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Canadian Army Reserve holds open house event at the Gallipoli Armoury in Corner Brook

Leah Carberry of Corner Brook, right, got to see what it’s like to hold a C7 rifle during the Canadian Army Reserve’s open house event at the Gallipoli Armoury in Corner Brook Saturday. Showing her the proper way to hold the gun is Cpl. Shellbie Sutton.
Leah Carberry of Corner Brook, right, got to see what it’s like to hold a C7 rifle during the Canadian Army Reserve’s open house event at the Gallipoli Armoury in Corner Brook Saturday. Showing her the proper way to hold the gun is Cpl. Shellbie Sutton.

The Canadian Army Reserve held an open house event at the Gallipoli Armoury in Corner Brook on Saturday.

The event gave people a chance to get an up close look at many of the Reserve's equipment and procedures.

Pte. Matthew Leggo lays down dragon’s teeth, the name put on the sharp spike strip designed to slow a rogue vehicle, as part of a vehicle checkpoint scenario set up during the Canadian Army Reserve’s open house event at the Gallipoli Armoury in Corner Brook Saturday.
Pte. Gregory Abbott poses for a photo near a five-person arctic tent camp set up outside the Gallipoli Armoury as part of the Canadian Army Reserve’s open house event in Corner Brook Saturday.

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