Greyhound also works well enough- next bus out service and often $5 cheaper than CanPost.
There is no law about shipping airsoft, just about shipping replicas... so there is that grey area again. In theory if an airsoft gun is a replica you have to ship it in certain ways (CanPost as I recall) but since you cant legally own a replica that was purchased after 1998 and since (most of us feel that) airsoft is NOT a true replica by definition technically there is no law about shipping it... but as with all things airsoft you run your own risks.
Best bet is to do as Amos said and CanPost- the number of CanPost airsoft guns shipped has a telling success rate (though I know of lots of Greyhound shipped ones too).
Last edited by MillerBRo; February 6th, 2009 at 14:44..