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Old January 31st, 2007, 21:56   #73
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Originally Posted by Greylocks View Post
Read carefully one last time; the only laws they can currently apply are laws about Replicas.
I've never actually heard of someone being confronted by police and challenged under the premise of "possession of a prohibited device", specific to legitimate use of airsoft or otherwise, although everyone likes to worry about it. When someone does something stupid and the police get involved, IF they're charged at all it's usually in relation to firearms offences, not possession of a replica handgun.

That being said, they can charge you with all kinds of things, notwithstanding their decision to use laws on prohibition against replicas. So no, Replicas are not the only laws "they" can apply.

Originally Posted by Greylocks View Post
PS, I am a curious bastard so I thought I'd remind Debbie of something she posted, direct quote too.Maybe her own advice has changed?
What's wrong with that statement? A replica used during the commission of an offence is deemed a firearm for the purposes of enforcement. That's not the same thing as stating it's illegal for someone under 18 to posses an airsoft gun.
Originally Posted by Deaf_shooter View Post
what if it model after his?

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