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Old February 28th, 2007, 12:31   #31
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The more expensive models, used mainly for the airsoft sport, resemble real guns and their purchase is regulated by airsoft associations, said Ed Matheson, president of the Manitoba Airsoft Association.

Matheson said incidents like this don't give his sport, which has 300 to 400 players in Manitoba, a bad name.

"That's not a real airsoft gun. They're not associated with us at all. It's just a kid bringing a toy gun to school," he said.

"That's exactly why the distributors regulate their sale. We don't want any idiot going out and doing what this kid did."
Alway encouraging to see news reporters put some light into our sport.
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