"used or intended to use as a weapon or firearm". It's pretty clear. In the case of threatening, concealment, etc, not for ownership, transportation, etc. No the other laws do not apply to airsoft guns in general. A court ruling on a specific crime is just that. Interpreting the law is not a coherent way to do things, as they are intended for a purpose and not to serve personal need. Airsoft guns have been admitted and legalized period. An airsoft M16 is not classified as a AR M16 Abd therefore is not limited to say, semi-auto and a five round magazine.
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