Originally Posted by Dog Face Killer
Your absolutely correct!
That is not the issue here...the issue is why it was dismissed...reason is that the guns in question met all three criteria to be considered a "replica". If the guns had only met 2 of the three criteria, then the person appealing the CBSA would have won the appeal!
Perhaps, but look at who is on the tribunal. It is more likely that they would have dropped the 407 fps requirement and denied your appeal just the same. The CITT is not a court of law, they don't have to follow the law nor the rules of evidence at all. In fact, nowhere in the law is 407 fps ever mentioned. That should tell you something right there.
When you have unelected civil servants working against you at every turn, you aren't going to use their policies against them. They'll just change them to come out on top.