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Old January 19th, 2007, 16:24   #46
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It would mean some big changes, but i think if we were to set out in writing what we (as a commnuity) and the admin/mods of this board propose to do then it would set us a step in the right direction.
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Old January 19th, 2007, 16:25   #47
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ASC = MReOC or MROC!!! (Military Re-enactors Of Canada)

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Old January 19th, 2007, 16:28   #48
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The Manitoba Airsoft Association is already ahead of you guys. We're now a federally registered non-profit sporting organization and have been DOING these exact things.
This is good... but we need to get the "airsoft" out... it is too much of a lighting rod.

can you send me a copy of your charter?
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Old January 19th, 2007, 16:39   #49
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Would like a copy too! PM me to discuss as their are folks looking to do the same and if we all coordinate and tell the authorities the same story across the board it is all good when the guy or gal from the Office of Sport Abolishment say I heard that line from Atlantic Canada to Vancouver Island.

Consistant application of rules and regulations right across the board, a minimum set of guidelines that must be met. Doesn't meana local club or province cannot go above and beyong but it must adhere to a federally and nationally approved program.
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Old January 19th, 2007, 16:48   #50
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The Manitoba Airsoft Association is already ahead of you guys. We're now a federally registered non-profit sporting organization and have been DOING these exact things.
So now may be a very good time to share what you did with everyone, in a separate thread, in detail.
It worked for you, it can work again.
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Old January 19th, 2007, 16:51   #51
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Exactly why I suggest keeping our scary faces pointing guns at the camera, off the boards. Its smart to play politically correct, because its the politically correct that are on this issue, and not just the police.

And I agree with where you guys are going on this. A little out of the box but you have a point.
Being politically correct and a reenactor has allowed me to wind up in extremely interesting places. Even right in front of the Prime Minister, with a fully operational rifle....

Consider it a game guys, a very difficult game, but a game anyway.
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Old January 19th, 2007, 16:53   #52
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How about Military Simulations Association of Canada or Milsim Canada? Re-enacting they may have us dressing up in old uniform right down to period specific unit flashes and badges...just a though to achieve the same but remain distinct from that group of folks.
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Old January 19th, 2007, 17:05   #53
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re-enactors is a lot better than over-reactors!
LOL TRUTH!

Anyway, take the focus away from the tools used to play and focus on the gameplay and historical significance by hosting factual reenactments, or a close as we can get to them.

...lol.
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Old January 19th, 2007, 17:09   #54
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Through our bitter arguements we managed to pull it together.

I may not be as valuable from a legal stand, but Im just askin for a chance. I may not have said the smartest things, but Im just lookin for some acceptance.

My posts from now on will be relevant and something not so high over my head.

I understand you guys dont want me in the sport cause of my age (15), but Im sure if given a chance, I can show how cooperative and mature I am.
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Old January 19th, 2007, 17:15   #55
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I wanna be a Times Colonist to... or maybe i'll start my own colony hmmm....
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Old January 19th, 2007, 20:10   #56
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If you were mature, you'd shut up, save up, and come back when you turn 16, dont forget to bring your parent though.
This is not an elitist boys club rules. It is a liability issue. Right now you are a liability.

At this age your money is better spend getting into panties, you're young, go experiment, lol.
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Old January 19th, 2007, 20:51   #57
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How about Military Simulations Association of Canada or Milsim Canada? Re-enacting they may have us dressing up in old uniform right down to period specific unit flashes and badges...just a though to achieve the same but remain distinct from that group of folks.
I would think that we would want to keep the Re-Enacting part. Just because everybody thinks of the civil war re-enactment, doesn't mean that modern re-enactment doesn't apply. I don't care if people think we're re-enacting with muskets. People would find that less threatening anyway. We should just leave it as vague as possible.
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Old January 19th, 2007, 21:18   #58
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Hi guys, I'll see what I can do about sharing our accomplishments and such, just need to gather together specifics and whatnot. We've always been something of a closed up community here but we've finally gone ahead and taken steps to legitimize ourselves as an actual sport. One of our council members' father is an attorney who assisted us in the federal registration (apparently a complicated and expensive process). In fact I believe morsredigo is on ASC here, I should direct him to this thread.
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Old January 19th, 2007, 22:15   #59
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Hi guys, I'll see what I can do about sharing our accomplishments and such, just need to gather together specifics and whatnot. We've always been something of a closed up community here but we've finally gone ahead and taken steps to legitimize ourselves as an actual sport. One of our council members' father is an attorney who assisted us in the federal registration (apparently a complicated and expensive process). In fact I believe morsredigo is on ASC here, I should direct him to this thread.
With your federal incorporation ... your organization could be leveraged into a national association.

Much of the work has already been done.
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Old January 19th, 2007, 22:43   #60
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If aas had the money i would like to look into this myself also. really interested int he details gryphon
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