Originally Posted by Brian McIlmoyle
However this does not mean that your buddy who also purchased an airsoft gun from the same retailer is in possession of a replica because his gun has not been proven to be a replica. His gun remains a legally aquired and possessed airsof gun.
Wouldn't the worst case scenario be the courts realizing that "airsoft" is a viable subcategory to add to replica firearms? I've got a hard time seeing them going on a model-per-model basis with this.