Thread: Demon Airsoft
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Old March 5th, 2006, 13:56   #14
Join Date: Feb 2005
Location: Moose Jaw, SK
Originally Posted by Seaforth72nd
Well, the first thing that struck me about BCAS is they only list crap UTG guns on their site. The site itself looks to have been cobbled together by a 5 year old. I will stick with established dealers here in BC before I even bother to email BCAS.

AIM is not, strictly speaking, an airsoft retailer. AIM stands for Alberta Industrial Models. I have pm'd the owner before, and he is an airsoft enthusiast who also does some film supply. He does not actively engage in retailing, but will order on behalf of someone, as he has the necessary import permits.

Never dealt with Canadaian Airsoft, but it seems they are out of stock on most things. Like others said before me, use the retailer links abovbe.
Sam is actually a really good guy, at BCAS, if you're looking for UTG, send him a pm.
But he is also working real hard to get the FMC in, he'll be the Canadian distributer and something of sort. Search FMC if you didn't see the thread.
Definately a great guy. PM Sam!

Canadian Airsoft usally has a very big stock list, primarily ICS and gives great prices on them. Their website is a bit cheesy as well, but they are a great retailer. :mrgreen: (in Grand Praire, Alberta)

As for AIM, they do group orders once every couple months and generally have quite good prices, especially if you spend over $800, etc.

Just look at some of the retailers on the list now, four of them, off the top of my head, excluding AirsoftInnovations, don't have any guns whatso ever on their website.

Three of them just sell gear, which has it's own menu, and one sells batteries and BBs.

Give THAT a thought.
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