I had a gun on order from DEA and it made it as far as customs. They were only waiting for it to clear. A week later, no more special orders, my gun never made it through and all the AAC members shut down, seemingly at their prime. Randy never told me specifically, but from what I gather from e-mails, they lost their license. So did Canadian Airsoft.
These license revocations must have been initiated by the CBSA as the CFO has never been back to check on Canadian Airsoft after their license was pulled. The CBSA claimed that guns were being sold to the public, they had zero proof and would seize all shipments, even though a valid license was in place.
This was at the North Portal ground division of Customs, but who knows what they're doing at Vancouver.
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