Originally Posted by mcguyver
Now, all the CBSA has to do is put a strangehold on parts. No law says parts are legal, but if an AR AEG, even 1, is proscribed as a prohibited replica, all parts for it are prohibited, even the ammunition. Sure, it's a stretch in interpretation by alot, but if seizure is enforced on Joe Blow university student for a mechbox, is he going to spend 2 years fighting the seizure, or just give up?
First of all, there is no prohibited replica, so I'm guessing you just meant replica. Secondly, the prohibition on replica firearms doesn't stretch to function, only appearance, so it's not hard to fight should someone capable choose do it.