Originally Posted by mcguyver
In theory only, the practice as you are aware is quite different. The old "bodily injury" idea is the only reason that Crosman can legally sell their products in Canada without having those pesky registrations for a firearm to worry about. That's the division between an airsoft replica and a BB/pellet gun non-replica, even though they have a Beretta or Colt gun that would easily meet the definition of a replica.
Do you know that for a fact? It'd be really interesting if it were true, definitely affects any legal challenge we'd make. 407fps thing aside, is the permissibility of replica firearm that are also pellet guns AND capable of inflicting bodily harm a RCMP position?