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Old November 10th, 2005, 02:00   #46
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if i read this article correctly it was paintballers shooting at a car with paintballs that got the softair pulled. if i did read that right, why hasnt the paintball gear been pulled. if i misread it, feel free to correct me.

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Old November 10th, 2005, 03:09   #47
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you dont understand goldman. i am ASkign what they do in Europe.You dont hear reports from Europe of people running around with softair guns shooting up eachother doing drive buys and what not. How do they control it. is it a having to be of age either softair or airsoft or what.
They control it by actually having punishment for for people who break laws...
Unlike Canada where we have that retarded young offenders act and judges (both here and the States) that don't enforce mandatory minimum sentences and Lawyers that plea bargain everything... If someone commits a crime there should be just consquences ... and right now that isn't the case in north america.
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Old November 18th, 2005, 20:41   #48
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"God loves stupid people. It's true! Otherwise, why would he have put so many on the planet? Had you ever tought about it that way?"

Now, on with the more serious par of this thread...

Yes, it would be a good thing for us if they declared AEG's as replicas and issued papers to legally own them... or created a separate category in the law specifically for airsoft and created a permit to own them... but that's about as far as that would go (giving permits to own them), as registering the guns themselves would never work. No matter how you plan to do it, and it does not even have to do with the "but the evil minds of this world will never register their guns" thing we always come back to... Let me explain this new problem that would make the registry even more expensive than the actual gun registry... even if the market's so low compared to real steel...

How on earth do you plan to register 500 KJW M9 pistols that ALL have the SAME serial number? Or the TM 750 M4's out there that all have the same serials? Or the hundreds of M11's, or the... do I have to continue or have I made my point clear anough yet?

It's all fun is theory, but try to bring it to the world of gov. paperwork, and it all goes straight to the can... Nothing to do with the Gov. itself, more as they have strict procedures to keep track of EVERYTHING, and a serial number's one of the things they would request... and they're all the same for the same model of the same brand.

Next problem is the definition of a replica... shooting non-harmful projectiles... now, I don't know about you, but I'm darn sure that a BB shot point blank from even a TM sprigner (say 150 FPS with .20g's to give the worst TM out there, I'll forget about EBB's, those would never manage to harm a fly even if it crept inside the barrel before the shot went off.) would poke someone's eye out... Again, this would be solved if they created a different category in the law for airsoft all together and just made papers to own them...

Making you take a 2-week class about safe handling, maintenance, proper use, and point out that from now, if you're dumb anough to bring it out to a public place and point it at a cop when they show up (and they WILL show up), they no longer have to try and see if it's a real one or not, they will just fill you with lead from head to toe with no remorse... protecting the public's the #1 concern, working against natural selection shouldn't be.

Again, I have to appologize for the long post, I always put more rant than I should, but considering I have not posted in months, might as well make the first post a complete one and go thru all that could come up, no?

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Old November 18th, 2005, 21:53   #49
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The guy said they have some in black, i havent seen any in black, hes a liar
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Old November 18th, 2005, 22:05   #50
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The guy said they have some in black, i havent seen any in black, hes a liar
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Old March 15th, 2007, 01:42   #51
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the reason you dont hear about this stuff from germany is because full-auto aeg's are illegal there
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The other reason is that you don't necro bump just to say that. LOCK PLZ

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