The CBSA are charged with protecting our borders from items which the Canadian government and CBSA officers themselves, feel are prohibited. The CBSA will do whatever they feel is necessary to ensure "replica firearms" do not enter the country.
Even if you attempt to dispute the velocity.. The item is still seen by most CBSA Officers as a replica firearm and will be reviewed as such.
Until they start viewing Airsoft M4's as not being a replica of an actual M4..
Ask yourself this:
If you were a CBSA Agent, would you let this stuff into Canada?
(I sure as hell wouldn't)
Last edited by c3sk; August 22nd, 2009 at 03:21..