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Old October 9th, 2007, 22:54   #95
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Originally Posted by mopic View Post
Would covering the trades with a marker be appropriate? then removed with solvent after? Thanks for the info.
I'm not sure I see how you could cover trademarks with a marker. They are molded into the receiver/barrel/body of the gun and are raised or recessed lettering/logos.

Originally Posted by dodger_me View Post
And from my understanding it is illegal to have trades on an airsoft gun in the states
(i know im going to get flamed if this isnt correct)
Some trademarks are illegal in the US and some are fine. Those airsoft manufacturers that license the trademarks (like CA does with Armalite) are legal. Those airsoft makers that do not pay royalties (like TM's with Colt trademarks) are in violation of copyright law and are illegal.

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