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Old July 21st, 2009, 01:48   #16
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I don't think you quite understand the situation I am in. I live in a place that cops drive through every 10 minutes, and suspect anyone who is consistantly placing any form of bag/case/carry-thing into and vehicle, or even transporting it, they even like to do random pull-overs of consistant traffic.
That's fine, they're not illegal. They can't take them away from you if you're not fucking around in public with them.
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Old July 21st, 2009, 02:29   #17
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To an extent, they're right and you're wrong.

The issue is that airsoft guns are currently by-and-large regarded as replica firearms. Replica firearms are prohibited devices. The law says one is not suppose to acquire prohibited devices without a proper licence (none which exists for individuals) or transfer prohibited devices to anyone other than a lawfully licenced business (thus excluding individual-to-individual sales).

Yes, there are no possession or use (in a responsible recreational manner) offences for prohibited devices. No, that does not mean other offences cannot exist.
I kinda agree with Kalnaren on this due to all the noobs being confused with all the "not for sale to civilians" BS, but you are right about the replica firearm law being the way it is, but they obviously aren't enforcing it or else the whole community would be incarcerated
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Old July 21st, 2009, 02:42   #18
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It's probably better for all concerned to consistently phrase our query/response as "Will one get into trouble?"/"Hasn't happened to anyone who is responsible yet."
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Old July 21st, 2009, 08:50   #19
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Ok, to redirect this back where I wanted, lets foget the whole clear reciever thing for now, I will be looking into the possibility of full metal in the fututre.
The ICS isn't 100% TM compatable, so perhaps the g&g m4 would be better? I am looking into slowly upgrading whichever I buy so I'm just making sure it will be fairly easy.

And yes, getting the eff outta here is high upon my list, but finding a 4 bedroom house for a decent deal isn't easy some days.
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Old July 21st, 2009, 10:19   #20
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Ok, to redirect this back where I wanted, lets foget the whole clear reciever thing for now, I will be looking into the possibility of full metal in the fututre.
The ICS isn't 100% TM compatable, so perhaps the g&g m4 would be better? I am looking into slowly upgrading whichever I buy so I'm just making sure it will be fairly easy.

And yes, getting the eff outta here is high upon my list, but finding a 4 bedroom house for a decent deal isn't easy some days.
G&G would never better than ICS except the halfbreed version which they have the version with upper metal body.

Talking about fairly easy upgrade, I would say ICS due to their split mechbox.
You don't need to take your gun apart to upgrade the piston, piston head, spring, cylinder, Tappet plate, nozzle because all those easy broken part are on the upper mechbox, just one pin out and split your gun in half then you can access those parts quite easily.

For the regular V2 mecbox, In addition to upgrade those. You will need to unscrew the piston the grip, take out at least 6 screw then need to take out a central pin, turn your gun to semi then take your mechbox out. After that need to take at least 6 screws, be careful to take them apart, not to let the gears fly away, etc...

You don't need to do those thing on ICS, just one pin out and 6 screws then you're done.

Now it's all up to you to decide. Hope you won't regret it later. I broke 3 kind of mechbox from V2, V3, V6, and ICS L85A2 V2 custom but not the ICS M4 V2 mechbox yet because due to their mechbox.
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Old July 21st, 2009, 11:43   #21
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Get th ICS dude really, the spAre upper is like $100 extra and that way u can have an indoor and an outdoor gun in one! And the quality onthe ICS is better than the gg as well
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It's probably better for all concerned to consistently phrase our query/response as "Will one get into trouble?"/"Hasn't happened to anyone who is responsible yet."
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