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About Wally F.

Staff Writer and Reporter for TVPP. Background in Broadcast News Operations, Journalism, Criminology, and Firearms. An Infantrymen for over ten years in the Canadian Army and still counting. I love my country, family, brother-in-arms, shooting sports, and positive and responsible promotion of firearms and everything that surrounds it in Canada and beyond. https://www.facebook.com/TV.PressPass/ https://www.instagram.com/charliekilozero/

Mission First Tactical – AR Carbine Tekko Drop-In Rail System Review

Team MF’er Has Another Winner

Words by: Wally F.          Photos by: Wally F.

 

……….Mission First Tactical has been making purpose built firearms accessories for quite a while now.  I believe they have lead the pack lately in the area of no-mod, zero gunsmithing, drop-in turn-key products.  MFT’s selection of drop-in hand-guards is like a rolling Dim-Sum cart of variety.

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Dynamis Alliance Acquires Oxcart Denim

All the Right Moves

Words by: Wally F.          Photos by: Various Internet Sources

 

BREAKING – Dynamis Alliance acquires OXCART DENIM

……….Whether you’re a recreational, sport, competition, hunter, or combat/tactical shooter but you’re tired of wearing the obvious 5.11 or the myriad of camouflaged clothing on the market. The selection of clothing that can withstand and last the abuse of shooting sports is few and far in between, Kuhl and Bulletproof Denim (not actually bulletproof) come to mind.

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FBI Contract Awarded to Winchester

9mm or .40 S&W? Which is it?

Words by: Wally F.          Photos by: Various Internet Sources

 

……….The Federal Bureau of Investigation today announced that Winchester Ammunition won a contract to supply .40 S&W ammo to their agency.  So after their exhaustive studies and tests advocating 9mm to be a better service round over .40 S&W and .45 ACP,  Winchester sent this release out today.

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Glock Announces G19X Compact Crossover

Surprised But Not Surprised?

Words By: Wally F.          Photos By: Various Internet Sources

……….A new year brings a new… wait old… wait not yet released, but suspiciously leaked info of a Glock from the autumn of 2017.  Glock has dropped a press release of their first cross-over pistol.  Kind of like the Volvo XC90 or Subaru Forrester of the gun world.  Press release below:

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Inside the New Faculty – Canadian Coalition for Firearms Rights

A Conversation with Tracey Wilson VP of PR for the CCFR – Part 1.

Words by: Wally F.     Photos by: CCFR, Tracey Wilson, and Shaun Arntsen

 

……….I recently had the great pleasure of having an extended conversation with Tracey Wilson. Tracey is the Vice President of Public Relations for the Canadian Coalition for Firearms Rights or CCFR for short. The CCFR is an organization dedicated to giving Canadian firearms owners a voice in government and advocating for responsible and reasonable legislation for law abiding owners to continue to hunt, compete, and training in shooting sports.

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NHAA Agent1 1911 – Follow Up

Easy To Digest

Words by: Wally F.     Photos by: Wally F.
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           Here are a few more photos of the number “8” Canadian Agent1 pistol. After a day or so of digesting the photos and shooting it I think I appreciate the details in the build even more. The elegance is in its simplicity. It’s not over engineered. The thumb safety is just on the left side only, no ambi-controls. The magazine release is a regular sized cylinder with a basic checkered cut on top and protruding just enough for positive engagement when you need to use it.

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First Impressions – Hands on with the Nighthawk Customs Agency Arms Agent1 Pistol

“…As soon as I saw this gun, first impressions the slide cuts, the serrations, the ergonomics, everything.” – Happy Canuck

Words by: Wally F.     Photos by: Wally F.

 

I had the opportunity to spend several hours handling and truly gawking at the first Canadian edition of the Nighthawk Customs – Agency Arms Agent1 1911 pistol in the private hands of a friend of mine who is an avid shooter.  He works in the gun industry in Canada and I’m dubbing him Happy Canuck.  He is just that, a very happy Canadian in possession of a very rare, well thought out, and elegantly designed pistol.

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