Originally Posted by Goin_Ribbs
It is a letter detailing the contents, i assume specifying that it is simply a toy and so on.
Yeah, detailing the content as airsoft guns, which means customs will definitly pop the box and take a look inside. Then they'll realize just what sort of "toy" it is, and bad stuff happens.
Problem with importing airsoft into Canada is not that customs doesn't realize that airsoft guns are "toys". Problem is that you're not allowed to import things that resemble real guns to the point of fulfilling the replica firearms definition, which the vast majority of non-clear airsoft do.