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Old February 28th, 2008, 23:48   #12
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Location: Northern Alberta
The only business that have a BFL fpr prohibited devices are those who supply theater or motion picture props. That is the offical, proscribed purpose. A BFL for "normal" firearms is a different license entirely, different application process and approval requirements. You can have both, it's technically possible, but there are likely very few if any that do.

Basically, a gun store has as much legal right to import replicas as John Q. Public.

Don't worry if your confused and don't fully understand the law. I don't either. If it was totally 100% black-and-white, there would be no need for threads like this.
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