Most places across Canada will not allow that high of an FPS limit, even on a sniper platform; and especially not in the hands of a new/newer player. There are places that recognize the sniper qualifications, but very few, as most places have a sniper hard cap of about 450 - 480 FPS. To be sniper certified you must look up who teaches a recognized course, which may not even be in your province; then if course you have to pay for the course, and pass. I'd suggest finding out what your locally accepted general rules are, and downgrade your gun to be copacetic.
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