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Old February 2nd, 2008, 14:58   #60
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It would still be a replica. Get this, you could have a replica of a pellet gun, a pellet gun like what's used for airgun competition shooting that shoots over 500 fps (ie. it is considered a firearm and needs to be registered) and 5.7J. That replica is a prohibited device, even though it replicates a pellet gun.

The law does not differentiate whether the replica replicates a non-restricted, restricted or prohibited firearm. If the gun is not considered a firearm, it's replica is not prohibited.
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