Originally Posted by Jackals
I have read over pretty much everything the CBSA and CFC have to say about airsoft, I have discussed this on multiple occasions with local CBSA officers and RCMP firearms experts. The law is vague and not specific about airsoft. I believe at one point it says "most" airsoft guns are prohibited.
Which is what I have done with both American and Canadian firearms experts as well. Sometimes you get lucky with a particular border agent, and it's allowed in, other times it isn't. I declared a JG M4 when i came into this country through the Quebec/Vermont border, and I was allowed in with it. When i took an alternate route through the Quebec/New Hampshire border and declared a KWC gas pistol, i wasnt allowed in with it. Bottom line, i was taking a risk and i know that now. Ive learned from my personal experience, so im passing that on. This is an opinion after all
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