Originally Posted by Drache
wouldn't be hard for a CBSA agent to put the squeeze on a verifier, trade it for some like not arresting them or some sort of spook tactic.
Like I said earlier, how hard is it to track down that Peter sold a gun to Frank. They go talk to Frank and want to know where the gun is. Frank tells them he sold it on Airsoftcanada.com. They come in here and realize that "illegal replicas" are being sold (not hard look at the classified names lol). So they contact a verifier (there's a list or find somewhere around the age verified thing, they have entire teams of computer geeks to do that sort of shit). Once they get in they start copying names, or HELL start "purchasing" guns to get bank info, emails, names, and addresses (I never put a return address). Or they set up a "sting" and sell guns to get addresses.
Not to sound paranoid or anything, but "THEY" have been here for long. The powers that be know about this place, this sport and the sales, don't kid yourselves the powers that be have been living amongst us for a while.