|July 21st, 2010, 07:50||#1|
Join Date: Feb 2005
Heading down to the States, want to bring some accessories back.
Just a quick question, I understand that its alright to import certain parts of an airsoft gun. I'm heading down to the States via car for a family member's wedding and wanted to take a chace to pick up some parts for my custom build.
List of stuff I'm looking for.
King Arms CASV
M4 9" outer barrel
I know these stuff are ok to import via mail/online order. is it any different if your personally taking the part accross the boarder? I imagin if I declar everything i have truthfully it should be no problem?
|July 21st, 2010, 10:20||#2|
Join Date: Aug 2009
Yes. The good news is that most parts and accessories, including most magazines, can be successfully imported by individuals without requiring a BFL. Examples of things you CANNOT import:
AEG magazines with fake cartridges (i.e. P90, G36, SG 552 mags)
Frames, receivers, and metal bodies
Suppressors and silencers
Prohibited-length outer handgun barrels (i.e. USP Compact, Glock 26)
Hand and 40mm grenades that look real
Examples of things you CAN import:
Magazines for AEGs and GBBs without fake cartridges
Outer barrels for most guns
Inner barrels of any type
Scopes, red dot sights, iron sights, lasers
Rail systems and scope mounts
Springs, bushings, gears, pistons, or other gearbox parts
Batteries, BBs, loading tools
Helmets, goggles, body armor, tactical vests, camouflage
WITH THAT SAID
King Arms CASV = YES
Magpul grips = YES
M4 9" outer barrel = YES
Flashhider = YES
Complete Mechbox. = YES
AKA YES TOO ALL!!!
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|July 21st, 2010, 10:57||#3|
Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: Québec city
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