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Old September 25th, 2009, 01:53   #34
Join Date: Sep 2009
Location: Vancouver, B.C.
My point is that DLAirgun is a Canadian company that can LEGALLY sell a realistic replica of a Beretta that is potentially lethal and yet they can't sell a safer airsoft version of the gun (metal or plastic) unless it has clear parts on it. The Pyramidair example was just to show contrast that a cheap low powered springer like that couldn't be sold here in all black and yet a fully realistic pellet gun that is good enough for gun training can.

To me it seems like the law saids it is okay to have realistic powerful replicas that can shoot metal BBs or deadlier pointed pellets but the lower powered airsoft guns that shoot plastic BBs can not be replicas and have to have clear parts.

Am I misinterpreting the law here?
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