts must not uphold this law






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From Grayzone

Just wanted to get your thoughts on which AR 80% lower jig kit is ‘best’. I’ve been looking at the ones available from Dlask Arms vs what’s available from CTCS; do you know which one is better in terms of ease of use, useability with various 80% lower forgings? Not that I would ever really use it, just as an exercise… unless of course we had a complete collapse of government, which could never happen…. hell, we’ve got sunny ways, and this is 2016 after all…
Any info on anyone using one of these (in the U.S. of course, ‘cuz we’re Canadian, not gun nuts like those guys down south) and variability on the raw forgings?
Just looking for some hypotheticals as a brain exercise.





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