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How to leave feedback for users who don’t currently have an active ad

| Announcement | June 5, 2013

Leaving feedback for a user on Firearms Canada is a breeze when the user has an active ad.  Simply click there username and then rate the user or read their feedback.  If a user does not have an active ad, but you know their username, you can input their username at the end of the following URL: http://www.firearmscanada.com/author/

For example, my username is Silvercore,  if one wished to leave feedback for me they would enter http://www.firearmscanada.com/author/silvercore

Hopefully this helps.

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SHOT Show 2013 Day 1

| Announcement | January 15, 2013

SHOT Show 2013 is underway and I thought I would share a few thoughts from todays range day.  First and foremost…. it was cold.  I know, as the yanks would tell me.. “you’re Canadian, you should be used to the cooler temperatures”.  But I was under the distinct impression I was leaving Canada for the warmer desert climates Vegas has to offer!  Thankfully, I never travel without a toque which abated hypothermia in conjunction with a thin t-shirt and my Arcteryx Gamma Hoody.  If it wasn’t so windy, I’m sure people would be quite comfortable, but as it stood even the show famous for scantly clad booth models were now seen sporting scarves and down jackets. One booth even pulled out at water they had sitting in the shade for the last hour to marvel at the fact it was now frozen solid!

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How to raise a concern.

| Announcement | June 20, 2012

Do you have concerns about a particular ad or user?  This post is here to explain the preferred format that we would like you to follow to ensure the fastest results.

 

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Deal locally, search ads locally

| Announcement | June 18, 2012

All ads from this date forward will be categorized with search tags by both province and city

You have always been able to search for firearms in your province by entering you province’s full name in the buy and sell search browser.  We have taken this one step further by making it mandatory that all new ads provide their city information as well.

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There have been some major changes at Firearms Canada!

| Announcement | June 15, 2012

You asked for it, and we listened.  Firearms Canada has now implemented a user rating system for you to provide feedback on your transactions with other users.  When viewing an ad, simply select the “Poster” tab beside the “Contact” tab to access the “Rate User” feature.  You will be given the option to rate the user on a scale of 1 – 10 and leave a comment.  Your username will be attached to the comment for others to read.

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Self-Regulating with the Firearms Canada Forum

| Announcement | July 29, 2011

Firearms Canada receives several hundred emails each day. As a free service for the Canadian firearm community, we do our best to answer everyone’s questions in a timely fashion but we have long since reached a point where we can really use the communities assistance.

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Knives for Sale

| Announcement | April 5, 2011

 

 

 

 

I realize that this website is called “Firearms Canada”, but knives are only a logical accoutrement.  To that end, we have added an additional category to the buy and sell where our members can post their knives.  If this category proves popular, we will further refine the knife directory for ease of navigation.

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Google Maps Integration

| Announcement | February 27, 2011

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We want to hear your thoughts…………

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Storage of Non-Restricted Firearms

| Policy, Regulation and Law | February 7, 2011

 

 

You have obtained your firearms license and have just purchased your first non-restricted firearm and want to know how you can legally store it.

In a nutshell, you have three storage options available to you.  It is important to note that regardless of which method you choose to employ when storing your firearm they must always be unloaded.

The three methods are as follows:

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Disarming the Harmless

| Editorial | January 22, 2011

It is not often that I read an article of this calibre (if you will pardon the pun) printed in the paper.

I felt it was worth re-posting here.

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