Originally Posted by Styrak
They say "A Firearm means any barrelled weapon from which any shot, bullet or other missile can be discharged and that is capable of causing bodily injury or death to the person".
Airsoft is definitely capable of causing bodily injury.
Fair enough, I guess it's "capable" of causing some degree bodily injury if it hits an eye or something or if you tossed in an M130 or higher in it. So yeah I guess it could be a firearm depending on the city's interpretation of "capable" (which likely won't be in the offenders favour since city councils are usually strapped for cash; a $50 parking ticket here and a $100 by-law offence there adds up to help keep their operating budget in the black).
So, OP.... I retract my previous statements and say it's probably not a good idea to fire airsoft or pellet guns within the city limits (except for at ranges and stuff).... But even then like I said, just because you can doesn't mean you should.