I've seen paintballers hauling their gearbags (likely with markers in their bag) and wearing their pants and jerseys on public transit in Vancouver maybe once or twice before (not sitting down of course, that's nasty). I'm thinking it's because airsofters look like terrorist militia baby killing scary boogeymen that the driver questioned you guys. The letter of the law does prohibit these things but I'm pretty sure the spirit of the law isn't really targeting airsofters/paintballers in general (I'm thinking they're trying to target punk kids shooting their PB markers in public and not people who are going back and forth to/from the field).
ಠ_ಠLess QQ more Pew Pew
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