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Old June 29th, 2016, 01:02   #1564
Ricochet
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Join Date: Feb 2008
Location: North Delta, BC (Greater Vancouver)
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Originally Posted by mikebarkski View Post
People who think they have the best pistol mods they've put on when really all they've done is spent hundreds of dollars to maintain a 300 dollar gun...techs overcharge parts are expensive to ship....just buy a new one that doesnt cost $500 cause that GBB will break just as quick as the $300 one...a pistol with hi-availability of parts isnt as good as a pistol that wont require you to buy replacement parts for it in the first place
I would never buy from a retailer again if they didnt communicate or provide tracking
and that cop who take my gun when it was simply sitting in its original box in the back seat of my car while going through a routine checkpoint because there "was no orange tip"....lesson learned: keep your toy guns in unmarked bags or boxes and in the trunk
Companies put out products and other companies come up with ways to push platforms that like further, like car mods and airsoft is just as common.

You talk a lot about airsoft, but I feel like you know next to nothing about it. There's so much info on here, especially if you get AV'd, you'll get access to years upon years of extremely experienced wisdom. Read that, get some hardcore experience, then talk. What is your interest in airsoft? Collecting, competitive play, etc?

I'm assuming your gun was seized within the US? Canada does not have an orange tip/rule law. It is your responsibility to know the local laws/regulations when traveling through an area or crossing a border. It is possible that police are not 100% well versed in local laws, which unfortunately does happen, but you can appeal a decision if they are in the wrong.

As per many of your prior posts I'm getting the feeling you do not like police, or you're not fond of them? Not to mention you are extremely opinionated, which isn't always a bad thing, but as a newer member you are stepping into an arena with an old community and it's getting stronger by the day. We haven't always had it easy with government and law enforcement, but in a democratic society setups ally give them their power, and if it wasn't for government/authority, airsoft would've remained dead in Canada (opinions vary).
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