Originally Posted by MultipleParadox
Criminal code don't make discrimination between replica, airsoft gun or firemarm. If you get stupid with it, you eat the full bag of sh*t just like the guy that used a real gun to do the same crime
Some sections (e.g. 91 & 92) do distinguish between firearms and replica firearms, but yes, you can get yourself into the same trouble with a replica as with an actual firearm.
From what I gleaned from the relevant sections of the CC, you have to do something dumb
with the replica to get into trouble. I didn't see anything in the CC that would enable law enforcment to lay a charge on someone who basically keeps his guns out of public view and transports them safely to play the sport.