I was there for the filming and Brian asked everyone there if they had a problem with the filming they were free to stand aside. The filming wasn't that long either, most of the time was spent on the interviews.
I don't have a deep understanding of airsoft politics or law, but personally I enjoyed the piece.
My only problem with the piece was I wish they had made it more clear that they are not real guns, but overall I felt it was a positive new report.
Originally Posted by frankiet
A general question. Would Global need permission (written) from everybody there (or at least on the video) to air this? Did they have it? Did anybody object?
Also, when did the taping of this happen? I guess anybody who was there would be able to answer these questions.