Originally Posted by The Saint
That's pretty much how the law already is, without requiring any sort of PAL. PAL has nothing to do with the potential criminal charges.
Marketplace was making a straw man argument when it claimed that Canadian law doesn't seriously prosecute the misuse of all guns. If someone using a pellet (or airsoft) gun to rob a store doesn't get charged with the full potential weight of the law, that's the fault of the crown prosecutor, not the law.
I though that Law said that Airsoft or BB gun will treat as real gun if use in crime? if law exist, then Prosecutor is one who is fault in this mess.