Canada's only prohibited health and safety device

Answers From Conservative Leadership Candidates – Many support this cause.

Big thanks to Calibre Magazine for including this issue during their recent and ongoing interviews with Conservative leadership candidates. The question asked was simply: Will you commit to removing sound…
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A Scholarly Perspective from South of the Border

Stephen P. Halbrook, holder of a Doctor of Law Degree from Georgetown University and a Ph.D. in Philosophy from Florida State University looks at issues of criminality surrounding Sound Moderators in the…
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Health Canada acknowledges the concerns of shooters but Criminal Code leaves them powerless.

A recent email was received from Tim Singer, the Director General of Environmental and Radiation Health Sciences Directorate at Health Canada.  This email was a response to correspondence forwarded to…
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How Much Do Sound Moderators Reduce Noise?

Sound Moderators reduce the sound of a firearm enough to make it safe.  Often, traditional hearing protection is still recommended in addition to a Sound Moderator. This Study by the…
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Australian Study Concludes Ban Should Be Lifted

Sound Moderators are prohibited in Austrailia, but when a University was asked to do a study and offer their opinion on the topic, the authors' oppinions were that the prohibition…
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Will Sound Moderators Be Used In Crime?

Silencers are rarely used in crimes, according to a 10-year study published in 2007 by the Western Criminology Review in the United States. Researchers estimated silencers were involved in 30…
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How Loud are Un-moderated Firearms?

Firearms are loud! Un-moderated sound levels from firearms have been proven to be highly damaging to hearing regardless of the amount of traditional hearing protection used. The average full bore…
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