Originally Posted by Greylocks
The laws about Replicas are very clear; 18+.
I've not known or seen any LE use the replica laws against airsoft guns. They don't meet the replica laws because of the non-firing loophole. A replica by legal definition does not fire a projectile. This is why they can't come at you with the replica law no matter what the age.
As I said, they can seize the gun and test it to establish what projectile it shoots and at what velocity and hold it almost indefinitely at the firearms center in Ottawa on that basis...
Bottom line is it only becomes a problem if you do something to make it a problem. If you're younger your age will cause you a problem with a police officer for all the obvious reasons I shouldn't really have to go into.