Originally Posted by mcguyver
Actually, the CBSA has very strict guidelines for determining what a replica is and what is not. They are very precise guidelines, and not open to alot of interpretation wiggle room.
Barrel length means nothing.
Mag capacity means nothing.
Select fire means nothing.
Check it out for yourself, it's posted on the CBSA website. Uncontrolled firearms are not to be subdivided into traditional controlled firearms classes of non-restricted, restricted or prohibited classifications. Velocity and energy are the only determining factors seperating controlled from uncontrolled firearms and replicas.
Brian is bang on.
Oh, don't get me wrong, I'm not disagreeing.
I'm simply saying from first hand experience with this approach...
They do not give a s***, heh.