Originally Posted by Fuzzy
Is your statement based on actual laws?
The pulse rifle is not a replica firearm since the definition of replica firearms requires that it be a replica of an actual firearm. Therefore the magic +430 fps doesn't apply.
Since the airsoft pulse rifle shoots below 500 fps it is not a firearm.
An I missing something which would prohibit the pulse rifle from being imported other than customs seizing because it feels like it.
because it is still an m4 under all that plastic (for the thundermaul) and a M1A1 under that kit (pulse rifle). if i wrap an AK47 in a blanket, its still an AK47.
And there is one thing people need to start remembering. CBSA agents will confiscate anything they feel like, then its on you to prove that you deserve it back, which can take over a year. there are policies in place but not actual law for you to fall back on. if CBSA feels like it, they can change the importation rules.*
*i dont want to get into the details or start an argument about that fact, but what im saying is, there is no charter of rights protecting your right to import whatever the hell you feel like.