Originally Posted by DarkAngel
OMG A LOOPHOLE!!!! I THINK I FOUND A LOOPHOLE!!!
Under Deactivated Firearms it states
6) A Properly deactivated firearm is not considered a firearm because it cannot fire a projectile and, therefore, does not meet the definition of a firearm in section 2 of the Criminial Code.
Does that mean, if you remove the piston in AEGs, can you still import it? ;p
lol, *crossing fingers*
God, please calm down. Your going to give yourself an ulcer. First of all, let me break it down... (all according to how the Customs sees it)
Under 407 fps = not firearm period, therefore replica, therefore NO. Generally any stock airsoft gun.
Over 407 fps but under 500 fps = firearm but does not have to be registered. Airsoft may qualify.
Over 500 fps = firearm and must be registered.
As for deactivated firearms. You would have to prove that it was indeed a firearm. Good luck if you're just importing.