Originally Posted by redzaku
ok, buddy, importing airsoft is very hard, some people have successfully imported some but it was a fluke moment, that 366fps, i can assume that it was set for the retailers, who knows? if you bring back an airsoft equipment from the States, the CBSA have an x-ray machine and will scan as you pass by any booth
and label you as a weapon smuggler, that is the worst case scenario. unless you can prove it shoots 366 fps, you will get charged for bringing a prohibited weapon
did you even read this?
No they don't.
While your reasoning is a little crazy, you are right, getting caught smuggling ANYTHING through CBSA is a bad fucking idea.
Buying something in the states and not declaring it when crossing the border may sound like a small slap on the wrist, but getting caught smuggling firearms/replicas (which an airsoft gun is when it doesn't meet importation limits) is a good way to get fined out the ass and see potential jail time. It happens more often than you think.
I've seen more than a few people with "great prices, buy now" airsoft stores that go to shit overnight due to police raids. Why did the raids happen? Failure to declare goods. Whack, right?
Originally Posted by pusangani
lol nub wants ASC's help but doesn't want to play by ASC's rules, this won't end well
You're alive? D:
Ár skal rísa, sá er annars vill
fé eða fjör hafa. Sjaldan liggjandi úlfur
lær um getur né sofandi maður sigur.