Originally Posted by The Saint
My sincerely advice? Don't.
This is at best a waste of time or money, at worse something that could hurt us. We don't need someone "fighting the good fight" just because. The only fight we need is the neccessary fight and the winnable fight.
Airsoft manufacturers are not a bunch of corporate juggernauts, they're not going to throw their weight into this because: 1. You're absolutely nobody; 2. They've got no such weight to throw.
The way I see if, dealing with CBSA, CITT and RCMP policy on imitation firearm is like fighting the Borg. If you throw something at them in piecemeal skirmishes over time, they just adapt to each occasions separately at the low level. You get no where except being out of ammunition. If you're going to do it at all, you throw everything into one decisive engagement and take it as high as it'll go, because nothing short of the Federal court system is going to dent their defences of ignorance, extra-legal tactics and unaccountability.
I'm ready to put my money ware my mouth is...are you?
Are any of you...or are you all so alienated that your gona curl up into a little ball (rhetorical question).
Anyhow, this is my last post on this subject till i get some results from my end. In the mean time, if anyone is interested in getting involved and stepping up to the plate instead of playing armchair lawyer and actually doing some legwork along with me, please feel free to PM me.