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Old October 23rd, 2013, 00:36   #8
Sherbert85
 
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Originally Posted by ccyg8774 View Post
ASC or any other airsoft related NGOs do not have the legal right of not allowing anyone owing airsoft guns. If you want to convince the federal or provincial government or the RCMP to make a better system to regulate airsoft guns I may be on your side (depends on the possible outcome). But please don't start a organization and call it an airsoft government to do that.
NO. I'm not doing anything. I was really honestly just curious and have neither time or energy to engage something like that.

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Originally Posted by ccyg8774 View Post
Me too, but different organizations have different powers.
"you have to pass an airsoft course or you can't own one" that is what the government can say.
"you have to pass an airsoft course or we won't play with you and you won't be able to buy from us" that is what a group of assembled enthusiast can say.
And I get that too. But most retailers are enthusiasts themselves.

Anyway, hitting eject before this gets messy. I had no idea it was that complex.
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