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Old March 31st, 2014, 12:29   #8
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If it exactly resembles, or with near precision looks like a real firearm, but is incapable of discharging a projectile, itís a replica and a prohibited device under Canadian law.

If it exactly resembles, or with near precision looks like a real firearm, and discharges a plastic or wax projectile at less than 111.6 m/s (366 fps), itís a replica and prohibited device under Canadian law.

If it is similar to a real firearm and discharges a plastic or wax projectile at less than 111.6 m/s (366 fps), but is made from translucent or bright coloured plastic, it is considered an imitation firearm and permitted under Canadian law.

If it exactly resembles, or with near precision looks like a real firearm, and discharges a plastic or wax projectile at more than 111.6 m/s (366 fps), it is a firearm, either uncontrolled or controlled, under Canadian law.
Source: http://www.air-guns-canada.com/airgu...n-law-replica/
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