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Old May 5th, 2008, 14:41   #47
Capt. T/O
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Actually, there is a law... the Criminal Code of Canada, as you all know well, classifies a firearm as something that shoots a projectile at greater than 500 fps (equivalent of) OR has more than 5.7 J of energy. The Firearms Act requires both 500 fps and 5.7 J.

So by shooting an AEG with a muzzle velocity greater than 500 fps, you are technically discharging a firearm. That is a whole new can of worms that you don't want to open.
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