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Old July 3rd, 2013, 16:45   #9
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Originally Posted by redzaku View Post
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?
http://www.airsoftcanada.com/showthread.php?t=40318
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?

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Originally Posted by pusangani View Post
lol nub wants ASC's help but doesn't want to play by ASC's rules, this won't end well
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